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Note: Here is the map of Oaxaca that was referenced in the newsletter by Jim and Jamie Loker.
The major languages of Oaxaca are Zapotec (about 50 different variations-blue shapes, Mixteco (about 30 variations-red shapes), Mixe (7 variations-orange), and Chinanteco (11 variations-brown shapes). The green is Chatino, yellow is Huave, and the purple is Mazateco.
There are 120 different languages in the state that Wycliffe is targeting for translation. We’ve been able to record the NT in about 50 of those languages in the last 10 1/2 years.