Indigenous Language Map - Haida

Haida (Xaat K\xedl) is the language of the southern half of Prince of Wales Island in the villages of Hydaburg, Kasaan, and Craig, as well as a portion of the city of Ketchikan. Haida is considered a linguistic isolate with no proven genetic relationship to any language family.
About 600 Haida people live in Alaska, and about 15 of the most elderly of those speak the language. A modern writing system was developed in 1972.

Common Expressions

háw'aa thank you
sán uu dáng giidang? hello (how are you?)

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