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Nome schools revive Inupiaq language

By Heather Hintze 6:21 PM October 13, 2014
NOME – On a school day in Nome, a class of second graders at Nome Elementary School gathers around Annie Conger as she begins her cultural studies lesson.
Conger is reading “Neeluk : An Eskimo Boy in the Days of the Whaling Ships.”

“Last time, they had to wake up really early to get ready for Kotzebue,” said the second-grade teacher in a recap of last week’s part of the story.

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http://www.ktva.com/nome-schools-revive-inupiaq-language-549/

Updated: August 4, 2016 — 4:22 pm

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