"May peace prevail on earth" in Athabaskan.
Athabaskan is one of the largest North American Indian language families, consisting of about 38 languages including Navajo and the languages spoken by the Apache. It is spoken chiefly in three regions that are not connected to each other: the Pacific Coast, the interior of the southwestern United States, and the region that runs from central Alaska through northwestern Canada. Most of the languages in this family are in danger of becoming extinct.
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