Northern Tutchone

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Northern Tutchone
Dän k'í
Regions with significant populations
Canada (Yukon)
Languages
Tutchone language
Religion
Christianity, Animism
Related ethnic groups
Southern Tutchone
Map of traditional territory of the Northern Tutchone

The Northern Tutchone are a First Nations people of the Athabaskan-speaking ethnolinguistic group living mainly in the central Yukon in Canada.

Language and culture[edit]

The Northern Tutchone language, originally spoken by the Northern Tutchone people, is a variety of the Tutchone language, part of the Athabaskan language family. Song Keeper Jerry Alfred is leading a movement to keep the language alive through his music.

Governments[edit]

Northern Tutchone First Nations governments and communities include:

External links[edit]