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Abenaki Language Research, 1891 - 1986, bulk: 1970 - 1986 May Be Restricted

Part of MS-1117: Gordon Day papers


This series contains materials on both Iroquoian (Haudenosaunee) and Algonquian languages, as well as different tribal communities who speak those dialects. There is also a focus on the Eastern Abenaki language, which is derived from Algonquian.


  • 1891 - 1986
  • Majority of material found within 1970 - 1986

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection:

Some items in the collection are culturally sensitive and are restricted. To gain access to culturally sensitive items in the Gordon Day papers, researchers must provide Rauner Library with a letter/email granting them permission to view these materials. To obtain a letter of permission, please email your request directly to and request that the permission be shared with

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

From the Collection: Algonquian languages

From the Collection: French

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