Here is a list of books and handouts that are being used to assist in learning the Haida Language. You are encouraged to download, print and distribute copies as needed. These PDF files can also be saved/read and shared on to the Sony eReader, Amazon Kindle, iPad, iPhone (smart phones) and Kobo devices.

Searchable Enrico Dictionary
A full 2,178 pages of Xaad kil, Xaaydaa kihl, and so on. Includes Old Masset, Alaskan, and Skidegate dialects with some Ninstints words thrown in. One of the most complete all in one glossary, dictionary of the Haida Language. Note: in this dictionary, substitute the R’s and C’s with underline G and X respectively to match current orthography. (238.7MB)
Searchble Enrico Dictionary.pdf

Haida Language Dictionary
A scanned version of the original Haida-English dictionary this website is based on, introduces the Northern Haida alphabet and gives Haida words with English translation. (3.4MB)
Haida Language Dictionary.pdf

Searchable Dictionary of Alaskan Haida
Compiled by Dr. Jordan Lachler.
Sealaska Heritage Institute's Dictionary of Alaskan Haida is the product of years of documentation of the Haida language with assistance from fluent Elders. It's a must-have resource for language learners and for people who are interested in learning more about the Haida culture. Also available as a printed book.

Haida Alphabet/Orthography
The Haida alphabet divided into two charts, consonants and vowels and a short description of each sound for each of the three dialects, Skidegate, Massett, and Alaskan Haida. (120kb, 19 pages)

ERIC - the Education Resources Information Center
an online digital library of education research and information, contains a scanned digital copy of Erma Lawrence’s Haida Language Dictionary of the northern Haida Dialect. (3.4MB)

Haida Songs by John R. Swanton [1912]
This collection of Haida songs, collected early in the 20th century, gives many insights into Haida culture, including class divisions, belief in reincarnation, and the status of women. This etext is presented with the full Haida interlinear text.

Skidegate Haida Dictionary, Edition #9
Compiled by Xaayda Kil, Skidegate Haida Immersion Program. This is a scanned version of the original Southern Dialect or Skidegate Dialect that parts of this website are based on. Gives English words with Haida translation. (updated as scans are added, 57.9MB)

Skidegate Haida Glossary, Edition #13
Compiled by Xaayda Kil, Skidegate Haida Immersion Program. Gives English words with Haida translation. 400 pages. (4.7MB)

Skidegate Yaayda kil Glossary, Edition #16
Compiled by Skidegate Haida Immersion Program. Gives English words with Haida translation. Hosted by Sd50 or School District 50, Haida Gwaii
SHIP Xaayda Kil Glossary 2013 PDF, 652 pages (17.1 MB)
Download Latest A-L 324 pages. (7.3 MB)
Download Latest M-Z 328 pages (7.4 MB)

Hydah Dictionary, 1862
A small dictionary (2 pages) containing some of the words and terms used in the Hydah language with their meaning or equivalent in the English language. Published by Hibben & Carswell, Victoria, V.I., First Printing 1862, printed at The Daily Chronicle. Second Printing 1865, printed at the British Colonist Office. Government Street.
cihm_14366.pdf (1.9MB), http://www.archive.org/details/cihm_14366
cihm_16670.pdf (1.5MB), http://www.archive.org/details/cihm_16670

How to write the Haida Language, 1972
Skidegate Dialect. This small booklet of about 12 pages, gives a brief description of the grammar, sounds, and writing methods used in Xaayda Kil. (4.3MB)

Haida Grammar Guide, 2004
This is a scanned digital copy of a 114 page grammar guide. The goal of this handbook is to help Xáad Kíl students understand the core grammatical patterns of the Haida language. By Jordan Lachler. (31.1MB)

Masset Haida Language Phrase Booklet
Compiled and used by the Chief Matthews School in 2000, this scanned version has about 25 pages of phrases, used in greetings, praises, daily conversational phrases, weather talk, seasonal talk, etc. Many of the phrases are missing tonal marks. Need an exercise to do?!, fill in the missing tonal marks ! Submit scans as pdf to gannyaa@gmail.com or email me the text corrections. (6.1MB)

Sán uu dáng kya’áang? What is Your Name? 
A small 10 page booklet by Shirley Reeser McNally and illustrated by R. Anne Siesfeld, translations by Erma Lawrence, 1970 - 1979 (2.3MB)

A grammar of the Haida language (1906)
This book was written by Reverend J.H. Keen of Metlakatla. A clergyman in Japan . . . writes: "I find no affinity whatever between Ainu (the aboriginal language of Japan) and Haida. Your language is neither Ainu, Japanese, Korean, nor Chinese, nor do I think it has any connection with Manchurian. -- Sept. 23rd, 1906.

Haida grammar by  Rev. C. Harrison (1895)
Those who have occasion to use this Grammar of the Haida Language, may refer with advantage to the notes on this language published by Dr. Franz Boas, in his report to the committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1888, especially as regards the phonology of Haida speech, and to the Report on the Haida’s, by Dr. G. M. Dawson, published by the Geological Survey of Canada in 1878.