[COVER] Hopi - Survey of an Uto-Aztecan Language

Dick Grune

Joseph Biddulph Publisher, 1995; ISBN 1 897999 00 3. U.K. 3.00

Description

This 26 page booklet provides a bird's (eagle's?) eye view of the Hopi language, spoken by several tens of thousands of people in the north-east part of Arizona. Hopi is a not too difficult Native American Language and is a good representative of the Uto-Aztecan language family, which stretches from California far into Mexico.

The booklet can serve as an easy way to acquaint oneself with one of the more prominent Native American languages, and with the Uto-Aztecan language family.

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