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    Eastern Shoshone language to be taught at UW
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    Starting this fall, University of Wyoming students can take a class to learn the Eastern Shoshone language.

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    By Jeff Karoub
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    The statistics might not be promising, but personal experience offers Brooke Simon hope that her ancestors’ language won’t disappear.

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    Members of a Kenai tribe are trying to preserve their cultural heritage by keeping their language alive.

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    by Skabewis
    Olympia, Washington (ICC)

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