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This page contains information about the many Native language programs at BYU and also provides resources for studying Native languages.
BYU Language Resources
BYU teaches regularly teaches 62 languages, with another 30 offered if sufficient interest is expressed. Among these languages are many indigenous languages. The following links lead to program information for many of these.
This is a powerful online resource for the comparative study of Native American languages, representing 400 years of linguistic data and over 40 languages. Built from the ever-expanding catalog of our American Language Reprint (ALR) series, the Interactive ALR puts a growing 12,000 word linguistic database and powerful search capabilities into the hands of scholars, allowing for immediate comparison of dozens of historical vocabularies.