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- Consensus Classification of California Indian Languages
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- 86 languages indigenous to California
- 178 indigenous languages in the US are endangered
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Ontario Lieutenant GovernorThe Province of Ontario in Canada has an aboriginal as its representative to the Queen of England. This is an important appointment and a first for the province of Ontario.
James K. Bartleman was born to an aboriginal mother and a Canadian father of Irish and Scottish descent.
Mr. Bartleman has written a book entitled "Out of Muskoka." This book is about his early years in the small village of Port Carling in the vacation area of Ontario.