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The American Language Reprints series continues to grow annually. The amount of primary source material still available ensures that the series will continue to expand each year, potentially reaching hundreds of volumes as the project progresses. 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 will feature printable complete texts of all current ALR volumes in PDF format. This will allow the ALR series to be considerably more flexible, affordable, and accessible to libraries and researchers in linguistics, Native American studies, and North American history.
The 2004 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 Native American terms. Click on any of the volumes highlighted below to view some sample pages from the various PDF files (Note: Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view these files and to utilize the CD-Rom. To download a free copy of Acrobat Reader from the Adobe web site, click here ):
Vol. 1: A Vocabulary of Nanticoke
Vol. 2: A Vocabulary of Susquehannock
Vol. 3: A Vocabulary of the Unami Jargon
Vol. 4: A Vocabulary of Powhatan
Vol. 5: An Ancient New Jersey Indian Jargon
Vol. 6: A Vocabulary of Tuscarora
Vol. 7: A Vocabulary of Woccon
Vol. 8: A Dictionary of Powhatan
Vol. 9: A Vocabulary of Mohegan-Pequot
Vol. 10: A Vocabulary of New Jersey Delaware
Vol. 11: A Vocabulary of Stadaconan
Vol. 12: Denny’s Vocabulary of Delaware
Vol. 13: A Vocabulary of Roanoke
Vol. 14: Denny’s Vocabulary of Shawnee
Vol. 15: Cummings’ Vocabulary of Delaware
Vol. 16: Early Vocabularies of Mohawk
Vol. 17: Schoolcraft’s Vocabulary of Oneida
Vol. 18: Elliot’s Vocabulary of Cayuga
Vol. 19: Schoolcraft’s Vocabulary of Onondaga
Vol. 20: Elliot’s Vocabulary of Mohawk
Vol. 21: Cummings’ Vocabulary of Shawnee
Vol. 22: A Vocabulary of Seneca
Vol. 23: The Tutelo Language
Vol. 24: Handy’s Vocabulary of Miami
Vol. 25: Observations on the Mahican Language
Vol. 26: Minor Vocabularies of Tutelo and Saponi
Vol. 27: Wood's Vocabulary of Massachusett
Vol. 28: Chew's Vocabulary of Tuscarora
Vol. 29: Early Fragments of Minsi Delaware
Vol. 30: A Vocabulary of Wyandot
Assuming Adobe Acrobat Reader is installed on your computer, PDF files are generally readable by both Macintosh and PC machines. The files are created and the CDs burned using a Macintosh but our testing has revealed that the data is accessible to PCs when running recent operating systems (Windows95 or later). A few of our customers have reported problems accessing the CD using Windows XP. If you purchase the CD-Rom and have any trouble accessing the data, please let us know. We will make certain that you are provided with a replacement CD that works for your machine.