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Degexit'an (Ingalik, Deg Xinag, Deg Xit'an)
Degexit'an is an
Athabascan language of Alaska.
Degexit'an is a highly endangered language spoken by only a few dozen elders today, but some young people are working to keep
their ancestral language alive.
Deg Xinag Numbers:
Worksheet showing how to count in Deg Xinag.
Deg Xinag, Language of the Deg Hit'an
Brief profile of Degexitan with an audio file of a native speaker talking.
Native America Calling: Athabascan:
Audio clips of words and phrases in the Deg Hit'an language.
Rescuing a language
Article on Deg Xinag language revival efforts in Alaska.
House of Languages: Ingalik:
Information about Ingalik language usage.
Degexit'an demographic information from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Wikipedia: Deg Xinag:
Encyclopedia article on the Deg Xinag language.
Ingalik Language Tree:
Theories about Ingalik's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Deg Xinag Language Structures:
Deg Xinag linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Deg Xinag/Ingalik Noun Dictionary
Degexit'an dictionary for sale online.
Article on Ingalik (Deg Hitan) culture and history.
Brief ethnography on the Deg Hit'an tribe.
Deg Hit'an Legends:
Collection of Deg Hit'an mythology and traditional stories.
Ingalik Authors Belle Deacon Dorothy Savage Joseph:
Deg Hit'an Indian writers, their lives and work.
Tales from the Dena: Indian Stories from the Tanana, Koyukuk, & Yukon Rivers
An interesting collection of Deg Hit'an and other Alaskan Athabaskan legends.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Deg Hit'an:
Encyclopedia articles on the Ingaliks.
Information on the Deg Xinag language in Spanish.
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