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Algic Languages at the Time of Contact

Data Source: Campbell, L., Mithun, M., Mixco, M., Goddard, I., and Golla, V. . 2007. "North America". In R. E. Asher & Christopher Moseley (eds.). Atlas of the World’s Languages. Oxford: Routledge.

"Algic: Composite". MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships

Date Digitized:   8-June-2011

Map Description:
This map shows the locations of indigenous Algic languages at the time of contact with European settlers.

This original map was made by vectorizing data from the MultiTree language database and the Atlas of the World's Languages.

Other resources related to this project:
This map is part of a mapping project detailing the languages of the North America. The maps may be overlaid on each other for a more complete picture.

Note: Scanned or downloaded images have been geo-registered for compatibility with our project interface. Slight imperfections are an inevitable result of the registration process.