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Yuki Indian Language
Yuki was a language isolate (a language unrelated to any other known living language) once spoken in northern California. Some linguists have suggested
it might have been related to Wappo. Language loss has been especially
severe in California, where enslavement and violence against Indian peoples were not actively discouraged, and today few records of the Yuki
Our list of vocabulary words in the Yuki language, with comparison to words in Wappo.
Yuki Indian Language Yuki Phonetics Yuki Phonology Yuki Grammar Yuki Text:
Scanned-in Yuki language materials from the Rosetta Project.
House of Languages: Yuki:
Information about Yuki language usage.
Demographic information about Yuki from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Survey of California Indian Languages: Northern Yukian:
Profile of the Yuki language from the University of California at Berkeley.
Yuki Language Tree:
Theories about Yuki's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Yuki Language Structures:
Yuki linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Round Valley Indian Reservation
History of the Round Valley Reservation, which the Yuki share with descendents of other California Indian tribes.
Curtis' early 20th-century ethnography of the Yuki Indians.
Collection of Yuki Indian legends and folktales.
Excavation to Chronicle Yuki History
Article about Yuki Indians working on an archaeological dig on their ancestral land.
Yuki writers, their lives and work.
Variations on Native Californian Themes:
Guitar adaptations of traditional Yuki, Huchnom and other California Indian songs.
Four Directions Institute: Yuki Tribe
Profile and historical timeline of the California tribe. Also with links.
Ukomno'm: The Yuki Indians of Northern California
Book on Yuki culture and history for sale online.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Information on the Wappo and Yuki languages in Spanish.
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