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Ronald Snake Edmo discusses language preservation.
 
Website Referral
 

Shoshoni Language Home Page
http://www.isu.edu/%7Eloetchri/
Articles, alphabets, dictionaries, lessons in speaking Shoshoni, stories and writing, available to view in Sosoni' or English languages. Under construction from Idaho State University, Pocatello.

Guide to Reading Shoshone
http://www.isu.edu/departments/anthro/shoshoni/readshoshoni.1.htm
A Shoshone language page giving hints on reading the language of the Shoshone people with the Roman/English Alphabet

 
Background: Boysen State Park, courtesy State of Wyoming