06 June 2014
|An infographic from FreePeopleSearch.org. The original infographic can be found here.|
Language is so critical to our understanding of records, migration and much more as we research our family and ancestors. Check out the above for some perspective on languages found historically and now in the US.
Do you know of similar infographics regarding languages in other countries? Please share!
Editor's Note [06/07/2014]: Yes, the states of Washington and Oregon are transposed on a map which is part of the infographi (at least the name labels). Please contact the original creators of this infographic about this. If they update/correct the image, please let us know and we will update the post. ◦
I'm reading: Many Languages, One America -- neat infographic of "A history of Languages in the United States"