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Apalachee Indian Language (Appalachee, Appalachi)
Apalachee was a
Muskogean language of the American Southeast.
Very little is known of it today. Apalachee ceased to be spoken by the community in the early 18th century, although a few words
survived among their descendants. Early Spanish transcripts of the language suggest that it was most closely related to
Like other Muskogean languages, Alabama was a language with morphologically complex verbs and SOV word order.
Apalachee Language Apalachee language samples and resources.
Apalachee Culture and History Information and links about the Apalachee tribe past and present.
Apalachee Indians Fact Sheet Our answers to common questions about the Apalachees.
Our Online Apalachee Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Apalachee language, with comparison to words in other Muskogean languages.
Apalachee Pronunciation Guide:
How to pronounce Apalachee Indian words.
Apalachee Facts for Kids:
Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Apalachees and their lifestyle.
Apalachee Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
The Native Languages of the Southeastern United States:
Information about Apalachee and the other languages of the American Southeast.
Apalache Language Tree:
Theories about Apalachee's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Apalachee Apalachee Language:
Encyclopedia articles on the Apalachee tribe and their language.
La Lengua Apalache:
Information about the Appalachee language in Spanish.
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