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|Selected Publications:||1980a. A Reference Grammar of the Cheyenne Language. Vols. 1 and 2. Occasional Publications in Anthropology, Linguistics Series No. 5. Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
1980b. Some Cheyenne Consonant Alternations: Synchronic and Diachronic Views. In Papers of the Eleventh Algonquian Conference, ed. William Cowan, pp. 262-73. Ottawa: Carleton University.
1981. Cheyenne Pitch Rules. IJAL 47:283-309.
1984c. Cheyenne Deixis and Sound Symbolism. In Papers of the Fifteenth Algonquian Conference, ed. William Cowan. Ottawa: Carleton University.
1984. Josephine Stands In Timber Glenmore and Wayne Leman. Cheyenne Topical Dictionary. Busby, Montana: Cheyenne Translation Project.
1987. Editor. Naevahoo'ohtseme / We Are Going Back Home: Cheyenne History and Stories Told by James Shoulderblade and Others. Memoir 4. Winnipeg: Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics.
1990. Ted Risingsun and Wayne Leman. Let's Talk Cheyenne: An Audio Cassette Course. Busby, Montana: CCEP.
2002. Let's Listen to Cheyenne. CD. Busby, Montana: CCEP.
2004. Cheyenne Dictionary. Lame Deer, MT: Chief Dull Knife College. (http://www.lulu.com/cdkc; http://cheyenne.110mb.com/)
2009. (co-author). Ninilchik Russian. Lulu Press. (http://www.lulu.com/ninilchik; http://www.NinilchikRussian.com)
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