Slave / Tutchone / Beaver

In this page, information about the following Athapaskan languages of Canada: Slave, Beaver and Tutchone. Check also the Athapaskans of Alaska (including Gwich'in), California and Southwest US; and the general Native American sub-index.

Regarding spellings, look at this table below:

Orri honetan, Kanadako hizkuntza atapaskar hauek ditugu: Slave, Beaver eta Tutchone. Ikus, era berean, Kaliforniako, EEBBetako hego-mendebaldeko eta Alaskako atapaskarrak (horien artean Gwich'in herria), eta Ameriketako hizkuntzen azpi-aurkibidea.

Idazkerari dagokionez, beheko taulako egokitzapenak egin ditugu orri honetarako:


Beaver

The Beaver people (self-designation: Dunne-za) are a small group living in Canada, in the Peace River area of eastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta. In 1991 there were 300 speakers (out of 600 population.
 
Ortography in our list is not reliable: some names are phonetizations made by the colonizers.

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Dunne-za

Beaver herria (haiek Dunne-za esaten dute) Kanadan bizi den talde txikia da. Beren lurraldea: Peace River inguruan, ipar-ekialdeko Kolunbia Britainiarrean eta ipar-mendebaldeko Albertan. 1991n 300 hiztun zeuden 600 laguneko taldean.
 
Gure zerrendako izenen ortofrafia ez da fiatzekoa, kolonizatzaileek eginiko fonetizazioen ondorio da.

Mapetan / Map name

Dunne-za

Bear River (river)

Sus-za-ka

Bede Creek (creek)

Apechi Sake

Bushe River (river)

Kl'o monh Sake

Caribou Creek (creek)

Matchi Sake

Devil's Lake

Minke Mets-li

Fish Creek (creek)

Klo-sa-ka / Klo-es-sa-ka

High Level

Tlowma

Hotte Lake

Minkechok



Tutchone

Two distinct Tutchone languages or dialects are spoken in Yukon, Canada. Southern Tutchone is spoken in the southwestern part of the territory. Northern Tutchone is spoken in the Yukon communities of Mayo, Pelly Crossing, Stewart Crossing, and Carmacks. In 1982 there were 450 speakers out of 1,500 population.

Spellings done according to the table at the top of the page.

Tutchone

Yukon lurraldean, Kanadan, Tutchone izeneko bi dialekto edo hizkuntza mintzatzen dira. Tutchoneak eskualde honetako erdialde eta hegoaldean. Guztira, 1982an, 450 hiztun zeuden 1.500 laguneko talde etnikoan.

Idazkeraren xehetasunetarako ikus orri hasierako taula.


Mapetan / Map name

Tutchone

Alligator Lake

Jekudìtl'eda

Big Salmon River

Gyò Cho Chú

Dalton Post

Shawshe

Haines Junction

Dakwakada

Muskrat Lake

Zäna Män

Sekulman Lake

Thechâl Män

Sheep Den Lake

May An Män

Sheep Den Mountain

May An

Von Wilczek Lake (Jackfish Lake)

Lútsäw (1)

Von Wilczek Lake (Rock Island Lake)

Tthe Ndu (1)

(1) Ipar Tutchone hizkuntzan ofizialki ezarria, lehen izen bera zuten laku batzuk desberdintzeko. Gainerako izenak Hego Tutchone hizkuntzan daude.
(1) North Tutchone name, officially given to two lakes that bore the same name previously. Rest of the names in South Tutchone


Slave

The Slave language is the tongue of the people of Mackenzie river, which they call Deh Cho, great river. Several groups known as Slavey, Hare, Sahtu spoke this language (which they call Dene) and live in the NW Territories and in northern Alberta, in Canada. In 1982 there were 4,000 speakers out of 5,000 population.

Spellings done according to the table at the top of the page.

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Dene

Slave hizkuntza Kanadako Mackenzie ibaiko jatorrizko biztanleena da. Zenbait taldetan daude banatuta: Slavey, Sahtu, Hare (erbiak...), baina denek Dene esaten diote beren hizkuntzari. 1982an 4.000 hiztun inguru ziren 5.000 laguneko talde etnikoan.

Idazkeraren xehetasunetarako ikus orri hasierako taula.


Mapetan / Map Name

Dene (Slave)

Anderson River

Sihta

Busher River

Tl'o monh Sake

Caribou Island

'Edeedúé

Colville Lake

K'áhbamitúé

Fort Franklin

Déline

Fort Norman

Tulit'a

Grizzly Bear Mountain

Sahchozhúé

Hay River

Tsentu / K'atl'odée

High Level

Tlowmeh

Indian Cabins

Tsentu

Mackenzie Mountains

Nah Aa

Mackenzie River

Deh Cho

Meander

Tahji

Meander River

Tahcheh

Nahanni Butte

Tthenaagoo

Nahanni River

Náhháadehé

Norman Wells

Le Góhlin

Old Baldy

Xawéhgewe

Rabbitkettle Hot Springs

Gaotha

Rae Lakes

Gahmi»tué

Yellowknife

Sóbakóé

Zama River

K'olaa Zaheh



Mapak / Maps

Mapak beste leiho batean irekiko zaizkizu.
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Hizkuntza atapaskarrak
Map of all Athapaskan languages

Yukon lurraldeko hizkuntzak
Languages of Yukon Territory


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