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Apache names in Spanish and early Mexican documents: what they can tell us about the early contact Apache dialect situation

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de Reuse,  Willem Joseph
Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Max Planck Society;

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de Reuse, W. J. (2012). Apache names in Spanish and early Mexican documents: what they can tell us about the early contact Apache dialect situation. In D. J. Seymour (Ed.), From the Land of Ever Winter to the American Southwest: Athapaskan migrations, mobility, and ethnogenesis (pp. 271-285). Salt Lake City, UT: The Univ. of Utah Pr.


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