Salish Languages and Linguistics: Theoretical and Descriptive Perspectives
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Maximality in Bella Coola Nuxalk
Spokane Npoqiniscn syllable structure and reduplication
Phonetic aspects of retraction in Interior Salish
The morphological and phonological constituent structure
How much does a schwa weigh?
The place of Bella Coola Nuxalk in a typology of the relative clause
A fresh look at Tillamook Hutyeyu inflectional morphology
Topic and focus in Shuswap Secwepemctsin
Prepositions in Northern Straits Salish and the nounverb question
Foraging for patterns in Interior Salish semantic domains
Key to the past?
Prehistory of the Upper Chehalis Qwayayi4q continuative aspect
reduplication in Salish
Papers from the International Conferences on Salish
Mapping Halkomelem voice