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Chumash Indian Life     View
The Chumash are a California Native American tribe that can be traced back thousands of years. This site shows the history of the Chumash through a timeline, highlighting food, medicine, myths, games, dances, language, and cave painting. The early Ch ...

Learning Each Other's Languages: L.V. McWhorter and the Columbia Plateau Tribes     View
Companion to a 2005-2006 exhibition with the theme of "[tribal historian and author] Lucullus Virgil McWhorter's role as a cultural mediator between Anglo Americans and the native peoples of the Columbia Plateau." Includes exhibit panels, p ...

Ethnologue: Languages of the World     View
Search this database by country or name of language. You'll find out how many people speak a language, what languages are similar, and in which countries the language is spoken. More than 6,800 languages spoken in 230 countries. The Name Index lists ...

Aboriginal Languages of Australia     View
Annotated links to over 140 resources for nearly 40 of Australia's more than 200 indigenous languages. Arranged by information type including contacts, dictionaries, word lists, texts, papers, songs, sounds, and more; language name; or by state. From ...

Canku Ota (Many Paths)     View
An online newsletter devoted to "celebrating Native America." Includes news, traditional stories, a kids' page, and links to related information.

Tenas Wawa: Chinook Jargon     View
The pidgin trade language of pioneers and Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest is the subject of this article by Kenneth Watson, written for the White River Valley Museum in Auburn, Washington state. The article is enhanced by historical illustr ...

Language of the Kalispel     View
This site includes English-to-Kalispel and Kalispel-to-English dictionaries, including Dictionary of the Kalispel or Flat-Head Indian Language, and "similar Kalispel language resources housed in Gonzaga University's Foley Library, Special Collec ...

The Whulshootseed Alphabet     View
This site features sample words from the vocabulary of the Whulshootseed Indian language. Also called Puget Sound Salish or Lushootseed, this "is the traditional language of the Muckleshoot people and was spoken throughout the Puget Sound Basin ...

Foreign Languages for Travelers     View
Are you studying a foreign language? Would you like to learn how to say "yes" or "please" in dozens of languages? At the Travlang site, you can listen to basic words and phrases, such as numbers and "thank you," being said in over 60 languages.

Native American Indian Resources     View
This helpful site lists over 300 websites that relate to Native American culture. The author also describes them so you'll know which ones will be most helpful to you.




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