- Quapaw Language
- Language Class Information
Language Class Information
The Quapaw Language has been passed down from our elders, and is currently being taught in language classes at the Tribal Museum. Please check the calendar for details.
Beginning level Quapaw language are now available online:
- Lesson One - Numbers
- Lesson Two - Family
- Lesson Three - Body Features
- Lesson Four - Foods
- Lesson Five - Colors and Clothing
- Lesson Six - Animals
- Lesson Seven - Action Words
- Lesson Eight - Greetings and Nouns
- Lesson Nine - Intro to Conversation
Note - Apple product users (iPhone, iPad, iPod and iPod Touch) will need to download an app that will allow videos containing Flash to play. These apps can be found free or for a minimal charge in the App Store.
Quapaw Language DVDs
The Quapaw Language DVD, Speak O-Gah-Pah featuring tribal elder and long-time language teacher Ardina Moore is available free of charge to each enrolled tribal family.
Any non-tribal member wishing to order a DVD may do so at a cost of $20 per DVD.
There will be an $8 shipping and handling charge for each DVD that needs to be shipped (for both tribal members and non-tribal members).
DVDs will be shipped when available.
To place an order you may email Karen Hildreth or call 918-674-2619 during normal business hours. Karen will need your name, address and enrollment number if you are a tribal member.
To pay for shipping and/or DVD cost with a credit card call Ally Rickey during normal business hours at 918-542-1853.
A handy reference guide (PDF) developed by Ardina Moore is also available.