Bahasa-bahasa Athabaska

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Rencana ini ialah mengenai the indigenous North American language family. Untuk any of the ships called "HMCS Athabaskan", sila lihat HMCS Athabaskan.
Athabaska
Dene
Taburan
geografi:
Amerika Utara Barat
Klasifikasi bahasa: Bahasa Dené–Yenisei
Pembahagian:
ISO 639-2 / 5: ath
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Taburan bahasa-bahasa Na-Dené sebelum perhubungan (Athabaska + Eyak + Tlingit)

Athabaska (juga Dene) ialah sekumpulan besar orang asli Amerika Utara, terletak dalam kedua-dua kumpulan Selatan dan Utara di Amerika Utara barat, dan keluarga bahasa mereka.

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Wikisource mempunyai sumber asli 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica teks berkaitan kepada: Athapascan.

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  • Krauss, Michael E. 1986. Edward Sapir and Athabaskan linguistics. In W. Cowan, M. Foster, & K. Koerner (eds.), New perspectives in language, culture, and personality, 147–190. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
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