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Crow Language

Apsaalooke Language Camp

Apsaalooke Language Camp

See photos from the Apsaalooke Language Camp

July 22, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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10 words in Crow

Dr. Lanny Real Bird teaches Crow language classes at Little Big Horn College and worked with teenagers this summer at a language immersion camp. In this audio clip he demonstrates how to pronounce 10 Crow words.

July 21, 2014 2:52 pm
Jeannie Ferriss is the Yellowstone Baptist College librarian

Jeannie Ferriss is the Yellowstone Baptist College librarian

Jeannie Ferriss is the Yellowstone Baptist College librarian. Here she shows the Bible's Gospel of Mark translated into the Crow language.

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Crow Tribe gets language immersion grant

The Crow Nation has been awarded a three-year grant to help it preserve its language among the youngest members of the tribe.

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Wyola second-grader Jordan Jefferson

Wyola second-grader Jordan Jefferson

Wyola Elementary School second-grader Jordan Jefferson speaks Crow words and makes Plains Indian sign language hand signs during a Crow language class.

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Chance Pretty On Top

Chance Pretty On Top

Chance Pretty On Top, a second-grader at Wyola Elementary School, plays a hand drum while he sings a song in Crow during a Crow language class.

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Wyola Elementary teacher Janice Wilson

Wyola Elementary teacher Janice Wilson

Wyola Elementary teacher Janice Wilson combines Crow words and the Plains Indian sign language to teach second-graders how to speak their native language.

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Students in the Wyola Elementary School's Crow language class

Students in the Wyola Elementary School's Crow language class

Students in Wyola Elementary School’s third-grade Crow language class read along on a smart board as Wilson points out Crow words in a poem.

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Renowned guitarist teaches Pryor kids to write songs

Renowned guitarist teaches Pryor kids to write songs

PRYOR — Charlie Maguire, who played guitar for a decade on “A Prairie Home Companion,” was trying to encourage the Pryor Elementary first- and second-graders to open up.

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