Samoan Sign Language
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|Samoan Sign Language|
|Native to||Samoa, and perhaps American Samoa|
|(no estimate available)|
perhaps American Samoa Sign Language, if that is not local ASL or a separate language
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Samoan Sign Language is the deaf sign language, or perhaps languages, of the Samoan Islands. It's not clear if the sign used in Samoa and American Samoa are the same language or if they are even related.
- Don Cabbage & John Peterson, 1990, Samoan Sign Language, vol. 1. International Communication Publishers. 166 pages.
- Don Cabbage & John Peterson, 1990, American Samoa Sign Language, vol. 1. International Communication Publishers. 168 pages.
- Monologue by Donna Lene on Nexus