Indian Languages of Mexico and Central America and Their Geographical Distribution

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CONTENTS
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Introduction1
Mexico2
Cocopa2
Cochimi3
Waïcuri and Pericu4
Pima7
Opata7
Tarahumare8
Seri10
The Yaqui group11
Zoe and Tepahue17
Tepehuane19
Acaxee19
Cora21
Huichol22
Tepecano, Teule, Cazcan, and Tecuexe23
Names of tribes in northwestern Mexico not considered separately24
Concho36
Toboso37
Pakawan38
Laguneros38
Zacateco40
Guachichile40
The term Chichimeca41
Tamaulipeco44
Pisone and Janambre44
Olive44
Names of tribes in northeastern Mexico not considered separately45
Otomi46
Pame46
Mazahua47
Pirinda48
Meco48
Huasteca48
Totonac49
Tepehua49
Meztitlaneca50
Tlascalan50
Cuitlateco50
Tarasco51
Aztec51
Mixtec52
Trike52
Chocho53

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  • Title Page I
  • Prefatory Note III
  • Contents V
  • Indian Languages of Mexico and Central America 1
  • Mexico 2
  • Ethnic Dividing Line Between North America And South America 61
  • Bibliography 97
  • Index of Linguistic Families, Tribes, and Settlements 101
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