Coast Oregon Penutian languages
The Coast Oregon Penutian languages are a proposed family of three small languages or language clusters on the Oregon Coast that has moderate support. Although much of their similarity is demonstrably due to language contact, linguists such as Scott DeLancey believe they may be genealogically related at a greater time depth. They are part of the much more hypothetical Penutian proposal.
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Coast Oregon Penutian languagesEdit
The Coast Oregon Penutian languages are:
All Coast Oregon Penutian languages became extinct in the 20th century.
- Grant, A. (1997). Coast Oregon Penutian: Problems and Possibilities. International Journal of American Linguistics, 63(1), 144-156.
- DeLancey, S., & Golla, V. (1997). The Penutian Hypothesis: Retrospect and Prospect. International Journal of American Linguistics, 63(1), 171-202.