What Do You Call People From...?
This week’s CAIRNS Etanhan Wotanin column explores the word “demonyms”, which refers to the collective names of people who live in a particular place. For instance, the demonym for people who live in South Dakota is “South Dakotans”. For people who live in the United States of America, their demonym is “Americans". But what about American Indian reservations,? Are there demonyms for the residents of reservations? The column, “What Do You Call People From…?” can be read now by clicking here, or later this week in the Lakota Times newspaper. The image above is from our “Reservations in South Dakota” poster.