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Stephen Greymorning

Stephen Greymorning is an Arapaho linguist, scholar, and author. He is also known as Neyooxet, which is one of his Arapaho names. Dr. Greymorning has been very active in the field of indigenous language preservation.

Books by Stephen Greymorning

A Will to Survive: Indigenous Essays on the Politics of Culture, Language, and Identity:
    Anthology of writing about indigenous language preservation compiled and edited by Stephen Greymorning.

Stephen Greymorning Resources

Here are some links to online information about Stephen Greymorning:
 S. Neyooxet Greymorning: Academic profile and bibliography
 Stephen Greymorning: Running the Gauntlet of an Indigenous Language Program
 Stephen Greymorning
 Neyooxet Greymorning: Understanding Culture and Language Ethnocide

And here are our webpages about the Arapaho tribe and language:
 Arapaho language
 Arapaho history
 Arapaho pronunciation
 Arapaho words
 Plains Indian tribes
 Algonquian language family

Here are a few good books about the Arapaho Indians:
 The Arapaho Language
 Tell Me, Grandmother: Traditions, Stories, and Cultures of Arapaho People
 Arapaho Journeys

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