Proto-Keresan Phonology

@article{Miller1963ProtoKeresanP,
  title={Proto-Keresan Phonology},
  author={W. R. Miller and Irvine Davis},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={1963},
  volume={29},
  pages={310 - 330}
}
1. Keresan is spoken in seven varieties at seven Indian Pueblos in New Mexico. Five of the Pueblos, Cochiti, Santo Domingo, San Felipe, Santa Ana, and Zia (listed from north to south) are located in or near the Rio Grande Valley. The two remaining Pueblos, Acoma and Laguna, are situated about seventy five miles to the southwest of the main Keresan area. The languages, or dialects, are closely related, and have a time depth of about five hundred years. No sharp internal subdivisions are found in… Expand
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