Tanana Language and Indigenous Languages Resources

Tanana languages (From Wikipedia)
The Tanana languages are Athabaskan languages that include two languages which are Lower Tanana (or Minto) and Upper Tanana (or Nabesna).
Upper Tanana
Upper Tanana is the Athapaskan language spoken in the Yukon by people in the Beaver Creek area who have traditionally lived in the Scottie Creek drainage.

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