Title: Moseteno Vocabulary and Treatises
Publisher: Evanston and Chicago: Northwestern University
Publication Date: 1917
Book Condition: As New
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
131 p. These are treatises from an unpublished manuscript in Northwestern University Library, one among many published Spanish manuscripts at the library. Dr. Schuller was invited to arrange and collate the materials, and found this document to be especially important, as it concerns extensive materials gathered together by a then [and still?] author of a "relatively little studied Bolivian abororiginal idiom spoken by Indians who have almost vanished." Hard cover (wheat linen cloth over boardzs with brown cloth spine and corners, gilt title; facsimile page of manuscrupt; map of Bolivia; as new. Bookseller Inventory # 692AG32
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