OLAC Record

Title:Koasati and Language Practices of the Coushatta Tribe
Contributor (depositor):Stephanie Hasselbacher
Contributor (sponsor):Endangered Languages Documentation Programme
Coverage:Elton, Louisiana
Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana
Date Created (Period):start=2011-01-01; end=2012-06-01;
Description:Koasati is the language of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana (Muskogean family). It is still spoken fluently by approximately 200 people, many of whom live on or near the Coushatta Reservation outside Elton, Louisiana. This project began as a collaborative documentation and revitalization effort between the Coushatta Heritage Department and The College of William and Mary. Its goals were to transcribe, annotate, and archive historical Koasati materials in a way that is accessible to the Coushatta community, as well as create audio and video documentation of informal language practices that will assist language learners with contemporary, context-dependent Koasati language use.
Identifier (URI):http://elar.soas.ac.uk/deposit/0075
Language (ISO639):cku
License (URI):http://www.elar-archive.org/using-elar/terms-conditions.php
Publisher:Endangered Languages Archive
Publisher (URI):http://elar-archive.org
Spatial Coverage (ISO3166):US
Spatial Coverage (Point):east=-92.700000; north=30.550000
Type (DCMI):Collection


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OaiIdentifier:  oai:elar.soas.ac.uk:0075
DateStamp:  2013-11-04
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Citation: Stephanie Hasselbacher (depositor); Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (sponsor). start=2011-01-01; end=2012-06-01;. Endangered Languages Archive.
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