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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
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
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