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xxii, 173 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Wisconsin is one of the most linguistically rich places in North America. It has the greatest diversity of American Indian languages east of the Mississippi, including Ojibwe and Menominee from the Algonquian language family, Ho-Chunk from the Siouan family, and Oneida from the Iroquoian family. French place names dot the state's map. German, Norwegian, and Polish-the languages of immigrants in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries-are still...
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