An analysis of Shawnee is available in PDF format a http://members.tripod.com/~maeki/index.html. This analysis purports that Shawnee is a split-ergative language and was written by April Fillippini for her Senior Thesis in her undergraduate work in Linguistics at the University of Oklahoma 1997.
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