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Kitanemuk is a Uto-Aztecan language of Southern California. The Kitanemuk language has not been spoken since the 1940's and few records remain of it, but it appears to have been closely related to Serrano.

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*Survey of California Indian Languages: Kitanemuk:
    Profile of the Kitanemuk language from the University of California at Berkeley.
Kitanemuk Language Tree:
    Theories about Kitanemuk's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Tinoqui Chalola Indian Council
     Information from an organization representing the Yowlumne and Kitanemuk Indians of the Bakersfield area.
     Article about the pre-history of the Kitanemuks of the Tehachapi Mountains.
Kitanemuk Legends:
    Collection of Kitanemuk Indian legends and folktales.
Kitanemuk Map
     Map showing the territory of the Kitanemuk, Serrano, and other southern California tribes. With a brief profile of each.
Kitanemuk Basket Hat * Indian Clothing * Indian Hats * Indian Hairstyles:
    Kitanemuk and other California Indian clothing.
Four Directions Institute: Kitanemuk Tribe
     Profile and historical timeline of the California tribe. Also with links.

Additional Resources, Links, and References

   Lengua Kitanemuk:
   Information about the Kitanemuk language in Spanish.

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