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American linguist develops braille alphabet for traditional dialect of the Ts'msyen people

American linguist develops braille alphabet for traditional dialect of the Ts'msyen people
The traditional dialect of the Ts’msyen has gained a braille alphabet, thanks to a language enthusiast in California who learned of Sm’algyax through a website and app created by a Prince Rupert resident.

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