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Edward Sapir (January 26, 1884 – February 4, 1939) was an American anthropologist-linguist, a leader in American structural linguistics. He is arguably the most influential figure in American linguistics.
- A sketch of the Social organization of the Nass river Indians, Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1915.
- Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech, Harvest Books, 1921, 1955.
- Nootka texts: Tales and Ethnological Narratives with Grammatical Notes and Lexical Materials, AMS Press Inc, 1939, 1974.