In the listing below, selecting a document title will take you to the bibliography entry describing it. Selecting a filename will download the file.
Files with the extension "pdf" are in Portable Document Format. If you do not have a PDF reader, you can obtain one at no cost from the sources listed here
Documents including Carrier language material are often available in more than one version, each using a different writing system. The file names below encode the writing system. "clc" stands for Carrier Linguistic Committee, the practical writing system in general use today. "ipa" stands for International Phonetic Alphabet. This is the writing system generally used by linguists for technical purposes. (For further information on these writing systems, see the page on Writing Systems.) In most cases we can also produce versions in which the Dakelh language material is written in syllabics or in the Morice Roman system. If a version is not listed in the writing system that you prefer, please contact us. It will probably be possible to provide it.
|The Carrier Syllabics|
|Carrier Syllabics Chart|
|Medical Carrier (Saik'uz dialect)|
|Notes on Carrier Writing Systems (print landscape mode)|
|The Status of Documentation for BC Native Languages|
|Web Pages for Studying Language and Culture|
Guess Dakelh words.
Unscramble scrambled Dakelh words.
Find Dakelh words hidden among random letters
A number of papers by linguist Bill Poser not published by YDLI may be downloaded from his web site (http://billposer.org).
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