In researching a novel about 1871 Wisconsin, I took my campus's first course in Menominee, an Algonquian Indian language now spoken fluently by fewer than 20 people. According to my teachers, unless a language is spoken, printed on money, or sung in song lyrics, it will disappear. After 1 semester, my Menominee is very basic, but here's my small attempt to keep a few ancient words in circulation.
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