Michael Everson scripsit:

> Alaskan. I have a book on it. Indeed I suppose it is *the* book on
> it. Die Alaska-Schrift und ihre schriftgeschichtliche Bedeutung, by
> Alfred Schmidt (Marburg: Simons Verlag, 1951). My copy used to be
> owned by an A. F. Sjoberg at the University of Texas.

Ah, good. But surely "Alaskan" isn't the name of the language so written.

In any event, how do you plan to encode it? There's no sign of it on the
Roadmap-related pages, unless under another name.

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