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Book Review: Understanding Algonquian Indian words (New England) by Moondancer

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categories: Book, Algonquian Indian Words, American Indian Language, New England, Dictionary, Indian Bible, Algonquian Language

Author: Moondancer
Publisher: Massachusett Language Revival Project : Aquidneck Indian Council




 Algonquian Indian Words

This book from the highly respected Aquidneck Indian Council was the first scholarly book to bring to life the extinct American languages of southeastern New England, Narraganett and Massachusett (or Wampanoag). It provides a morphological analysis (word analysis)of the the these complex tongues long faded from history. The level is elementary and accessible to high school students. Today serious efforts at MIT, Harvard, Smithsonian Institution are writing the first comprehensive dictionary. [by Walking Turtle]



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