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CaptionThe Ohlone language family also known as "Costanoan" is a family of languages of the San Francisco Bay Area spoken by the Ohlone peoples. It is a member of the hypothetical Penutian language phylum or stock and along with the Miwok languages the Utian language family. The most recent work suggests that Costanoan Miwok and Yokuts may all be sub-families within a single Yok-Utian language family ________ A newly-discovered text from Mission Santa Clara provides evidence that Chochenyo of the East Bay area and Tamyen of the Santa Clara Valley were closely related dialects of a single San Francisco Bay Costanoan language. The Costanoan languages were all considered extinct by the 1950s. However today Mutsun Chochenyo and Rumsen are being "revitalized" relearned from saved records. ________________Ohlone Indians. The Bancroft Library is the primary special collections library at the University of California Berkeley.
HeadlineCostanoan or Ohlone languages were all considered extinct by the 1950s but today are being "revitalized"
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ohlone_languages
CreditBancroft Library
URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohlone_languages

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