Talk:Havasupai dialect

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This page should be merged[edit]

This page needs to be either really expanded or merged with Havasupai. This is a stub and it would be better for the Wikiproject to link right to a page about the whole tribe itself. I say this because I just redid the whole Havasupai page and was gonna put something in there about the language but then i saw this stub. and since its so small i would probably be putting the same amountof info in the Havasupai article as there is in this stub.
Gonzo fan2007 talkcontribs 07:55, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

I have redirected this page to Havasupai and have merged the info and references into it.
Gonzo fan2007 talkcontribs

I plan on contributing what I can to this page to bulk up the amount of information present. Considering how little information is presented here relative to the info in the Havasupai (people) article, it's a pity. Fortunately, my access to a university library might help somewhat with this. Vaaarr (talk) 07:38, 3 July 2010 (UTC)

Oppose. There's nothing wrong with stubs, and the bulk of native American peoples have articles for both the tribe and the language (or else no information about the language at all).--Curtis Clark (talk) 15:27, 3 July 2010 (UTC)