From Grandma's Knees to College Classroom

Locklear, Linda Rose; Elliott, Eric
April 2002
News from Native California;Spring2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p34
Focuses on efforts to preserve and revitalize the Luise ñ o language, an indigenous language of southern California. Background on the language; Actions taken by Luise ñ o speaker Villiana Calac Hyde and linguist Eric Elliot to preserve the language; Details on the development of seminars and courses on the language; Outlook for the indigenous language.


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