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What language do Native Americans speak in Washington?

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2009-10-21 09:19:59
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Native Washingtonians (which makes as much sense as saying Native Americans) includes many tribes-Cathlamet, Chilluckittequaw, Columbia, Hoh, Humptulips, Klickitat, Lummi and so on. Unfortunately a lot of these languages have now been lost and many just speak English.

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