December 15: Robert McDonald, Priest, 1913
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Each village has unique dialect differences, idioms, and expressions. The Old Crow people in the northern Yukon have approximately the same dialect as those bands living in Venetie and Arctic Village, Alaska. Elders have identified at least descriptive Gwich'in names for all of the bones, organs, and tissues "Associated with the caribou's anatomy are not just descriptive Gwich'in names for all of the body parts including bones, organs, and tissues as well as "an encyclopedia of stories, songs, games, toys, ceremonies, traditional tools, skin clothing, personal names and surnames, and a highly developed ethnic cuisine.
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University of Alaska Fairbanks. Retrieved November 3, Firth, William G. Inuvik, N. A Grammar of the Tukudh Language. Montgomery, Jane. Whitehorse: Yukon Native Language Centre, Northwest Territories. Norwegian-Sawyer, Terry. Peter, Katherine, and Mary L.
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