Bibliography of Materials on the
Sekani Language
Alexis, Theresa, Sam Chingee, and Florence Prince (1996)
Tsek'ehne Zaghe' Muk'eh Wujeh-i. Sekani Bilingual Elementary Dictionary. McLeod Lake: McLeod Lake Band.
[An illustrated children's dictionary with about 500 Sekani-English entries, with example sentences. There is an English-Sekani index, without example sentences. Appendices contain classroom directions, colours and seasons. Tone is not marked.]

Halpern, Aaron (1991)
"Compounding Verbs in Sekani," Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics 4.176-190.
An analysis of Sekani verbs based on the data in Hargus (1988).

Halpern, Aaron (1992)
Topics in Placement and Morphology of Clitics. Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.
Contains a revised version of Halpern (1991).

Hargus, Sharon (1986)
Sekani Topical Noun Dictionary. Manuscript, Department of Linguistics, University of Washington.

Hargus, Sharon (1986)
``Infixation and bracketting erasure in Sekani,'' in L. Kenton and S. Weinberger (eds.) University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics 9.83-117.

Hargus, Sharon (1988)
The Lexical Phonology of Sekani. New York: Garland Publishing.
[A careful discussion of the phonology and aspects of the morphology of Sekani, based on the author's doctoral dissertation. Although it contains a great deal of information, it is highly technical and will be all but incomprehensible to anyone without advanced training in linguistics.]

Hargus, Sharon (1989)
"Underspecification and Derived-Only Rules in Sekani Phonology," in Donna Gerdts and Karin Michelson (eds.) Theoretical Perspectives on Native American Languages (Albany: State University of New York) pp. 70-103.

Hargus, Sharon (1989)
"Sekani ghe: Conjugation or Mode Prefix?" in Eung-Do Cook and Keren Rice (eds.) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family. pp. 199-227. Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 15. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Fort Ware (Kwadacha) Sekani Dictionary. Sekani-English and English-Sekani. (2000)
Primary contributors: Mike Abou and Mary Charlie. Compiler: Sharon Hargus. ms., University of Washington.
[Lexware generated dictionary consisting of xii pp. (introduction) + 138 pp. (Sekani-English, organized by root) + 80 pp. (English-Sekani).]

Hargus, Sharon (2000)
Fort Ware (Kwadacha) Sekani Grammar Sketch. ms., University of Washington.
[An extended grammar sketch (91 pages) covering phonology, morphology, and syntax.]

Hargus, Sharon (2002)
"Negation in Kwadacha (Fort Ware) Sekani". Handout of talk presented at the Athabaskan Languages Conference, 16 June 2002, Fairbanks, Alaska.

Kaska Tribal Council (1997)
Guzâgi K'úgé' Our Language Book: Nouns. Kaska, Mountain Slavey and Sekani. Whitehorse: Kaska Tribal Council. Two volumes. [A dictionary of nouns in three languages, organized by topic, with an English index. The bulk of the material is Kaska, but some Sekani material has been incorporated from Hargus' 1986 topical noun dictionary.]

Rice, Keren and Sharon Hargus (1989)
"Conjugation and Mode in Athabaskan Languages: Evidence for Two Positions," in Eung-Do Cook and Keren Rice (eds.) Athapaskan Linguistics: Current Perspectives on a Language Family. pp. 265-315. Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 15. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

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