The Seris and the Comcaac: Sifting fact from fiction about the names and relationships

Date:
2011
Publisher:
SIL-UND
Publisher Place:
University of North Dakota
Part Of Series:
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session, Vol. 51 (2011)
Extent:
20 pages
Abstract:
This paper discusses the names that have been used in the literature for the Seri people and the language that they speak, including meanings of those names. It also sorts through proposals that have been made for the relationship of their language to other languages. These topics are presented from a historical perspective so that a non-specialist can understand the facts and see the reasons for the confusion.
Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Mexico
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Subject:
Names
relationships
Seri
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Entry Number:
46094