The Endangered Languages Project

This project does not appear to be fully loaded with information yet. For instance, in FL the vitality rating of Mikasuki (spoken by the Seminole Indians) is currently unknown- meaning they are not sure how many people can speak it today- and little other information about it is provided. Still, this is an interesting topic for literary discourse, I believe. What do you think the disappearance of classic, native, and/or old-world languages means for the future?

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  1. gina2me

    It seems sad to me. My dad’s side of the family is German. I wish our family had handed that down to each other. I would hate for these languages to be wiped out all together.

    June 29, 2012