Latin glottal stop in ID in NWT, Canada
petercon at microsoft.com
Sat Oct 31 01:40:45 CDT 2015
The Aleutian islands are a long way from NWT.
I don't associate Tlingit with the Aleutians, and wasn't aware of an early Cyrillic orthography. But it's also not a language of NWT. It's spoken in areas near the coast. My sister lives in Carcross, which is a Tlingit village. This is hundreds of miles from NWT.
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From: Richard Wordingham<mailto:richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com>
Sent: 10/30/2015 16:37
To: Unicode Discussion<mailto:unicode at unicode.org>
Subject: Re: Latin glottal stop in ID in NWT, Canada
On Fri, 30 Oct 2015 22:03:31 +0000
Peter Constable <petercon at microsoft.com> wrote:
> This is more plausible. The Tlingit peoples live in coastal regions,
> SW parts of Yukon Territory and Alaska. That's not what I would have
> referred to as "Northwest Territories". And it's totally not related
> to the thread, which was clearly about Northwest Territories, not
> Yukon Territory.
I think Cyrillic got into the thread by mistake.
> Can you point to information on Tlingit materials in Cyrillic script?
Google ('Tlingit Cyrillic') does a better job than me! There's an
example linked to from the Wikipedia article
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tlingit_alphabet 'Indication of the
Pathway into the Kingdom of Heaven'. I presume the original spelling
has been preserved.
There's an interesting account in 'Russian Orthodox Church Of Alaska And
The Aleutian Islands And Its Relation To Native American Traditions:
An Attempt At A Multicultural Society, 1794-1912' by Viacheslav
Vsevolodovich Ivanov. It's interesting that much of the action
happened under American rule - allegedly Orthodox Christianity did well
because it wasn't American!
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