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Han-Kutchin (Hankutchin, Hwech'in, Moosehide, Dawson)
Han-Kutchin is an Athabascan language of Alaska and the Yukon.
Han is a highly endangered language spoken by only a handful of elders today, but some young people are working to keep
their ancestral language alive.
Overview of Han from the Yukon Native Language Centre, who also sells Han and other Athabaskan language materials.
Alaskan Athapascan fonts for Windows, including Han and ten other languages.
Han Language, Alphabet and Pronunciation:
Phonological inventory of Han, with a sample text.
Han orthography and text example.
Han Language Plaque
Canadian human rights tribute written in Han.
Han translation of the Lord's Prayer and other Christian prayers.
House of Languages: Han:
Information about Han language usage.
Han demographic information from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Han Language Tree:
Theories about Han's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
History of the Han tribe in Canada.
Canadian Peoples: Na-Dene:
Ethnography of the Han and other Athabaskan nations.
Community profile and history of the Han people of the Yukon.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Tr'ondek Hwech'in (Han):
Online exhibit of Han artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Collection of Han Indian legends and folktales.
Four Directions: Han:
Timeline and links about Han history.
The Han Indians: A Compilation of Ethnographic & Historical Data on the Alaska-Yukon Boundary Area
Ethnography of the Han tribe for sale online.
Additional Resources, Links, and References
Wikipedia: Hän North American People: Hän Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in:
Encyclopedia articles about the Han people and their language.
Peuples autochtones de la a zone boréale:
Information about the Han and other First Nations of Northern Canada in French.
Han language information in Spanish.
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