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Dogrib Language (Tlicho, Tli cho Dinne, Thlingchadine)
Dogrib is an
Athapaskan language of Northern Canada.
It is spoken today by around 2500 people in the Northwest Territories.
List of vocabulary words in the Dogrib language, with comparison to words in other Athabaskan languages.
Worksheet showing how to count in Dogrib.
Dogrib Animal Words:
Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Dogrib language.
General information, a Dogrib text, and an adaptation of Canadian Aboriginal syllabics for Dogrib.
Dogrib translation of the Lord's Prayer.
Dene Place Names of the Northwest Territories
Map of the Great Slave Lake region labeled with traditional Dogrib, Slavey, and Chipewyan names with their meanings.
House of Languages: Dogrib:
Information about Dogrib language usage.
Demographic information about Dogrib from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Encyclopedia article on the Dogrib language.
Dogrib Language Tree:
Theories about Dogrib's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
History of the Dogrib people in Canada.
Canadian Peoples: Na-Dene:
Ethnography of the Dogrib and other Athabaskan nations.
Tlicho Land Claims
News, treaties, and reports from the Dogrib First Nation.
Picture and description of the traditional Dogrib canoe style.
Canoeing Cultures: The Dene:
Dogrib and other Dene canoe-building and traditional culture.
Collection of Dogrib Indian legends and folktales.
Dogrib writers, their lives and work.
Two Hundred Years of Dene Clothing Dene Children's Clothing:
Photographs and descriptions of Dogrib, Slavey, and Gwich'in traditional clothing.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Dogrib:
Online exhibit of Dogrib artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Tlicho Nation Flag:
Drum Dance Music of Dogrib
CD of traditional hand drum chants by a Dogrib/Dene drum group.
A Man Called Raven What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses?
Two beautiful children's books by a Dogrib author and a Plains Cree illustrator.
Prophecy and Power Among the Dogrib Indians
Anthropology book on the religion and culture of the Dogribs.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia articles about the Dogribs.
Peuples autochtones de la a zone boréale:
Information about the Dogrib and other First Nations of Northern Canada in French.
Lengua Dogrib: Los Dogrib:
Information on Dogrib language and culture in Spanish.
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