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Eastern Aleut (Eastern Aleutian)

Eastern Aleut is the name of one of the two major dialects of the Aleut tribe (the other being Western Aleut.) Most Aleut speakers today use the Eastern Aleut dialect. Eastern Aleut is usually considered to include the dialects spoken by the Unalaskan, Pribilof, and Peninsular Aleuts.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Eastern Aleut tribe and language:

 Eastern Aleut language
 Aleut Native Americans
 Aleut Tribe Facts
 The Aleut words
 Aleut language alphabet
 Eskimo-Aleut language
 Alaska Native culture

Here are links to more Internet resources about the Eastern Aleuts:
 Eastern Aleutian Tribes
 Eastern Aleut Language
 Continuity and Change in the Eastern Aleutian Tribes

Here are a few good books about the Eastern Aleuts:
 Aleut Identities: Tradition and Modernity
 Aleut Dictionary
 Aleut Tales and Narratives

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