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Tunica Indian Language
Tunica was a Gulf language spoken in what is now Louisiana.
The Tunicas have shared a reservation with the Biloxi
since the early 1800's; though the two tribes were friends and allies, their languages were entirely unrelated, and being
unable to communicate effectively in their native languages, both tribes shifted to French. The Tunica language, like other
Gulf languages, has not been spoken for generations.
Tunica language samples and resources.
Tunica Nation Culture and History
Information and links about the Tunica tribe past and present.
Tunica Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to common questions about the Tunicas.
Our Tunica Language Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Tunica language, with comparison to words in other Gulf languages.
Tunica Animal Words:
Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Tunica language.
Tunica Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Tunica Indian Language Tunica Language Tunica Phonology Tunica Grammar Tunica Text:
Scanned-in Tunica language materials from the Rosetta Project.
A Structural and Lexical Comparison of the Tunica, Chitimacha & Atakapa Languages:
Book of comparative Gulf vocabulary and grammar for sale.
Demographic information about the Tunica language.
Tunica Language Tree:
Theories about Tunica's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Tunica Language Structures:
Tunica linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encylopedia articles on the Tunica Indian language.
Information about the Tunica language in Spanish.
Tunica Indian books.
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