This is the place to begin to learn the sounds of Carrier or to learn how they are written in the Carrier Linguistic Committee writing system. Examples are provided of all of the sounds and how they are written. There are also examples of contrasts and sequences of sounds unfamiliar to English speakers.
Although these materials are provided in several dialects, for the purpose of learning the sounds and how they are written, it is not important to use materials from your own dialect. The sounds are the same even if the examples are different. For example, when you are learning vocabulary, it matters whether "salmon" is pronounced talo, talook, or talukw in your dialect, but all three begin with the same t-sound. If your dialect is not one of the dialects listed here, you can still use the materials for other dialects. Even if your dialect is listed here, it is useful to become familiar with the voices of different speakers. Also, the topics covered are not exactly the same for the different dialects.
Stories, songs, and so forth with explanations.
Various religious materials are availble from the Dakelh Good News site.
The Central (Stuart Lake) Carrier New Testament and an audio recording of the Gospel of John by the late Ray Prince can be downloaded at no cost from Scripture Earth.
These consist mostly of lists of words, often with example sentences. In some cases there are also legends with illustrations.