Talk:Fox language

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  1. Classification: its relationship to other Algonquian languages; similarities to other languages and unique features
  2. Dialects: differences between Meskwaki (Fox), Othawaki (Sac), and Kiyikapawa (Kickapoo).
  3. Geographical distribution (both historical and current)
  4. Short example of grammar
  5. Vocabulary discussion
  6. Orthography
  7. Sample text

Please cross off these items as they are incorporated into the article. Thanks. CJLippert 19:03, 8 August 2007 (UTC)

According to the article Fox and Kickapoo are either of two Ethnologue codes. Two codes means that two languages are recognised. See also the language family tree as published by Ethnologue. GerardM (talk) 08:05, 9 December 2007 (UTC)

Move Sauk language and Kickapoo language information into this article?[edit]

The articles on the Sauk people and Kickapoo people have more information on the Sauk language and Kickapoo language that probably belongs here. Djembayz (talk)