“Languages spoken in South America around the time of contact with Europeans:”
Fig. 3. Language families of the New World and their suggested expansions. Maps based on information in (89) and other sources. Numbered examples discussed in text are 2 (Arawakan, Cariban, and Tupian), 4 (Uto-Aztecan), 5 (Oto-Manguean and Mayan). Other possible examples mentioned only briefly: C (Iroquoian and Siouan, with maize after 500 A.D.), D (Chibchan), and E (Quechuan and Aymaran).
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