Information from: “Personal communication regarding Bering Aleut and Mednyj Aleut” . Evgeny Golovko (2021)
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Small group of second language learners in Nikolskoye (Bering Island) are using manuals and recordings to teach community and extra-curricular school classes to anyone who wants to learn. They are in permanent contact via social media with Atkan Aleut speakers in Alaska, who dialect diverged when they moved away in the 19th century.
Nikolskoye (Bering Island)
Information from: “One rare dialect less as the world's last speaker of Bering dialect of Aleut language passes away” . The Siberian Times Reporter (2021)
She left behind translated novels and poems, and national songs and stories.