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Query:   Mayan references
Author:  Rosa J GarciaBarragan
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation

Language Family:   Mayan
Unclassified Mayan

Summary:   DEAR LIST SUBSCRIBERS,
REGARDING MY MESSAGE TO THE LINGUIST-LIST ASKING FOR
REFERENCES ON THE MAYAN LANGUAGES. I AM VERY THANKFUL TO THE FOLLOWING
PEOPLE, WHO SENT ME VERY USEFUL REFERENCE LISTS:
STUART ROBINSON, MARC PICARD, OTTO CARSTEN, JACK TERRY WIEDRICK,
NIKE OLA ORIE AND GRETCHEN CROWE.
SINCE THE LISTS I RECEIVEDD INCLUDE HUNDREDS OF REFERENCES AND
IT WOULD BE STRANGE TO SUMMARIZE SUCH LISTS, INSTEAD OF POSTING A
SUMMARY TO THE LINGUIST-LIST I OFFER TO FORWARD THE INFORMATION I RECEIVED
TO THOSE INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN IT.
SINCERELY,
ROSA GARCIA (RJGC@XANUM.UAM.MX)

LL Issue: 10.67
Date Posted: 15-Jan-1999
Original Query: Read original query