The Eyak-Athabaskan Language Family


  1. Eyak: Eyak 
  2. Athabaskan:   
    1. Apacheanː
          Jicarilla Apache,
      Kiowa Apache, Lipan Apache, Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache, Western Apache, Navajo
    2. Northern Athabaskan:   
          
       Ahtena, Babine, Beaver, Chilcotin, Deg Xit'an, Dene (Chipewyan ), Gwich'in, Hän, Holikachuk, Koyukon,
           Upper Kuskokwim, Sarsi, Sekani, Tanacross, Tanaina, Lower Tanana, Upper Tanana, Tlicho
      (Dogrib)
           a. Carrier: Carrier, Southern Carrier
           b. Slavey-Hare: North Slavey, South Slavey 
           c. Tahltan: Kaska,
      Tagish, Tahltan
           d. Tuchone: Northern Tutchone, Southern Tutchone
    3. Pacific Coast Athabaskan: 
           a. California Athabaskan: Hupa,
      Kato, Mattole, Wailaki
           b. Oregon Athabaskan: 
      Galice, Chetco, Tolowa,  
           c. Tututni-Chasta-Costa-Coquille:
      Coquille, Tututni  
  3. Tlingit: Tlingit

     Note:  Languages and language groups preceded by a dagger (†) are extinct.


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