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Query:   Sources of Amerind and Armenian descriptive material
Author:  David Harris
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation

Language Family:   Armenian
Amerindian Pidgin

Summary:   MY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS WHO RESPONDED TO MY QUERY REGARDING
DESCRIPTIVE MATERIAL FOR AMERIND LANGUAGES AND ARMENIAN:
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PETER T. DANIELS GRAMMATIM@WORLDNET.ATT.NET
DOUGLAS DEE DOUGLAS.DEE@US.PWCGLOBAL.COM
SCOTT DELANCEY DELANCEY@DARKWING.UOREGON.EDU
MICHAEL DUNN MICHAEL.DUNN@ANU.EDU.AU
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THE TEXT OF MY ORIGINAL QUERY APPEARS DIRECTLY BELOW, FOLLOWED BY THE
RESPONSES. AT THE BOTTOM, I HAVE WRITTEN A COUPLE OF BRIEF OBSERVATIONS
REGARDING MATERIALS I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONSULT SO FAR.
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I. NORTH AMERICAN (AMERIND) SOURCES:
> DATE: MON, 23 NOV 1998 18:50:39 -0500
> FROM:

LL Issue: 9.1701
Date Posted: 03-Dec-1998
Original Query: Read original query