The following Eskimo-Aleutian Languages tree is based on the information in the Ethnologue.

Eskimo-Aleut Languages

Aleut Stock

Aleut (USA)

Eskimo Stock

Inuit Family

Eastern Canadian Inuktitut (Canada)
Western Canadian (Canada)
Greenlandic Inuktitut (Greenland)
North Alaskan (USA)
Northwest Alaska Iñupiat (USA)

Yupik Family

Alaskan Branch

Central Yupik (USA)
Pacific Gulf Yupik (USA)

Siberian Branch

Central Siberian Yupik (USA)
Naukan Yupik (Russia, Asia)
Sirenik Yupik (Russia, Asia)

Subcategories 4

Related categories 5

Alaska Native Languages
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Alaskool: Many Tongues - Ancient Tales
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August 28, 2015 at 23:45:02 UTC
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