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Chemehuevi Indian Language
Chemehuevi is a Uto-Aztecan language of the Western Plateau.
It is closely related to Southern Paiute and is considered by many linguists
to be a dialect of Southern Paiute.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Chemehuevi language, with comparison to words in other Uto-Aztecan languages.
A Chemehuevi Lexicon:
Information about the Chemehuevi language, and an online glossary in progress.
Information about the Chemehuevi language in Spanish.
Ethnologue: Southern Paiute Languages:
Demographic information about the Southern Paiute, Ute and Chemehuevi languages.
Survey of California Indian Languages: Chemehuevi:
Profile of the Chemehuevi language from the University of California at Berkeley.
Chemehuevi Language Tree:
Theories about Chemehuevi's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Chemehuevi Language Structures:
Chemehuevi linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Chemehuevi, a Grammar and Lexicon:
Thorough book on the Chemehuevi language, with grammar and a dictionary.
Colorado River Indian Tribes:
Homepage of the Colorado River Indian Reservation, which Chemehuevi people share with the Mojave, Navajo and Hopi.
Collection of Chemehuevi mythology and traditional stories.
Flag of the Colorado River Indian Tribes Flag of the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians:
Chemehuevi Native Americans:
Demographic information about the Chemehuevi Indians from the Four Directions Institute.
Chemehuevi Indian Tribe History:
Brief historical sketch from Access Genealogy's Indian Tribal Records.
Chemehuevi writers, their lives and work.
Ethnology of the Chemehuevi people.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Colorado River Numic language:
Encyclopedia article on the Ute, Southern Paiute, and Chemehuevi languages.
Encyclopedia articles about the Chemehuevi tribe.
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