Linguist fans take note!

Linguist fans take note!

Posted in the Charleston Forum


Richmond, VA

#1 Apr 2, 2013
Do you collect language books? Like to compare languages? Know anyone who does? There are two books that came out on Lulu Press ( ) on Early Virginia / West Virginia languages that are being reconstructed and revitalized today. This includes a Tutelo-Saponi, Monacan (Yesanechi) dictionary, and a Nottoway (Cheroenhaka) dictionary, both ridiculously cheap, whether instant download or paperback order. These books have a rich supply of vocabulary from other Native languages as well. They make a fine gift, tell your hip friends too!

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