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Handbook of the Seneca Language
The Seneca language is a member of the Iroquoian language family. Seneca is a seriously endangered language spoken in upper New York State and Southern Ontario. This book consists of 3 parts. Section I, on orthography, describes a way of writing Seneca words consistently and without omitting features that are significant. Various spelling systems have been used, and are be...more
Paperback, 76 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Global Language Press
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A nice description of the language. This book is definitely a decent first step in learning -- and learning about -- the language. It doesn't go incredibly in-depth, but it's not supposed to. It fulfills its purpose as a general, non-specialist handbook quite well. Chafe also manages to make a dry topic, grammar, relatively engaging; he writes quite pleasantly.