Dialects. Crow is closely related to Hidatsa spoken by the Hidatsa tribe of the Dakotas; the two languages are the only members of the Missouri Valley Siouan family.
Crow language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Crow Indians.
Learn how to understand crow language by listening to one simple distinction in their "caws" that indicates the difference between alarm calls and other types of calls.
This site will be continually expanding as the Crows.net Project grows.) You are at the Language of American crows. Proceed to Culture of American crows. Crows.net
Crow (Apsáalooke aliláau) Crow is a Siouan language spoken in southeastern Montana in the USA by about 4,350 people. It is closely related to Hidatsa, a Siouan ...
Welcome to Apsaalooke Ammalaau—a project under the Montana Indian Language Preservation Pilot Program. Our goal is to preserve the Apsaalooke Language in its spoken ...
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The Preservation Project. The Montana Indian Language Preservation Project is a pilot program funded by the Montana Department of Commerce to support and assist the ...
Crow Print. Primary tabs. Language (active tab) Feedback; A language of United States. ISO 639-3. cro. Alternate Names. Apsaalooke. Population. 3,000 (Golla 2007 ...
Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Crow Words Welcome to our Crow vocabulary page! Crow is a Siouan language, related to other languages like Hidatsa and Dakota.