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Beier, Christine, Lev Michael, and Joel Sherzer. (forthcoming). "Discourse forms and processes in indigenous lowland South America: an areal-typological perspective." Annual Review of Anthropology, 31.

Campbell, Lyle. (1997). American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ethnologue, Languages of the World, 14th Edition. (2001). SIL International.

Human Resources Development and Operations Policy. (1993). "Indigenous People in Latin America". [online]. HRO Dissemination Notes, Number 8, June 7, 1993.

ISO 3166 Country Codes. (1997). [online]. ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency:

Kaufman,Terrence. (1994a). "The native languages of Meso-America." In Christopher Moseley and R.E. Asher, (eds.), Atlas of the World's Languages. London: Routledge. 34-41.

Kaufman, Terrence. (1994b). "The native languages of South America." In Christopher Moseley and R.E. Asher, (eds.), Atlas of the World's Languages. London: Routledge. 46-76.

McKenna Brown, R. (2002.) "Endangered languages and their literatures." In R. McKenna Brown, ed., Proceedings of the Sixth FEL Conference, Endangered Languages and their Literatures. Antigua, Guatemala, 8-10 August, 2002.

Nichols, Johanna. (1992). Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Sherzer, Joel. (1991). "A richness of voices." In Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., (ed.), America in 1492: The World of the Indian Peoples before the Arrival of Columbus. New York: Knopf. pp.251-275; 445-449.

Suarez, Jorge. (1983.) The Mesoamerican Indian Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Woodbury, Anthony. (1997). "Endangered languages." Geoffrey Nunberg and Thomas Wasow, (eds.), Fields of Linguistics. The Linguistic Society of America website:

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