Comparative Studies in Takelman, Kalapuyan and Chinookan Lexicography, a Preliminary Paper

@article{FrachtenbergComparativeSI,
  title={Comparative Studies in Takelman, Kalapuyan and Chinookan Lexicography, a Preliminary Paper},
  author={L. Frachtenberg},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  volume={1},
  pages={175 - 182}
}
  • L. Frachtenberg
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • T HE last ten years or so have witnessed an almost feverish activity in the field of American Indian linguistics, culminating in more or less successful attempts to reclassify and to reduce the seemingly too great number of linguistic stocks that are found on the American continent north of Mexico. It is by no means accidental that these efforts should have commenced at such a late date. It must be borne in mind that the real stimulus to a comprehensive and intelligent study of the various… CONTINUE READING
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