Anthropological Linguistics 39:1

Anthropological Linguistics 39:1

Edited by Douglas R. Parks

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CONTENTS

Resurrecting Wampano (Quiripi) from the Dead: Phonological Preliminaries
By Blair A. Rudes

Rafinesque's Linguistic Activity
By Vilen V. Belyi

A Preliminary Analysis of Yukian Root Structure
By William W. Elmendorf

Classificatory Verbs in Cherokee
By Barbara Blankenship

Honorification and Projection on Saint Barthélemy
By Jon F. Pressman

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