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The Cherokee language is gravely at risk. The three Cherokee nations, the EBCI, the UKB, and the CN, joined together in council and declared a state of emergency for the Cherokee language. Here’s a article from the Cherokee One Feather:
Cherokee English Dictionary Online Database http://cherokeedictionary.net/
Dictionary includes entries drawn from King, D. H. (1975). A grammar and dictionary of the Cherokee language. The Raven Rock Cherokee Language Dictionary, cited in the About section of Cherokee English Dictionary Online Database http://cherokeedictionary.net/about is drawn from King’s dictionary section. Unfortunately, most of the resource links on the front page are inoperative. But the link to the Raven Rock Cherokee Language Dictionary (it’s a pdf so navigate from the Cherokee English Dictionary Onlne Database page or cut and paste from here: http://www.culturev.com/cherokee/Raven-Rock-Cherokee-Dictionary.pdf) works, and it is worth a visit for a more traditional dictionary experience.