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Athabascan in a sentence

1. most other Athabascan languages are spoken in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.

2. Nondalton is an Athabascan Indian (Tanaina and Iliamna) village.

3. The Dena'ina Athabascan people occupied the area around Pedro Bay historically.

4. Nelchina is an Athabascan Indian name.

5. Allakaket is mainly an Athabascan community;

6. Most of the residents of Circle today are Athabascan.

7. Galena was established in 1918 near an Athabascan fish camp called Henry's Point.

8. Kaltag was a Koyokon Athabascan area used as a cemetery for surrounding villages.

9. Koyukon Athabascan author Poldine Carlo was born in Nulato.

10. Iditarod comes from the Athabascan word Haidilatna.

11. The following table lists the Alaskan Athabascan names for Denali.

12. it was classified as part of the Oregon Athabascan subgroup.

13. Eyak is not tonal, unlike many of the Athabascan languages to which it is related;

14. Tagish means fish trap in the old Tagish language, an Athabascan language.

15. Each Tlingit chief had an exclusive Athabascan trading partner.

16. Dena'ina Athabascan: Nila Vena;

17. a Southern Tutchone Athabascan), from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.

18. Denaʼina is one of eleven Alaska Athabascan languages.

19. Refer to Southern Athabascan languages for the main article.

20. For a comparison with nouns in a Northern Athabascan language, see Carrier: Nouns.

21. The majority of Doyon shareholders are of Athabascan descent.

22. It is a reflex of Proto-Athabascan *y (as symbolized in Americanist notation).

23. Later, Athabascan speaking people migrated into the area.

24. 50% of the inhabitants were fluent in the Athabascan (Beaver) language;

25. Rita Blumenstein, an Unangax/Athabascan/Yup'ik from Palmer, Alaska;

26. Athabascan women regularly carry their children with the help of a baby belt.

27. In the Upper Kuskokwim Athabascan language, August is nosdlagheno'o (lit.

28. KRFF is owned by Athabascan Fiddlers Association, Inc.

29. September 4, 1933 — April 10, 2020) was a Koyukon Athabascan activist.

30. She is married to Daniel Woods, an Athabascan from Rampart, Alaska.