New Onondaga Texts Discovered and Pre-Columbian Petroglyphs Explored

mathias | February 10, 2011

Under a 100k National Endowment for the Humanities grant, professor of German and Humanities Katie Faull from Bucknell University (PA) was translating old diaries written in Moravian (Czeck) when she came across letters written in the Onondaga (Iroquois) language, which has around 65-115 remaining speakers, but most use it ceremonially. She gave the current chief [...]

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