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Chilluckittequaw Indian Tribe
The Chilluckittequaw were a small Chinookan tribe of Washington State.
Their own language was never properly recorded, but was probably either a Chinook dialect or a closely related language;
they were also users of the
Chinook Jargon trade language that was prevalent in their area.
The Chilluckittequaw do not exist as a tribal entity anymore. Most Chilluckittequaw descendants live among the Chinooks today.
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Chilluckittequaw Tribe History:
Article on the Chilluckittequaw people from the Handbook of American Indians.
Wikipedia article on the Chilluckittequaw Indians.
Four Directions: Chilluckittequaw:
Timeline and links about Chilluckittequaw history.
Books for sale on the Chilluckittequaw Indians
A Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest:
Book on the history of the Northwest Coast tribes, including a section on the Chilluckittequaw.
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