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Some of the following files are in Acrobat PDF format. To be able to view them you will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here. Also, if your Acrobat Reader is old you may need to download a newer version.

The Siouan Fonts used in the creation of these PDF files are courtesy of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. Links to information on the Siouan fonts are provided here.

Thanks to Jimm. G. GoodTracks for his assistance in the preparation of these pages.

Thanks also to John Koontz, of the University of Colorado, an associate at the Study of Indigenous Languages Program for his help.

See also Ioway Language Materials for more Jimm Goodtracks material.

Onsite Texts

This Land Here: read an Otoe elder's words on how the allotment of the reservation damaged traditional culture in "This Land Here."

Rabbit Frees the People from Muskrat, translation by Jimm G. Goodtracks, with notes on Ioway - Otoe - Missouria Traditional Stories. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Grandmother, (Hinkuni), with notes on worage, stories during a known time period, based on historical facts. Translation by Jimm G. Goodtracks, with notes on Ioway - Otoe - Missouria Traditional Stories. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Rabbit and the Grasshoppers, adapted by Lance Foster from "The Rabbit and the Grasshopper: An Otoe Myth," by J. Owen Dorsey. Listen to a spoken version by Lance Foster.

The Christmas Story, Jimm G. GoodTracks. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Two Versions of the Lord's Prayer, Jimm G. GoodTracks. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Silent Night, Holy Night, Jimm G. GoodTracks. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Sweet Hour of Prayer, Jimm G. GoodTracks. (NOTE: This file is in Acrobot PDF format. To be able to view it you will need a Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you may download it for free here.) This material is Jimm G. GoodTracks - jgoodtracks at gmail.com.

Links

Off-site link to Jimm G. GoodTracks Ioway Otoe-Missouria Language Website.

Off-site link to Jimm G. GoodTracks text on the Ioway Community Hall hosted by John Koontz at the University of Colorado.


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