Aleut Dictionary: Unangam Tundguaii

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Aleut Dictionary: Unangam Tundguaii

Author: Knut Bergsland

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Book description:
An unabridged lexicon of the Aleutian, Pribilof, and Commander Islands Aleut Language.

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