Southeastern Languages


southeastern languages?Southeastern Languages
Author: JACK B. MARTIN
Publisher: JACK B. MARTIN
Number of pages: 261
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107 — of 351 Until the nineteenth century, no area of North America but the far west was as diverse linguistically as the Southeast. Spanning the central region from present Mississippi to Georgia were at least seven Muskogean languages, with Choctaw in the west and Creek in the east. In the north and in the west were Cherokee and Caddo, southern representatives of the Iroquoian and Caddoan families, respectively.

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