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Historic recordings revitalize language for Passamaquoddy tribal members
by Robbie Feinberg and Erin Slomski-Pritz, All Things Considered
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3 September 2019
On 3 September 2019 NPR reported:
Members of the Passamaquoddy tribe are partnering with the Library of Congress to transcribe wax cylinder recordings from 1890 to help bring the tribe's language back to life.
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