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THE MYSTIQUE OF LANGUAGE

“There were once thirteen native language families in the region that is now Oregon: Alsea, Athabascan, Cayuse, Chinookan, Coosan, Kalapuyan, Klamath, Molala, Sahaptian, Salish, Siuslaw, Takelma, and Uto-Aztecan.  Today only Paiute, Klamath, Wasco, and Sahaptian survive in the spoken form. … Continue reading

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HANG ON TO YOUR OLD YELLOW MAP

Who is Tamástslikt’s audience? Most often, it is both the general public and the tribal heirs. Sometimes it turns out to be one or the other, but Tamástslikt wants to address both. For example, have you come across the yellow … Continue reading

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