Scheme of Illustration – Sign Language

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In the following pages the scheme of graphic illustration, intended both to save labor and secure accuracy, which was presented in the Introduction to the Study of Sign Language, is reproduced with some improvements. It is given for the use of observers who may not see that publication, the material parts of which being included



Notable Points for Further Researches – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Notable Points for Further Researches



Proper Names – Sign Language

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Sign Language Among North American Indians – Proper Names



Relations to Philology – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Relations to Philology



Narrative – Patricio’s – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Patricio’s Narrative



Permanence of Signs – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Permanence of Signs



Phrases – Sign Language

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Sign Language Among North American Indians – Phrases



The Origin of Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – The Origin of Sign Language



Its Origin from One Tribe or Region – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Its Origin from One Tribe or Region



Omaha Colloquy & Brulé Dakota Colloquy – Sign Language

Sign Language Among North American Indians – Omaha Colloquy



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