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#1 Dec-03-2013 09:55:am

sschkaak
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Other Southeastern Algonquian language resources

Evolution Publishing's American Language Reprint series ( http://www.evolpub.com/ALR/ALRbooks.html ) also contains the following word-lists:

Volumes 4 and 8 contain Powhatan vocabularies.

Volume 13 contains Roanoke (a.k.a., Croatan) vocabularies.

These probably represent all the words ever recorded in these languages--excepting some placenames.

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#2 Dec-09-2013 05:01:pm

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Re: Other Southeastern Algonquian language resources

Anyone truly interested in this Virginian language should get a copy of this article from inter-library loan:

"Resurrecting Virginia Algonquian from the Dead:  The Reconstituted and Historical Phonology of Powhatan," by Frank Siebert, in James M. Crawford, Studies in Southeastern Indian Languages, University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA (1975).

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#3 Dec-09-2013 08:59:pm

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Re: Other Southeastern Algonquian language resources

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