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Title:Tone systems of Mexico
Abstract:Discussion of eighteen languages which are some of the most divergent tone languages analyzed. These consist of: Ayutla, San Miguel Mixtec, Mixtepec Mixtec, Acatlán Mixtec, Coatzospan Mixtec, Zapotec of Yatzachi el Bajo, Chatrino of Juquila, Huave, Chicahuaxtla Trique, Usila Chinantec, Palantla Chinantec, Quiotepec Chinantec, Huautla Mazatec, Popoloca of San Juan Atzingo, Mazahua, Mezquital Otomi, Northern Tepehuan, and Huichol
Creator:Pike, Eunice V
Description:Includes bibliograpghical references
Mimeographed handout
Extent:p. [1]-3 ; 28 cm
Language (ISO639):eng
Subject (LCSH):Indians of Mexico--Languages
Mixtec language--Tone
Type (DCMI):Text


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DateStamp:  2009-05-27
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Citation: Pike, Eunice V. n.d. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Library.
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