Takelma is considered by most linguists to have been part of the Penutian
family of languages, possibly related most closely to Kalapuya.
Though there are still descendents of the Takelma Indians at the Siletz and Grande Ronde reservations, where they and many other Oregon tribes
were forced to relocate in the 1800's, the the last speakers of the Takelma language died in the early 20th century.
Demographic information about Takelma from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Takelma Language Tree:
Theories about Takelma's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Takelma Language Structures:
Takelma linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Information about the Takelma language in Spanish, including a linguistic map of the Northwest Coast.
Takelma Texts and Grammar
Massive work detailing the Takelma language (this is a 600-page book.)