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LINGUIST List 19.764

Fri Mar 07 2008

FYI: Siberian-North American Link Link [sic]

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        1.    Mark Mandel, Siberian-North American Link Link [sic]

Message 1: Siberian-North American Link Link [sic]
Date: 06-Mar-2008
From: Mark Mandel <mamandelldc.upenn.edu>
Subject: Siberian-North American Link Link [sic]
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According to LINGUIST List http://linguistlist.org/issues/19/19-717.html ,
''A feature article will appear in the Anchorage Daily News on Tuesday,
March 4, 2008. http://www.adn.com/''

Searching that website for ''Vajda'' produces two links, the second of
which is a correction* to the main article. But the link to the article
itself goes to a contentless page. The correct link (found by searching in
Google for Ket Vajda Yenisei) is

*The correction, at http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/story/336393.html , says:

:A story on Native languages on Page A-1 Tuesday incorrectly reported that
Western Washington University linguist Edward Vajda traveled to the Yenisei
River in western Siberia to interview people who speak Ket. Vajda
interviewed Ket speakers in the southwestern Siberia city of Tomsk, Russia,
as well as in Germany.''

-- Mark A. Mandel
Linguistic Data Consortium, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Genetic Classification; Historical Linguistics

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