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Wyandot/Huron Indian Language
Wyandot (also known as Huron-Wendat) was an
Iroquoian language of Ontario. The last Wyandot speakers
died in the 1960's, but there is interest in language revival and many young Huron people are studying their ancestral language again.
Wyandot Indian Language
Huron-Wyandot language samples and resources.
Wyandot Tribe Culture and History
Information and links about the Wyandot Indians past and present.
Huron Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to common questions about the Hurons/Wyandots.
Huron Indian Legends
Introduction to Huron mythology.
Our Online Wyandot Language Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Wyandot language, with comparison to words in other Siouan languages.
Wyandot Animal Words:
Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Wyandot language.
Wyandot Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources
A Vocabulary of Wyandot
Wyandot glossary for sale
American Indian Dictionaries:
Wyandot and other Native American dictionaries and language materials for sale.
Wyandot Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Audio files of some Wyandot words
Huron-Wendat Language Plaque
Canadian human rights tribute written in Huronian (Huron-Wendat).
Wyandot Prayers Language Museum: Wyandot:
Translation of the Lord's Prayer and other Christian prayers into Wyandot.
Chart of place names in Wyandot, Mohawk, and Cayuga.
Aboriginal Place Names of Ontario
Map of Ontario labeled with traditional Huron and Ojibwa names with their meanings.
Demographic information about the Wyandot/Huron language.
Huron-Wyandot Language Tree:
Theories about Huron's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Wyandot Language Structures:
Wyandot linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encylopedia articles on the Wyandot Indian language.
Information about the Wyandot language in Spanish.
Wyandotte Indians Hurons Huron Tribe: The Wyandots:
Wyandot Indian books.
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