Algonquian-Language Distribution

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Title

Algonquian-Language Distribution

Subject

Algonquian Indians

Description

This map shows the distribution of Algonquian-language speakers among American Indians prior to the arrival of the Europeans.

Early Virginia Indians spoke dialects of Algic, Iroquoian, or Siouan, three large linguistic families that include many of the more than 800 indigenous languages in North America.

Creator

ish_ishwar

Source

Wikimedia Commons

Date

2005

Rights

Public Domain

Coverage

sixteenth century
seventeenth century
North America

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Original Format

Map

Files

Algonquian_langs.jpg

Citation

ish_ishwar, “Algonquian-Language Distribution,” Virginia Indian Archive, accessed October 16, 2021, https://virginiaindianarchive.org/items/show/182.

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