Bettles & Evansville: Language Materials

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Audio reel #5, tape #110 Golley, Nadesta (author) Aleut (Unangan);
Place Names: Place Names, Doyon Historic Sites Project Jones, Eliza (author) Moses, Johnson (author) Villa, Theresa (author) Lynch, Alice J. (author) Williams, Henry (author) Williams, Lavine (author) Simon, Lee (author) Arundale, Wendy (author) Adams, Jeffrey (author) George, Kilbourn (author) Roberts, Dave (author) Joseph, Lawrence (author) Alexander, Clarence (author) Henry, Chief (author) Allen, Henry T. (author) Whymper, Frederick (author) John, Leonard (author) Jetté, Jules (author) Andrews, Elizabeth F. (author) Attla, Catherine (author) Attla, Steven (author) Nelson, Edward William (author) Solomon, Madeline (author) Axelrod, Melissa (author) Koyukon;