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University Offers Free Native Peoples of Oklahoma Online Course
During this spring semester the University of Oklahoma will offer Native Peoples of Oklahoma, a free online course on the cultural traditions and current conditions of the Native A...
Lace From Spiro Mounds Classified as Endangered Artifact
Lace found at the Spiro Mounds in eastern Oklahoma by a University of Oklahoma excavation team in the 1930s has been classified as one of the state’s top 10 most endangered artifac...
Native Youth Language Fair Hits Record Attendance
With expanded poetry submissions and a new comic book and cartoon category, the 11 th Annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair, or ONAYLF as it’s more commonly known, ha...
Registration Open for Native American Language Fair
Last year more than 600 students spoke 32 Native American languages during the two-day Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair (ONAYLF) held at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum o...
Language Preservationists in Oklahoma Scramble to Revive Endangered Tribal Tongues
By the time Osage toddlers learn to speak, their first words are in English. It was not always this way, of course...