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American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America
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Dormant

Native Speakers Worldwide

No known speakers

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Year of info

1997

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Severely Endangered

Native Speakers Worldwide

17

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Ethnic Population

32

Non-monolingual speakers

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More about speakers

Data for the number of native speakers comes from the 1990 census.

Year of info

2009

Location and Context

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Mexico;

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Year of info

2012

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Coordinates

16.192264,-92.795103

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Severely Endangered

Native Speakers Worldwide

17

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  1. Endangered Languages Catalogue Project. Compiled by research teams at University of Hawai'i Mānoa and Institute for Language Information and Technology (LINGUIST List) at Eastern Michigan University
    2012. "Endangered Languages Catalogue Project. Compiled By Research Teams At University of Hawai'i Mānoa and Institute For Language Information and Technology (LINGUIST List) At Eastern Michigan University."
  2. World Oral Literature Project
    "World Oral Literature Project." Online: http://www.oralliterature.org.
    http://www.oralliterature.org
  3. American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America
    Campbell, Lyle. 1997. American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America, 122. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195094271
  4. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16th Edition (2009)
    Lewis, M. Paul (ed.). 2009. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16 edn. http://www.ethnologue.com/home.asp. (15 February, 2011.)
    http://www.ethnologue.com/
  5. LL-MAP (Language and Location: A Map Accessibility Project)
    Anthony Aristar, Helen Aristar-Dry and Yichun Xie. 2012. "LL-MAP (Language and Location: A Map Accessibility Project)." Online: http://llmap.org.
    http://llmap.org
  6. Notes on the Chatino Language of Mexico
    Boas, Franz. 1913. "Notes On the Chatino Language of Mexico." In American Anthropologist, XV: 78-86.
  7. Toward the refinement of Chiapanec-Mangue comparative phonology
    Hamp, Eric P. 1964. "Toward the Refinement of Chiapanec-Mangue Comparative Phonology." In Actas y Memorias, 2: 387-402. México, D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.