Native American historical language CD (second edition) now available

Tony Schiavo EvolPub at AOL.COM
Thu Jan 29 13:47:42 UTC 2004

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Evolution Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the following

The Complete American Language Reprints Series on CD-Rom
Second Edition
Compiled by Claudio R. Salvucci

Praise for the 1st Edition:

"Highly recommended for libraries and linguists, as well as for individuals
interested in early American Indian vocabularies and regional history. Summing
up: Highly recommended. Public libraries where interest exists; academic
libraries; graduate students and above."  —CHOICE

"Recommended  for academic, public, and high school libraries, particularly
those that are developing collections in Native American studies, linguistics,
or North American history."  —Library Journal

The American Language Reprints book series continues to grow annually. Now,
the entirety of this vital primary source data is available in one handy
reference: The Complete American Language Reprints Series on CD-Rom. Updated
annually, this invaluable resource features printable complete texts of all current
ALR volumes in PDF format.

The 2004 second edition of The Complete American Language Reprints Series on
CD-Rom includes volumes 1 through 30 of the series, containing together over
10,000 unique terms from historical Native American vocabularies. Languages
covered include: Mohegan/Pequot, Shawnee, Delaware, Mohawk, Mahican, Tutelo, and
dozens of others. For a complete list of volumes included in the second
edition of the Complete ALR on CD-Rom and information on special pricing, visit the
following web site:

Purchasers of The Complete ALR Series on CD-Rom receive one free site license
for the Interactive ALR for one year. New in 2004, the Interactive ALR is an
internet database constructed from the vocabularies contained on this CD as
well as supplemental word lists not included in the book series. This
subscription-based resource is now available at:

The Interactive ALR allows the user to organize, compare, and manipulate the w
ealth of linguistic data contained in the ALR series with a wide range of
user-definable options. Powerful search features, an interactive linguistic
atlas, and a custom lexicon generator all bring the power of the modern database to
the classic study methods of linguistics and philology. (NOTE: PDF versions
of all currently published ALR volumes are also available at the Interactive
ALR site.)

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