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Indigenous Mexican Imprints

A bibliography of The Huntington's pre-1900 Mexican imprints, containing the languages Nahuatl, Otomi, Zapotec, Huastec and Rarámuri (Tarahumara)

Below are entries for works on Indigenous languages dating from post-independence Mexico from 1821 through 1900. A work may have been printed in the 19th century, but because its author was active in the colonial period, the work is reflected here.

Linguistic Studies from Post-Independence Mexico, 1821 to 1900

Epítome ó modo fácil de aprender el idioma nahuatl ó lengua mexicana
Call number: 495375
Language: Nahuatl
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

Silabario de idioma mexicana
Call number: 493817
Language: Nahuatl
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

Geografía de las lenguas y carta etnográfica de méxico ...
Call number: 645921
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.

California y lenguas que se hablan en sinaloa, sonora y california
Call number: 321163
Digital version available online through Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
N.B. Edited version of the manuscript.

Compendio gramatical para la inteligencia del idióma tarahumar ...
Call number: 497075
Language: Rarámuri (Tarahumara)
Digital version available online through the Internet Archive.