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  • Contributor is exactly "Committee for Original Peoples Entitlement (COPE)"

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Basic theory and grammatical structure of the Kangiryuarmiutun dialect. The book has been separated into four parts; this is part 1 of 4.

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Basic theory and grammatical structure of the Kangiryuarmiutun dialect. The book has been separated into four parts; this is Part 2 of 4.

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Basic theory and grammatical structure of the Kangiryuarmiutun dialect. The book has been separated into four parts; this is Part 3 of 4.

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Basic theory and grammatical structure of the Kangiryuarmiutun dialect. The book has been separated into four parts; this is Part 4 of 4.

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Basic grammatical structures of the Siglitun dialect. This book explains the basic theory and grammar of the Siglitun dialect. The book has been separated into five parts; this is Part 1 of 5.

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Basic grammatical structures of the Siglitun dialect. This book explains the basic theory and grammar of the Siglitun dialect. The book has been separated into five parts; this is Part 2 of 5.

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Basic grammatical structures of the Siglitun dialect. This book explains the basic theory and grammar of the Siglitun dialect. The book has been separated into five parts; this is Part 3 of 5.

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Basic grammatical structures of the Siglitun dialect. This book explains the basic theory and grammar of the Siglitun dialect. The book has been separated into five parts; this is Part 4 of 5.

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Basic grammatical structures of the Siglitun dialect. This book explains the basic theory and grammar of the Siglitun dialect. The book has been separated into five parts; this is Part 5 of 5.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0991.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of how the raven got his wife in Iñupiatun then in English. Part 2. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0992.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of how the raven got his wife, in Iñupiatun then in English. Final, part 3.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0998.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the ghost of the reindeer man, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Final, part 2.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0993.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a girl who would not marry first in Iñupiatun then in English. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0994.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the girl who would not marry, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Final part 2.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1008.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a hunter who drifted on ice, part 1, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1009.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a hunter who drifted on ice, part 3, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1010.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a hunter who drifted on ice, part 4, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1011.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a hunter who drifted on ice, part 6, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1001.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling part 4 of the legend of the jealous uncle, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1002.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the jealous uncle, part 5, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued. Note: The audio then airs Charlie starting part 6 around the 27:35 minute mark then ends abruptly.
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