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Koyukon Language (Ten'a)
Koyukon is an Athabascan language of Alaska.
The language has been in decline, with mostly older people still speaking it, but some younger people are working
to keep their ancestral language alive.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Koyukon language, with comparison to words in other Athabaskan languages.
Tanana Tribal Council Language Lessons
Audio language lessons in Upper Koyukon including pronunciation, phrases and some grammar.
Illustrated orthography of Koyukon, with examples.
Recordings of oral history from Koyukon elders, in Koyukon and in English.
Koyukon Language, Past and Present
Article on language loss and revitalization among the Koyukon Athabaskans.
Koyukon translation of the Hail Mary prayer.
Athapaskan Languages of Alaska
Place names in Koyukon, Ahtna, Tanana, Gwich'in, and Tanaina.
House of Languages: Koyukon:
Information about Koyukon language usage.
Demographic information about the Koyukon language.
Koyukon Language Tree:
Theories about Koyukon's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Koyukon Language Structures:
Koyukon linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Koyukon Athabaskan Dictionary
Koyukon-English dictionary for sale.
Stories We Live by: Traditional Koyukon Athabaskan Stories
Bilingual presentation of Koyukon Indian legends.
Map of the territory of the Koyukon and neighboring peoples in Alaska.
Collection of Koyukon mythology and traditional stories.
Koyukon Authors Phyllis Ann Fast Mary Tall Mountain:
Koyukon Indian writers, their lives and work.
Athapaskan Women's Costumes and Ornaments:
Photographs and descriptions of Dene, Tutchone, Koyukon, and Slavey traditional clothing.
Make Prayers to the Raven: A Koyukon View of the Northern Forest
Ethnography of the Koyukon Athapaskans by an anthropologist who lived among them.
Additional Resources, Links, and References
Information about the Koyukon language in Spanish.
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