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Iowa-Otoe-Missouri Language (Chiwere)
Chiwere is a Siouan language of the Great Plains.
It has three dialects, spoken by the Ioway, Otoe, and Missouria tribes, but only the Ioway dialect has native speakers still living today.
Ioway-Otoe-Missouri language samples and resources.
˜Ioway Tribe Culture and History
Information and links about the Ioway Indians past and present.
˜Otoe Tribe Culture and History
Information and links about the Otoe Indians past and present.
˜Missouri Tribe Culture and History
Information and links about the Missouri Indians past and present.
˜Otoe Indian Legends
Introduction to Otoe mythology.
˜Ioway Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Ioways, their language and culture.
˜Otoe Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Otoes, their language and culture.
˜Missouri Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Missouris, their language and culture.
Our Chiwere Language Materials
Chiwere Vocabulary (Otoe):
Our list of vocabulary words in the Otoe language, with comparison to words in other Siouan languages.
Chiwere Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Iowa language materials including vocabulary, language lessons and texts.
Hello Oklahoma: Iowa and Otoe-Missouria Tribes:
Ioway language greeting, alphabet, and links.
Ioway-Otoe-Missouria Language Publications
A thorough bibliography on the three dialects of the Chiwere language.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia article on the Chiwere language.
La Lengua Oto:
Information about the Otoe language in Spanish.
Chiwere links pages.
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