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LINGUIST List 22.2902

Fri Jul 15 2011

Qs: Samoyedic Language and Culture

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        1.     Carol Tenny , Samoyedic Language and Culture

Message 1: Samoyedic Language and Culture
Date: 13-Jul-2011
From: Carol Tenny <tennylinguist.org>
Subject: Samoyedic Language and Culture
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I have been asked by someone not on Linguist List, if the Samoyedic
language, people and traditional way of life are still extant in Siberia, or
were wiped out by Soviet policies of de-nativization. Can anyone point me
to a source for this information?

Thank you. You can reply to my email: tennylinguist.org

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation


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