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Contributions to Canadian linguistics

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Eric P. Hamp reconsiders the phonological features of the Proto-Algonquian terms for “sun” and “day” and offers a new reconstruction. Robert Howren provides a classic phonemic description of Dogrib phonology, examining selected phonological features from the perspective of generative phonological theory. Brenda M. Lowery discusses Blackfoot phonology. Richard Walker continues the work of Father A. G. Morice in his study Central Carrier phonemics. Quindel King contributes a paper on the Chilcotin language.

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