Thirty-Six Language Workers Studying Eighteen Mexican Languages

By 1940, thirty-six language workers associated with the Summer Institute of Linguistics are studying eighteen Mexican languages.

In 1941 the number rises to forty-nine workers in nineteen locations and the first SIL Conference is held in Tetelcingo, Mexico.

Mariana Slocum (right) learns the Tzeltal language from a member of the community.

Wednesday, 14 February, 1940
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