Shungnak: Language Materials

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Titlesort descending Contributors Language
Agliqiuraat. Douglas, Florence (author) Inupiaq;
Aŋuniałiq. Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Aŋutiġruaq. Sheldon, Bertha (author) Inupiaq;
Kammiłiuq. Douglas, Florence (author) Inupiaq;
Qisiḷiłiq Tuttum Amianik Douglas, Florence (author) Gray, Minnie Aliitchak (author) Inupiaq;
Sumik Naivik? Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Sumik Naivik? Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Sumik Niġisuuvich? Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Sumik Taututlavich? Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Sumik Tusraavich? Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;
Tiŋmiirat, Qaluich, Aŋŋutillu. Loon, Hannah (author) Inupiaq;
Tuttum Amia Nuluuraqtuq. Douglas, Florence (author) Inupiaq;
Tuttum Amianik Qitummaksiłiq. Douglas, Florence (author) Inupiaq;
Collis -- Shungnak postbase list Inupiaq;
Don Foote -- notes Inupiaq;
Shungnak School News. Shungnak Students (author) Inupiaq;
Kayuqtullu, Tulukkallu, Suli Atlat Aŋŋugaurut. (The Little Mouse; The Loon and the Muskrat; Daisy and Tulugaq; The Fox and the Raven.) Boffa, J. Leslie (author) Douglas, Arthur Sr. (author) Pope, Mary L. (author) Pulu, Tupou L. (author) Ramoth Sampson, Ruth (author) The people of Ambler and Shungnak, Alaska (author) Inupiaq;
Kaŋiqsisautit Uqayusraġnikun. (Kobuk Inupiat Junior Dictionary.) Sun, Susie A. (author) Inupiaq;
Qanuq Aqaluŋniatiq Nautaami. ([Fishing].) Douglas, Florence (transcriber) Gray, Amelia (transcriber) Inupiaq;
Unipchaaŋich Imaġluktuġmiut. (Stories of the Black River People.) Gray, Minnie Aliitchak (author) Newlin, Angeline (author) Ramoth Sampson, Ruth (author) Inupiaq;
Uvaŋa Iḷatka. (My Family.) Cleveland, Truman. (author) Inupiaq;