Potawatomi News, Updates, and Language!

The following links will bring you to recent articles posted in our language blog. This blog gives us a good way to present Potawatomi language and news updates. It also allows you to have a voice and comment on our articles!


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Potawatomi Storybook Logo

Potawatomi Storybook Storybook is an interesting and fun online resource that contains fully translated Potawatomi stories with rich understandable language concepts for Potawatomi students.

This language resource includes video lectures, a word-clickable feature that allows users to click on any word to find out what that word means, and vocabulary games to practice words.

Check it out now!...

Welcome to the Future

Earl Meshigaud Potawatomi This may not be exactly what our Elders had in mind when they said that it is our responsibility to orally hand down to the next generation the things that we learn so that those coming behind us would have what we have and more.

We were always reminded to think ahead for seven generations remembering that what we do and how we live will serve as a foundation for those yet to come. As we pick up those things that were left for us and use them to the best of our ability, it is our intent through the electronic world to preserve and pass it on to all future generations. More...

Earl Meshigaud, Hannahville

2013 Winter Storytelling
Winter Storytelling
Community Center
February 1 and 2, 2013
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Play ShiShiBe

Next Shi Shi Be

February 3, 2013
Community Center
NOON to 4:00 PM
click to learn vocabulary
Potawatomi Heritage Center
Potawatomi Heritage Center
Language Lab Hours
Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 5 PM
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Potawatomi Images
Potawatomi Language Revitalization

The Potawatomi Language Program, the Ewikkendaswat Ekenomagewat Project and Language Technology Projects are funded by the Hannahville Indian Community, HIS/NTW School, and Language Revitalization Grants (2006 & 2009) from the ACF Administration for Native Americans (ANA).