Language materials from Piegan Institute:
Piegan Institute is a private nonprofit on the Blackfeet reservation in Motnana. Their mission is to preserve, promote and research Native langauges.
Jack Holterman, et. al., A Blackfeet Language Study: A Special Study of the Blackfoot Language on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, 1932-1996. Presented by Piegan Institute, 1996.
Jack Holterman, et. al., Nizi Puh Wah Sin (Real Speak) Amskapi Pikuni Language Lessons. Piegan Institute, 2000.
Jack Holterman, et. al., Piegan Institute Blackfeet Language Grammar Rules. Piegan Institute, no date.
Rosalyn LaPier and Shirlee Crow Shoe. Blackfeet Terms of Material Culture. Monograph created in collaboration with the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Summer 2004.
Mazuki Miyashati and Shirlee Crow Shoe. "Blackfeet Lullabies and Language Revitalization," from J. Reyhner and L. Lockard, eds., Indigenous Language Revitalization: Encouragement, Guidance & Lessons Learned. Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University, 2009.
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