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    Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

    http://www.sapulpaheraldonline.com/articles/2009/02/14/news/doc4990664724e6e776616303.txt
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    Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

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    The elders are, from left, Henry KasA Washburn, Josephine Barnett Keith, Maxine Wildcat Barnett, Josephine Wildcat Bigler, and Martha Wildcat Squire. Photo submitted February 9, 2009


    On Saturday, Jan. 31, a Tribal Resolution of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation
    recognized and honored five, fluent speakers of the Euchee language
    during their quarterly session.

    After the invocation given by Henry KasA Washburn in the Euchee
    language, the elders sang a traditional Euchee hymn.

    The Muscogee (Creek) National Council introduced and presented
    individual plaques to elders Maxine Wildcat Barnett, Josephine Wildcat
    Bigler, Josephine Barnett Keith, Martha Wildcat Squire, and Henry KasA
    Washburn.

    The plaques acknowledge these elders as the few remaining fluent
    speakers of the Euchee language. The language is recognized as an
    important aspect of the Euchee people because it includes a unique
    culture, worldview, medicinal and traditional knowledge, and unwritten
    histories.

    The Euchee language is classified by linguists as an isolated language
    which means that it is not related to any other language. These elder
    speakers are dedicated to the mission of passing on the Euchee language
    to younger language learners. They serve as language consultants to the
    Euchee Language Project whose primary goal is to produce young fluent
    language speakers.

    Language classes are held daily for adults, classes for pre-school and
    school children are held Monday through Thursday, and a community class
    for all ages is held on Thursday evening. For more information regarding
    the classes contact the Euchee Language Project at 224-6481. The
    language office is located at 1010 S. Main in Sapulpa.

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    Re: Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

    OMG I wonder if anyone of those REAL Yuchis know any of the rempizzant band of gringos fakers WTF ever

    Re: Re: Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

    I do know the real Yuchis of Salpupa OKLA

    Re: Re: Re: Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

    hehehe and somehow I suspect they'll be learning que hay pasando aqui, eh? ¡BIEN!

    Re: Re: Re: Re: Fluent Euchee language speakers honored by tribe

    Yep yet have seen many rempizzant bands of whoever like shawnee in many states like indiana, ohio, kentucky yet all have the same ideal want to be part of something which 50 yrs ago no one wanted to be part of funny that. Pero los *******s como el gordo Y otros con papeles son *******s y puytos de la realidad de quiren attencion y dinero bola de puytos Paz

    RN



    Happy Valentine's Day!

    Re: RN

    You also and I pray that your Son is doing OK, and I see some of your well let me say fellow tenn peeps have their panties in a wedge with differing views but hey the remant band of yufools in tenn and or monicans of the state of confusion man oh man like caca they all want to be chiefs and wear the offical clown outfits and be heap big indians whose peeps were raised by coyotes


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