Barbara McQuillen

Assistant Coordinator

  Victoria Carlson
Program Coordinator

  Brittany Vigil-Burbank
Language Specialist

  Erika Peters
Administrative Assistant


Yurok Tribe
Klamath Office
190 Klamath Blvd
PO Box 1027
Klamath, CA 95548

Kee-tue skuue-lek
I'm going to school!

Yurok Language Curriculum

File:Woman.s hat, Karok or Yurok people, Honolulu Museum of Art ...

Intro to Basic Yurok Grammar

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Neee'-nes kue weys'-o-nah (Look at the sky)

Nue-ne-pueh OR Kem' (Food)

Cultural Objects (Dale Webster Collection)

6 Preschool level lessons

6 K-3 grade level lessons

6 Basic 4-6 grade level lessons

Yurok Language Resources

UC Berkeley - Yurok Language Project

The Yurok Language Project combines fieldwork with Yurok elders (recording texts, words, and grammatical information) and philological analysis of earlier fieldnotes and recordings. We bring new and older work on Yurok together into a single digital archive, incorporating material from as early as 1850 to the present day.



Yurok Language Project


Yurok Teacher Institute

Phrases of the Month

Class Projects

Health continuum/modified kirkeby

Berkeley Language Site


Yurok Language Audio

Yurok Dictionary

Other Resources

Yurok Alphabet Berkeley writing system

New Alphabet adopted by the Yurok Tribe

[AC]quisition [O]f [R]estored [N]ative [S]peech - ACORNS

The purpose of this website is to support language revitalization efforts of Native American tribes. The Acorn is sacred to the tribes of Northern California and Southern Oregon. The name ACORNS is in honor of these tribes who helped spawn this effort. ACORNS is open source and can be freely used for non-commercial purposes. Acorns software works on all computer platforms.

Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival

The Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival is an organization devoted to implementing and supporting the revitalization of indigenous California languages. Its mission is to assist California Indians in language maintenance and renewal. The Advocates mission is to make their efforts successful. It is the dream of the Advocates that California Indian languages will once again be spoken in native communities.