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Amerika Utara Barat
Klasifikasi bahasa:Dené-Yeniseian
ISO 639-2 / 5:ath
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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  • Athapascan Bibliography
  • Athabaskan Satellites & ASL Ion-Morphs Diarkibkan 2011-08-27 di Wayback Machine
  • Alaska Native Language Center
  • Yukon Native Language Center Diarkibkan 2005-06-02 di Wayback Machine
  • California Athapascan
  • Don Macnaughtan. "Bibliography and Discography on the Chetco, Tututni and other Athapaskans of Southwest Oregon" (Lane Community College Library). Dicapai pada 4 September 2012.
  • ATHAPBASCKAN-L mailing list for Athabaskan linguistics Diarkibkan 2010-06-01 di Wayback Machine

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  • California Indian Library Collections Project. California Athapaskan Bibliography
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