List of resources for learning the St̓át̓imcets language, an Interior Salish Languages of B.C. The Northern dialect is spoken by the The northern dialect is spoken by the people of Ts’kw’aylaxw, Xaxli’p and Sekw̓el’wás, Tsal̓álh, Xwísten, and T̓ít̓q̓et.
First Voices: Northern St̓át̓imcets
Words, games, stories and audio pronunciation examples to help you learn the language. On this web page there are also apps to download for apple and android devices. Here are some quick links sections of the website:
Download the app
St’at’imc Stories: Recorded by Kwimstsxn John
A list of stories in audio format, told by Charlie Mack and Baptiste Richie. To listen to these stories, you will need an SD74 log in.
The Upper St̓át̓imc Language, Culture and Education Society
An organization dedicated to preserving and recording the language. Visit these pages to see various publications – many of which are available to borrow through the Lillooet Area Library Association.
Find St̓át̓imcets Dictionary Books
Click here to see St̓át̓imcets language books written by Local Authors that are available in the library catalogue.