Upper Tanana Athabascan is spoken mainly in the Alaska villages of Northway, Tetlin, and Tok, but has a small population also across the border in Canada. The indigenous name for the language is Nee'aaneegn'. During the 1960s, Paul Milanowski established a writing system, and he worked with Alfred John to produce several booklets and a school dictionary for use in bilingual programs. James Kari recorded and transcribed a book of stories by Mary Tyone in 1996.
- Upper Tanana materials in the Alaska Native Language Archive
- Yukon Native Language Center materials on Upper Tanana, including alphabet chart and audio storybooks
- UAF Newsroom article on postdoctoral fellow Olga Lovick's work with Upper Tanana
- Some common expressions in Tanana and other Alaska Native languages)