Volume 2 gives a wide panorama of both American and Australian sign languages, featuring 38 contributions by many and diverse authors ranging from the late 19th century to contemporaneous unpublished papers. All major article- or chapter-length scientific ethnographic and linguistic treatments of American and Australian systems have been included, as well as several of the more significant semipopular papers which deal with the North American Plains sign language. 6.5x10", xxxiv+445 pp., b&w illus.
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