Thirteen volumes of background data on non-Austronesian and non-Australian languages of the Pacific area used in preparing
his article "The Indo-Pacific Hypothesis" in TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS (1971). Ten of the volumes are labeled "New Guinea"; other
volumes include "Language enumerations, sources, and misc. grammatical notes," and "Language not assigned to any subgroup."
Professor of linguistics at Stanford University.
1 Linear feet (2 boxes)
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