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Sarcee Language (Tsuu T'ina, Sarsi)
Sarcee is an Athabaskan language of Northern Canada.
Only a few dozen elders still speak the Sarcee language fluently today, but some younger people are working to preserve
their native language for future generations.
Sarcee Language Sarcee language samples and resources.
Sarcee Culture and History Information and links about the Sarcee tribe past and present.
Sarcee Indian Legends Introduction to the mythology of the Sarcee Indians.
Our Online Sarcee Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Sarcee/Tsuu T'ina language, with comparison to words in other Athabaskan languages.
Sarcee Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Sarcee Indian Language Sarsi Orthography Sarsi Text:
Scanned-in Sarsi language materials from the Rosetta Project.
The Verb "Be" in Sarcee
An academic paper on Sarcee linguistics by Eung-Do Cook, also with a useful bibliography.
Aboriginal Place Names of Alberta
List of Blackfoot, Stoney, Cree, Slavey, and Sarcee placenames in southern Alberta, with their English translations.
House of Languages: Sarcee:
Information about Sarsi language usage.
Demographic information about Sarsi from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Information about the Sarsi language including a linguistic map of the Great Plains. Page in Spanish.
Sarsi Language Tree:
Theories about Sarsi's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Tsuut'ina Language Structures:
Sarcee linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Sarcee Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources
A Sarcee Grammar
Linguistics text on the Sarcee language for sale.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Information about the Sarcees in German.
Sarcee Nation Sarsi (Tsuu Tina):
Sarsi links pages.
Sarcee Indian books.
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