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IN WISCONSIN

Ho-Chunk Language

  • Aired: 05/06/2010
  • 07:16
  • Rating: TV-G
Wisconsin's Ho-Chunk Nation is trying to keep its culture alive by teaching younger members to speak the language. There are 7,000 members in the tribe and only 300 speak their native tongue. In Wisconsin Reporter Art Hackett shows you how a researcher from halfway around the world could save this native language in Wisconsin.
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A linguist from Germany helps the Ho-Chunk Nation prepare a grammar textbook.
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