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The Dakelh (pronounced [tákʰɛɬ]) or Carrier are the indigenous people of a Most Carrier call themselves Dakelh, meaning "people who go around by boat".

Dakelh is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Dakelh books and related discussion.

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Relative Clause Structure in Dakelh (Athapaskan)
Anti-Homophony Effects in Dakelh (Carrier) Valence Morphology
Tl'azt'en Measures of JPRF's Support for Cultural Revitalization
bilingual or primarily use Dakelh, by type. •Number and/or Percentage of JPRF staff who speak Dakelh fluently.

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Grassroots Gathering to Resist Proposed Pipelines
The Wet'suwet'en are closely related to the Dakelh, or Carrier, and were once referred to as the Western Carrier. There are four main communities of the Wet'suwet'en: Burns Lake, Palling, Hagwilget, and Moricetown.
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He spoke partly in Dakelh (Carrier), and then announced he has made the commitment to be alcohol and drug free. Tim Erickson also spoke strongly about alcohol and drug use, saying his priorities are education and housing.

Suggested Web Resources

Carrier people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most Carrier call themselves Dakelh, meaning "people who go around by boat".
Information About the Dakelh Language
Information About the Dakelh Language.
ᑕᗸᒡ Dakelh (Carrier Language)
Dakelh (ᑕᗸᒡ)
Dakelh is spoken in the central interior of British Columbia.
Dakelh Carrier Portal Websites
Find portal websites to the Dakelh Carrier Indians of British Columbia, Canada with First Nations Seeker's Dakelhne Carrier page!

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