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Notes

1 Ethnographies by Dixon 1907:470, Kroeber 1925:304 and Holt 1946:326.

References

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Angulo, Jamie de, and L.S. Freeland. "The Achomawi Language." International Journal of American Linguistics VI.2 (1930): 77-120.

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