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Introduction: Native Language and Tradition

From: Victoria Ambuhl
Length: 07:30

The Berlitz Language Center at the Oneida Reservation in Oneida, NY hosts a discussion on efforts to reverse the decline in use of Native Oneida language. The Roundtable tours the Reservation and talks with residents about Reservation life and Native traditions. Read the full description.

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The Berlitz Language Center at the Oneida Reservation in Oneida, NY hosts a discussion on efforts to reverse the decline in use of Native Oneida language.  The Roundtable tours the Reservation and talks with residents about Reservation life and Native traditions.

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Piece Description

The Berlitz Language Center at the Oneida Reservation in Oneida, NY hosts a discussion on efforts to reverse the decline in use of Native Oneida language.  The Roundtable tours the Reservation and talks with residents about Reservation life and Native traditions.

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