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ALA-LC Romanization Tables - Library of Congress web page
Missiology and Orthography: The Unique Contribution of Christian Missionaries in Devising New Scripts journal article
Non-Latin Font: Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics - MonotypeFonts web page
Script & Font Support in Windows - Microsoft Go Global Developer Center web page
Script features by language - web page
Syllabics - Tiro Typeworks web page
The Cree Syllabary book section
Typography and Canadian Syllabics - LanguageGeek web page
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Eastern Canadian Inuktitut - Unicode - UDHR web page
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Northwestern Ojibwa - Unicode - UDHR web page
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Swampy Cree - Unicode - UDHR web page

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