Language: Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett

Classification

Comments on subclassification

Costa, David J. 2007

The extinct language consisting of Mohegan, Montauk and Narragansett (an Eastern Algonquian language), is missing from E17/E18/E19 ( W. Cowan 1973 , Aubin, George F. 1972 , Granberry, Julian 2003 , Granberry, Julian 2003 , Edwards, Jonathan 1788 ).

Retired in ISO 639-3: split into Mohegan-Pequot [xpq] and Narragansett [xnt]

  • Change request: 2009-013
  • ISO 639-3: mof
  • Name: Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett
  • Reason: split
  • Effective: 2010-01-18

Excerpt from change request document:

The situation of the languages of eastern southern New England in the 17 and 18 centuries is a little confusing... Given the certainty that Narragansett does not belong with Mohegan-Pequot and the uncertainty of whether or not it belongs with Massachusett, it seems a prudent idea to give Narragansett its own place within ISO 639-3.

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