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Back in July we blogged about an award-winning film, We Still Live Here, documenting the revival of the Wampanoag language. The language had been dormant for over a century when one determined woman made it her mission to teach it … Continue reading
Those who follow Native language news may be familiar with the name Jesse Little Doe Baird. In the mid 1990’s Little Doe Baird, a Wampanoag social worker, began having reoccurring dreams. In these dreams, oddly familiar people from another time … Continue reading