There are somewhere around 100 native speakers of the Seneca language remaining, mostly in western New York. Persuaded as I am that these languages ought to be preserved, I applaud small gestures like this:
Road signs written in the Seneca language in upstate New York pic.twitter.com/KlU5vnRuoh
— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) March 22, 2019
Interestingly, Seneca has only 14 letters, if you count the colon as a letter, as they do. Three of them can also appear with umlauts, so at least they can have metal bands.