American Indian Linguistic Prehistory

  • Mary R. Haas


Over the years a number of methods have been developed for the purpose of making some kind of determination about linguistic prehistory. The chief of these are (1) genetic classification, (2) the reconstruction of protolanguages, and (3) areal diffusion, or the delineation of linguistic areas. The discussion in the present paper will be confined to the first two of these, since linguistic areas and acculturation are the subject of papers to be found elsewhere in this volume.


North America Genetic Classification Linguistic Classification Vowel Harmony Linguistic Family 
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