Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885

LAKOTA AND DAKOTA
LANGUAGE RESOURCES

Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Dakota Laguage and Culture: This site is a collaborative effort to bring information about the Dakota Language and culture to people using the internet. We have already placed over 1000+ words online with english to dakota translations.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Dakoteyah Wogdaka!–Talk Dakota! According to the site introduction: "Dakoteyah Wogdaka is an interactive audio program that will assist you in learning some basic words and phrases of the Dakota language. It is brought to you as a project of the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center (NAWHERC) and our language immersion program for local children. We are located on the Ihanktonwan (Yankton) Sioux reservation along the Missouri River in the southeastern part of South Dakota."

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Lakota Language Consortium : LLC is a nonprofit organization focused on revitalizing the Lakota language.  LLC develops and publishes Lakota language textbooks and other curriculum materials for schools serving Lakota children grades K-12.  The goal of the organization is to create linguistic proficiency in Lakota among the students and promote activities that encourage Lakota language use in schools and communities.   The site features the latest statistics on Lakota use and language resources.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Language Distribution Map of Lakota Dakota and Nakota : Jan Ulrich provides this information on the distribution of dialects spoken by the Lakota, Dakota, Assiniboine, and Stoney.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Siouan Languages Bibliography:The purpose of this web site is to bring together in one place a searchable bibliography of all the linguistic and language related work done on the Siouan-Catawban languages.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Siouan Texts: This site has the largest collection of Lakota language texts on the internet.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakota Language Classes: Jerome Kills Small offers these Lakota Language courses at the University of South Dakota.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Talk Indian: Fort Peck Community College provides both on-lin tutorials and links to language learning materials.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Dakota Language Home Page: An innovative instructor in languages, Jim Green utilizes "The Silent Way" to teach Native languages with respect.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 University of Colorado Lakhota Project: The University of Colorado at Boulder houses a Lakhota Language project.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Lakota Language A fee-based Language course via the World Wide Web

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Lakota Language Products This company, World Language Resources, provides language instructional materials as well as text fonts for word processing Lakota.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakota This is a page in English and Spanish dedicated to help preserve the Lakota culture and language. There are some language materials on the site.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakhota Iyapi This Yahoo Club (membership by subscription) is dedicated to the speaking learning and teaching of Lakota and Dakota.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakhota · Lakhota Language & Culture This Yahoo Club (membership by subscription) is dedicated to the speaking learning and teaching of Lakota and Dakota language and culture.




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