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Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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Materials for First Quarter College Zapotec course (used at UCLA and UCSD).
Plants in Tlacolula de Matamoros Zapotec By Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Pamela Munro, Roberto Antonio Ruiz
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This book contains photographs of plants taken in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, along with the plant names in Tlacolula Valley Zapotec.
Plants in Tlacolula de Matamoros Zapotec By Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Pamela Munro, Roberto Antonio Ruiz
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This book contains photographs of plants taken in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, along with the plant names in Tlacolula Valley Zapotec.
Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec, Vol. 2 By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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Vol. 2 of the Cali Chiu? course on Valley Zapotec. Revised Dec. 2008.
Cali Chiu? Rata Ra Dizh and More By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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This is the vocabulary and supplementary material for Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec.
Vocabulario Zapoteco del Istmo By Velma Pickett
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A Zapotec-Spanish dictionary of 143 pages. This little dictionary has many illustrations and photographs. The dictionary has appendices and even short Zapotec-Spanish language learning lessons.
Diccionario Chatino de la Zona Alta By Kitty Pride, Leslie Pride
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This dictionary contains illustrative sentences, multiple senses, subentries, cross references, grammatical information, etc. The Spanish-Chatino side is an index of all the Spanish glosses with... More > their corresponding Chatino words. There is also a good grammar sketch and appendices which include folk classifications of flora and fauna as well as the listings according to Latin names and classification. This dictionary focuses on the variations found in 15 representative towns in the large area of the Chatino highlands. Panixtlahuaca is the base town for the dictionary. Forms are listed for other towns where they differ from the base. The Spanish side of the dictionary does give equivalents for the lowland town of Tataltepc, but does not cover the third major dialect area of Zenzontepec. The Chatino language is spoken in the districts of Juquila and Sola de Vega in the state of Oaxaca and belongs to the Zapotec-Chatino branch of the Otomanguean family of languages.< Less