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U of M ceremony marks launch of new online Ojibwe dictionary

The University of Minnesota expects its online Ojibwe dictionary will set a new standard for how to preserve indigenous languages. It includes audio clips and photos, as well as 30,000 Ojibwe words.
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The University of Minnesota expects its online Ojibwe dictionary will set a new standard for how to preserve indigenous languages. It includes audio clips and photos, as well as 30,000 Ojibwe words.

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