The English language and Western European culture are not Native to North America.

All that the forced pretense of 'Western European indigeneity in the Americas’ does is weaken the hold Western European tribes have on Western Europe itself.

Britain and many other older Western European 'nations' are in very fast and steep decline.

Common sense.


Elizabeth Phillips is an old Canadian woman, the last surviving fluent speaker of Upriver Halkomelem.

There are a few people like her in the U.S., including Verdena Parker and Marie Wilcox.

Marie Jones, the Last fluent speaker of the Eyak language of Alaska, died in 2008.

Hazel Sampson, the last fluent speaker of the Klallam language of Washington, died in 2014.

Doris McLemore was the last fluent speaker of the Wichita language spoken by Natives in the Oklahoma area, and died in 2016.

Edwin Benson was the last fluent speaker of Mandan, spoken on the Great Plains of North America. He also died in 2016. 

There are quite a few people around the world in that situation. 

Some speak language isolates, languages that have no obvious resemblance to any other known languages


The Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 gave 'U.S. citizenship' to Native Americans.

Convincing Natives to join the army and vote is a sly way to get them to surrender their identity. Native 'reservations' are sterilized plots of land into which Indigenous Americans were herded. The reservations are forbidden from having a military, forbidden from taking any anti U.S. stance, and can be taken away from any tribe at the whim of the U.S. government.


In centuries past, countries would form massive armies to attack each other for plunder.

Then they would force the captured prisoners to join their armies, spread the disease.

This is where Native American tribes are today.

Long since trapped. Forced to pretend surrender.

Pushed to vote, to join the army.

Slowly melting into the blob. 


~ Below are some of the Native American languages that have been made extinct by the United States ~

When a tribe's language goes extinct most of their culture dies too. It becomes a game of pretending to still have a culture as it slowly dies and individuals assimilate into the colonial culture.



Louisiana Extinct 19th century



Oregon Extinct 1942

Last speaker John Albert



Florida Extinct 18th century



Louisiana, Texas Extinct early 20th century



California Extinct 1988

Last speaker Medie Webster



California Extinct 1965

 Last speaker



 Mississippi, Louisiana Extinct 1930s

Last speaker Emma Jackson



California Extinct 1960s



Florida Extinct 18th or 19th century



Oregon Extinct 1930s



California Extinct 1950s

Last speaker Martha Zigler



Louisiana Extinct 1940

Last speaker Delphine Ducloux



Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas Extinct 1990s


~Eastern Abnaki 

Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire Extinct 1993



California Extinct 19th century



Maine Extinct 17th century



Alaska Extinct 2008

Last speaker


~Gros Ventre 

Montana Extinct 2007

Last speaker Theresa Lamebull



Oregon Extinct 1963

Last speaker Hoxie Simmons



Oregon Extinct 1972

Last speaker Martha Harney Johnson



Texas Extinct 19th century



California Extinct 1950s



Washington, Oregon Extinct 1930s

Last speaker Charles Cultee



Oklahoma, Texas Extinct 1940

Last speaker Kai Kai



Washington Extinct 1920s?



Washington Extinct 2014 

Last speaker



Massachusetts, Connecticut Extinct 18th century



New York, Vermont Extinct ~1940



North Dakota Extinct 2016 

Last speaker


~Mattole Bear River 

California Extinct ~1930s



Oregon Extinct 1939 

Last speaker


~Mohegan Pequot 

Southern New England Extinct 1908 

Last speaker



Oregon, Washington Extinct 1958



Delaware, Maryland Extinct 19th century



Rhode Island Extinct 17th century



Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma Extinct 1957 

Last speaker



Washington Extinct 1988



Oregon Extinct 1937



California Extinct 1917 

Last speaker



Mississippi Extinct early 20th century



North Carolina Extinct 1790s


~Pirouette Pueblo 

New Mexico Extinct 18th century



Virginia, Maryland Extinct 1785 to 1790s



California Extinct 19th century?



Connecticut, New York Extinct ca 1800



California Extinct 1958



California Extinct 1980s or 1990s



Oregon Extinct 1970s



Northeast U.S. Extinct 1763



Oregon Extinct 1934



Oregon Extinct 1972



Florida, Georgia Extinct 18th century



Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico Extinct ca 1940



Southeast Alaska, British Columbia Extinct 20th century



Louisiana Extinct 1948 

Last speaker



Oregon Extinct 1983



Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina Extinct 1982



Washington Extinct 1980



Washington Extinct 2001


~Upper Umpqua 

Oregon Extinct ca 1950



California Extinct 20th century



California Extinct 1960s



California Extinct 1990



Oklahoma Extinct 2016 

Last speaker



California Extinct 1962



Oklahoma Extinct 1970s or 1980s



California Extinct 1916 

Last speaker



Oregon Extinct 1930s



California Extinct 2013


There are also little studied Native American languages that are "extinct, unclassified", like the Aranama language of Texas

And countless Native American languages from the early colonial period to the 19th century whose existence, and extinction, was never documented. 

Click here to view a map of vanishing Languages


While the United States has already extincted the vast majority of the Native American tribal languages that pre existed it, other melting pots in the Americas have been less successful at exterminating Native cultures. This has led to all sorts of melting pot intrigue by the United States, efforts to isolate and weaken areas where indigenous culture and language survive. These efforts include 'drug control' and military projects, etc, always with the long term goal of weakening indigenous influence.


When 'melting pot' groups, colonizers, fight against an indigenous rival within 'their' territory, only one can survive. 


Some Wikipedia lists.