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Ethnologue is where you can "find, read about, and research the world's 7,117 known living languages."

The Society of Linguistic Anthropology is "devoted to exploring and understanding the ways in which language shapes, and is shaped by, social life, from face-to-face interaction to global-level phenomena."

The Smithsonian Natural Museum of Natural History Department of Anthropology has collections that "are a vast and unparalleled resource for inquiry into the cultures, arts, and technologies of the world's peoples, from deep in prehistory to the present day."

UH Manoa's Center for Oral History has oral interview transcripts on a wide range of topics