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Lewis Masquerier

(b. 1802)


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(1802–?),

Kentucky-born sociologist and pioneer in phonetic spelling, invented a new alphabet of 11 vowels and 22 consonants, published in The Phonotypic Spelling and Reading Manual (1867). Influenced by George ...

Subjects: Literature.


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