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  • “The discipline of those days was drummed into an entire generation of Northern Arapaho, and most tribal members never passed down the language. Of all the remaining fluent speakers, none are younger than 55.

    That is what tribal leaders hope to change. About 22 children from pre-kindergarten through first grade started classes at the school — a rectangular one-story structure with a fresh coat of white paint and the words Hinono’ Eitiino’ Oowu’ (translation: Arapaho Language Lodge) written across its siding.�?

    The New York Times, Its Native Tongue Facing Extinction, Arapaho Tribe Teaches the Young, by Dan Frosch, October 16, 2008

    October 18, 2008