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FN-230219-15
A Dictionary of Misantla Totonac
Frank Trechsel, Ball State University

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Totonac/Spanish/English Dictionary (Web Resources)
Title: Totonac/Spanish/English Dictionary
Author: Frank R. Trechsel and Carolyn J. MacKay
Abstract: The goal of this website is to make available information about three endangered languages of Mexico. Misantla Totonac and Pisaflores Tepehua belong to the Totonac-Tepehua language family, while the Veneto language of Chipilo, Mexico has its origins in Segusino, Treviso, Italy. We have been researching these languages for many years and are trying to make the data we have collected accessible to anyone who might be interested.
Year: 2015

Totonac-Tepehua Genetic Relationships (Article)
Title: Totonac-Tepehua Genetic Relationships
Author: Carolyn J. MacKay and Frank R. Trechsel
Abstract: n/a
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Amerindia 37(2): 121-158

Hacia una reconstruccion de proto-totonaco-tepehua (Article)
Title: Hacia una reconstruccion de proto-totonaco-tepehua
Author: Carolyn J. MacKay and Frank R. Trechsel
Abstract: n/a
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Investigaciones (inter) disciplinarias en linguistica (Estudios Linguisticos 6)
Publisher: Hermosillo: Universidad de Sonora


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