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Tubatulabal Language

Tubatulabal, called Pakaanil by its own speakers, is a Uto-Aztecan language.
It is spoken today by only a few elders in Southern California.

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Tubatulabal Language Resources

Tubatulabal Vocabulary
     Our list of vocabulary words in the Tubatulabal language, with comparison to words in other Uto-Aztecan languages.
     Some information on the phonology of Tubatulabal, with a few examples.
AILLA: Tubatulabal:
    Archive of Tubatulabal language recordings available for download.
House of Languages: Tubatulabal:
    Information about Tubatulabal language usage.
Ethnologue: Tübatulabal:
    Demographic information about the Tubatulabal language.
*Survey of California Indian Languages: Tubatulabal:
    Profile of the Tubatulabal language from the University of California at Berkeley.
Tubatulabal Language Tree:
    Theories about Tubatulabal's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Tübatulabal Language Structures:
    Tubatulabal linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Tubatulabal Culture and History Links

The Tubatulabal
     History and traditional culture of the Tubatulabal tribe.
Tubatulabal Legends:
    Collection of Tubatulabal mythology and traditional stories.
California's Native American Tribes: Tubatulabal
     Book for sale on the culture and history of the Tubatulabal tribe.

Additional Resources, Links, and References

   Lengua Tubatulabal:
   Information about the Tubatulabal language in Spanish.
   Four Directions: Tubatulabal:
   Tubatulabal links pages.

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