Sites related to the Lakota language: Siouan Proper stock, Central family, Mississippi Valley branch, Dakota group. Lakhota was strictly a spoken language until 1910 Father Buechel, a Jesuit priest from Thuringia, Germany began to transcribe Lakhota words. Since then, "Lakhota" has been assigned different spellings. It is generally preferred that adding the "h" encourages accurate pronunciation. Source

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Lakota and Dakota Language Resources
Most comprehensive list of Lakota language-related resources and materials.
Lakota Language Consortium
A nonprofit organization working to revitalize the Lakota language. Site provides current Lakota language usage statistics as well as curriculum materials for elementary school age learners.
Sketch of Lakhota
Linguistic description of Lakhota, a Siouan Language by David S. Rood and Allan R. Taylor. Online version of article originally in the "Handbook of North American Indians, Vol.17 (Languages)", Smithsonian Institution, p.440-482, 1996.
Yahoo! Groups : lakhotaiyapi
This discussion group is helpful for learning to read and write Lakota. The site has a good number of knowledgeable members who can assist with specific questions.
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