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Research Guides

Ukwehuwe / Haudenosaunee Languages

Resources for learning the Ukwehuwe Languages of the Haudenosaunee, also known as Iroquoian Languages.

Language Learning

Additional language resources may be located in the Robarts library stacks at PM1882. You may also use the excel spreadsheet to locate items in the online catalogue.


To locate Mohawk dictionaries at the University of Toronto Libraries, browse the stacks under PM1883.  Alternatively use the excel spreadsheet below to find a book in the online catalogue and use the "shelf browse" feature located at the bottom of the webpage, to view other books from the same category.

Titles from Tsi Ronterihwanónhnha Ne Kanien'kéha Language and Cultural Centre

Jake Thomas Learning Centre collection

The library has purchased a collection of materials from the Jake Thomas Learning Centre in Cayuga language. These are currently in processing. Ask the owner of this guide if you need access to any of the material. A list of titles in the collection focussed on language learning follows. Please note that a cassette player is available in the Media Commons, 3rd floor, Robarts Library.)

Mohawk for Beginners (1 book and 2 cassettes)

#3016 Mohawk language (1 book and tape)

#3093 What she does when she gets up in the morning (Mohawk, 1  book and 1 cassette)

#3066 What he does when he gets up in the morning (1 book and 1 cassette)

#3104 Mohawk Language Phonetics (pamphlet)

#3076 Where is my pencil? (Mohawk, book and casette)

#3025 The Tip of the Iceberg (Mohawk, 2 books and CDs)

#3029 Mohawk Picture Book (1 book and 1 CD)

#3018 Mohawk language (1 book and 1 CD)

#3026 Verb roots Grand River Territory (Mohawk, 1 book and 1 CD)

#3013 Grand River Territory Mohawk Language (1 book and 4 CDs)

#3012 Mohawk Phonology Second Edition (1 book and 2 cassettes)

#3001 Creation Story (Mohawk, 1 book and 1 CD)

##3005 Thanksgiving Address (Mohawk, 1 book and 1 CD)

#3011 Thanksgiving Address Long Version (Mohawk, 1 book and 1 cassette)