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Edmondson, Jerold A. & David B. Solnit (eds.). 1997. Comparative Kadai: The Tai Branch. Arlington: University of Texas

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Morey, Stephen. 2001. Book of calling the Khon. Dibrugarh: printed by Triograph Press (in Tai)

Morey, Stephen. 2001. Grandfather teaches Grandchildren. Dibrugarh: printed by Triograph Press (in Tai)

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Morey, Stephen. 2002. “Tai languages of Assam, a progress report - Does anything remain of the Tai Ahom language?” David and Maya Bradley (eds.), Language Maintenance for Endangered Languages: An Active Approach. London: Curzon Press. 98-113

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Morey, Stephen. 2005. The Tai Languages of Assam: A Grammar and Texts. Canberra: Australian National University (Pacific Linguistics, 565)

Morey, Stephen. 2005. “Tonal change in the Tai languages of Northeast India.” Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 28/2:139-202

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Ranoo Wichasin. 1986. The writing system of the Tai-Ahoms. M.A. Thesis: Chiang Mai University

Ranoo Wichasin. 1996. Ahom Buranji. Bangkok: Amarin Printing & Publishing (In Thai)

Ranoo Wichasin. forthcoming. The State of Studies on Shan (Tai Yai) and Ahom Manuscripts. (In Thai)

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Terwiel, B.J. 1988. “Reading a dead language: Tai Ahom and the Dictionaries.” D. Bradley, E.J.A. Henderson & M. Mazaudon (eds.), Prosodic Analysis and Asian Linguistics - to Honour R.K. Spriggs. Canberra: Australian National University

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Terwiel, B.J. & Ranoo Wichasin. 1992. Tai Ahoms and the Stars; Three Ritual Texts to Ward off Danger. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University SEAP

Thurgood, Graham. 1994. "Tai-Kadai and Austronesian, the nature of the historical relationship." Oceanic Linguistics 33.2: 345-68

Weidert, Alfons. 1977. Tai-Khamti Phonology and Vocabulary. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag

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Wilaiwan Khanittanan. 1983. “Language of the Tai Phakes.” Linguistics and Historical Lines - the Evolution of Thai and English. Bangkok: Thammasat University (In Thai)

Wilaiwan Khanittanan. 1986. “Kamti Tai: from an SVO to an SOV Language.” B.H. Krishnamurti (ed.), South Asian Linguistics - Structure, Convergence and Diglossia. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 174-8