A Choctaw reference grammar /

This book is the most comprehensive reference grammar of Choctaw, an American Indian language spoken by approximately eleven thousand people located primarily in Mississippi and Oklahoma. Based on nineteen years of field work with speakers of the Mississippi and Oklahoma dialects and more than 150 y...

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Main Author: Broadwell, George Aaron.
Corporate Author: Indiana University, Bloomington. American Indian Studies Research Institute.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2006.
Series:Studies in the anthropology of North American Indians.
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