How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones?

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How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones? / Fortescue, Michael David.

I: Etudes Inuit Studies, Bind 28, Nr. 2, 2004, s. 159-183.

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Fortescue, MD 2004, 'How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones?', Etudes Inuit Studies, bind 28, nr. 2, s. 159-183.

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Fortescue, M. D. (2004). How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones? Etudes Inuit Studies, 28(2), 159-183.

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Fortescue MD. How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones? Etudes Inuit Studies. 2004;28(2):159-183.

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Fortescue, Michael David. / How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones?. I: Etudes Inuit Studies. 2004 ; Bind 28, Nr. 2. s. 159-183.

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