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Exciting Grant Opportunity for Language Preservation Programs

Is there a language preservation program in your community that could use some extra funding? Does your tribe want to start a program but lacks the financial resources? Native American tribes, tribal organizations, educational institutions, community centers and more are … Continue reading

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Cayuga Language Receives Revitalization Support from Canadian Government

The Cayuga language is spoken at the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve in Ontario, Canada.  Prior to European contact, the Cayuga people lived in present-day New York State on Lake Cayuga.  Many moved to Ontario once the American … Continue reading

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National Archive Housing Documentation for 250 Native Languages Receives Significant Grant

The National Anthropological Archives, steward to primary source documentation of over 250 Native languages, received a $323,000 grant this month to preserve its materials and improve access for researchers. The NAA was founded by an act of Congress in 1879 … Continue reading

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