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Gwich'in [also: Kutchin or Gwitchin]
Gwich'in {pl} [auch: Gwitchin oder Kutchin]
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  • Gwich'in {pl} [auch: Gwitchin oder Kutchin] = Gwich'in [also: Kutchin or Gwitchin]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A Gwich'in from Old Crow, Peter later served as a councillor and Deputy Chief of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation after leaving territorial politics.
  • He founded the Gwichyaa Gwich'in Ginkhe', a non-profit organization in Fort Yukon in 1970, also known as the "three G's".
  • However, the two stations diverge from Radio One network programming in the afternoon, producing separate programming streams for their local First Nations (Gwich'in) and Inuit (Inuvialuit) communities.
  • In 1996, Nerysoo was elected as President of the Gwich'in Tribal Council and served until 2000.
  • The First Nations people who make up the majority are Gwich'in (Teetł'it Gwich'in) and the two principal languages spoken are Gwichʼin and English.

  • Di'haii Gwich'in (translation: "Gwich'in living the farthest away" or "those living farthest downstream") are a small Gwichʼin tribe of the Athabaskan linguistic stock.
  • The Midway Lake Music Festival is held annually among the Teetl'it Gwich'in, one of the First Nations of the Northwest Territories.
  • The Gwich'in of Aklavik are covered under the "Gwich'in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement", signed in 1992, and are represented by the Ehdiitat Gwich'in Council, as well as the Aklavik First Nation.
  • She was a Gwich'in and the youngest child of early-20th-century Gwich'in leader John Fredson.
  • In 1990, Alexie led the Gwich'in delegation at a Territories-wide meeting of Dene and Metís groups working on a comprehensive land claim agreement between these groups and the government of Canada.

  • The local Gwich'in name for the river is "Draanjik," [...] which translates as "Caches Along The River." The river gives its name to the Draanjik Gwich'in of Chalkyitsik.
  • The nouns in the language generally consist of English, Chipewyan, and Slavey, whereas the verbs and pronouns are derived from French. Adverbs are typically pulled from Chipewyan and Gwich’in. There is, however, a lot of variation in Slavey Jargon. Gwich’in verbs can be mixed with French nouns or phonemically modified French sentences exist.
  • Gwich’in in the Northwest Territories have hunted Bluenose East and Bluenose West barren-ground caribou (R. t. granti) herds and the Porcupine caribou herds ("R. t. groenlandicus") from time immemorial. The word for "caribou" in the Gwich’in language, which is part of an Athabaskan language, is "tradivadzaih".
  • There is a stable population of boreal woodland caribou throughout a large portion of the Gwich’in Settlement Area that are an important food source for the Gwich’in, although they harvest them less than other caribou. Gwich’in living in Inuvik, Aklavik, Fort McPherson, and Tsiigehtchic harvest boreal woodland caribou, but not as much as other caribou.
  • The Gwichyaa Gwich [...] in are the easternmost of the Gwich [...] in groups. Two bands of the main tribe are extinct, the Tatsakutchin of Rampart, Alaska and Tennuthkutchin of Birch Creek.

  • The area of the land covered by the Inuvialuit Settlement Region is [...]. Aklavik (Aklavik Indian Band, Ehdiitat Gwich’in Council) and Inuvik (Nihtat Gwich’in Council) are shared with the Gwich’in people, who are represented by the Gwich’in Tribal Council.
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