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Holikachuk Language (Innoko)

Holikachuk is an Athabascan language of Alaska. Holikachuk 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.

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˜Holikachuk Language Resources

Athabaskan Languages and the Schools
     Overview of Alaskan Athabaskan languages, with comparison of Holikachuk, Tanana, Koyukon, and Upper Kuskokwim.
House of Languages: Holikachuk:
    Information about Holikachuk language usage.
Alaska Native Language Center: Holikachuk:
    Profile of the Holikachuk Indians and their language.
Holikachuk Language
     Holikachuk demographic information from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Holikachuk Language Tree:
    Theories about Holikachuk's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Holikachuk Noun Dictionary
     Holikachuk dictionary for sale online. (Amazon affiliate link)

Holikachuk Culture and History Links

Holikachuk Constitution
     Original 1948 constitution of the Holikachuk Indian tribe.
Athabaskan Clothes:
    Pictures of Alaskan Athabaskan clothing, jewelry and beadwork.

Additional Resources, Links, and References

  Endangered Languages Project: Holikachuk:
  Bibliography of Holikachuk language resources.
  Wikipedia: Holikachuk:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Holikachuk people and their language.
   Lengua Holikachuk:
   Information about the Holikachuk language in Spanish.

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