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Cheyenne Language Web Site Conservation of Endangered Languages Ernie's Learn to Speak a Little Hawaiian Ethnologue: Languages of the world Human-Languages Page Index of Native American Language Indians Work To Save a Language--and Their Heritage Lakota Language Translation On-Line Dictionary Language Families of the World Linguistics Maori Language Native American Languages Native Languages of the Americas Native Fonts Ojibwe Language and Culture Oneida Indian Language Project Raven's Tsalagi (Cherokee) Page Translation Humor University of Michigan Linguistics Archive At the time of first European contact, probably close to 1,000 American Indian languages were spoken in North, Central, and South America.
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The American explorer and ethnologist John Wesley POWELL presented the first comprehensive classification of the languages north of Mexico in 1891, dividing them into 58 families. This phylum is the only American language family to have an accepted connection with a non-American language group.
As genetic relationships are discovered, languages are grouped into families, which then are often compared themselves.
Related families can be classified in turn into larger groups called phyla (singular, phylum) or stocks, or into even broader groupings known as macrophyla or superstocks.
Only a few Native American Indian languages have a written history; therefore, comparative study must be based upon quite recent sources.
Following the traditional principles of historical linguistics, words from Indian languages believed to be related are subjected to minute comparison, in a search for regular correspondences of sound and meaning.
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Although the number of languages in daily use has steadily declined because of persecution and pressures on the Indians to adopt English, Spanish, and other originally European languages, well over 700 different American Indian--or, as they are sometimes called, Amerindian or Native American--languages are spoken today.