Cherokee Syllabary and Sounds (from the Official Cherokee Nation web page)
Cherokee Indian Language – Want to learn the Cherokee Language? This is a great place to start and get your feet wet. There are many lessons and examples to learn from as well as sound recording pronunciation guide (provided in many audio formats).
Comanche Language & Cultural Preservation Committee
In July of 1993, this organization was formed with the vision of reviving the Comanche language into a “living language” once again. Most of our fluent speakers are elderly, and they are not being replaced with new, younger speakers as they pass on. We want to change that trend and provide the opportunity for Comanche people of all ages to be able to speak, write and understand the language in order that it and our culture might live on. Language tapes & books are available on the website.
Dakoteyah Wogdaka!â€“Talk Dakota!
Dakoteyah Wogdaka is an interactive audio program that will assist you in learning some basic words and phrases of the Dakota language. It is brought to you as a project of the Native American Womenâ€™s Health Education Resource Center (NAWHERC). We are located on the Ihanktonwan (Yankton) Sioux reservation along the Missouri River in the southeastern part of South Dakota. Sioux / Lakota Indian Language
Ethnologue.com – Language Map of USA
Ethnologue.com is a place where you can conveniently find many resources to help you with your research of the world’s languages. Ethnologue.com is owned by SIL International, a service organization that works with people who speak the worldâ€™s lesser-known languages.
Information about the locations of the world’s living languages and have created a set of maps which include most of the countries of the world. These color language maps identify and display various Native American languages and where they are spoken.
Native Languages of the Americas: Preserving and promoting American Indian languages
Native Languages of the Americas is a small non-profit organization dedicated to the survival of Native American languages, particularly through the use of Internet technology. Our website is not beautiful. Probably, it never will be. But this site has inner beauty, for it is, or will be, a compendium of online materials about more than 800 indigenous languages of the Western Hemisphere and the people that speak them.