Language Resources

Welcome to the Language Resources page! Language is vital to the survival of culture. Due to the effects of colonization and assimilation, many Indigenous languages are nearly extinct with only a handful of first language speakers left in a community.

This page is dedicated to the language revitalization efforts of the First Nations of Wisconsin. The links below will take you to some of the strongest revitalization programs in our state.

There are also several iPad and Android apps that have been created to facilitate the accessibility for, and immersion of, new language learners.

For Oneida Language Revitalization check out:

Oneida Language Home Page

Oneida Language Dictionary

For Menominee Language check out:
Menominee Language Institute

Bloomfield's Menominee Lexicon

For Ojibwe Language check out:

the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

Ojibwe Language Anishinaabemowin

and check out this great podcast series:
Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Language's Podcast
For Ho-Chunk Language check out:
Ho-Chunk Language Home Page
For Forest County Potawatomi Language check out:
Forest County Potawatomi Language
For Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Language check out:
Stockbridge-Munsee Language & Culture Committee
Indigenous Language Apps are a great way to engage students and take language lessons on the go. Check them out on an iPad or Android devices.
Forest County Potawatomi Language App
Ho-Chunk Language App (for Apple devices)
Ho-Chunk Language App 1.0
Speak Oneida Part 1 (Android version coming soon)

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