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Cherokee Language and the Cherokee Indian Tribe...
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Language: Cherokee--more properly spelled Tsalagi--is an Iroquoian language with an innovative written syllabary invented by a Native Cherokee scholar. 22,000 people speak the Cherokee language today, primarily in Oklahoma and North Carolina. Though it is one of the healthier Indian languages of North America and the one in which the most literature has been published, the Cherokee language is still in imperiled condition because of government policies as late as the fifties which enforced the removal of Cherokee children from Cherokee-speaking homes, reducing the number of young Cherokees being raised bilingually from 75% to less than 5% today. Sponsored Links. Bless Your Heart: A Meditation, A Taxonomy, A Eulogy. Subject, Meet Verb - NYTimes.com. Time for another exasperated reminder that a singular subject needs a singular verb, and a plural subject needs … well, you know.
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419- Sign Language
Decimal Classification: 49. 437.947 - Yiddish. Cherokee Language and the Cherokee Indian Tribe (Tsalagi, Tsa-la-gi, Aniyunwiya, Chalaque, Cheroqui)
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