Today, all Tillamook people speak English. They once spoke Tillamook, an extinct Salishan language. The last fluent speaker was Minnie Scovell who died in 1972. In an effort to prevent the language from being lost, a group of researchers from the University of Hawaii interviewed the few remaining Tillamook-speakers and created a 120-page dictionary.
There is no information about languages that were spoken by Tocobaga people.
The Manhasset indians spoke the Munsee and Unami languages.
they spoke Algonquian languages.
There are 6 languages spoken by the Iroquois tribes. These languages are severely endangered with only a few remaining members knowing the languages.
They spoke Caddoan
They spoke unami
Algonqulan Or Algonkian
they speak in penutian
Coast Miwok people speak English. In the past, they spoke Utian languages and Coast Mikok.
they spoke salishan
They spoke Algonquian.
The Pomoan languages are a small family of Native Californian languages spoken by the Pomo people who formerly occupied the valley of the Russian River and the Clear Lake basin. The pomoan languages are theorized to be part of the Hokan family of languages. The Pomoan languages are spoken by only a handful of elderly people. Northern Pomo and Northeastern Pomo are without known speakers and presumed to be extinct. Today the Pomo speak English.
the timucua Indians speak french , English , and spanish .
The Inuit are not Indians and the Inuit have many different languages. It's like asking someone what did Europeans speak?
The Luiseño people speak: English Spanish Historically, they spoke Luiseño, an Uto-Aztecan language. As of 2018, it has less than 5 native speakers, but there is an active revitalization project underway.
Iroquian and/or Ojibway
they would speak iroquoi
they speak english and french
algonquin language mohawk
I believe they spoke Algonquian
Walla Walla speak English. Historically, they spoke Sahaptin, which today has less than 100 speakers.
The Yuki people speak English. Historically they spoke three different dialects of Ukiah, also called Ukomno'm. The dialects were called: Northern Yuki Coast Yuki Huchnom Ukiah went extinct sometime in the 20th Century.
It is believed that the Waxhaw people spoke Siouan-Catawban languages.
The Natchez Indians spoke the Natchez language, which is a language isolate, meaning that there were no other closely related languages spoken. The Natchez never called it "Natchez", but rather we:Lhaki:sa or 'the language'.
Chumashan, which is an extinct family of languages. Today they speak English or Spanish.
The extinct Tonkawa language was spoken in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico by the Tonkawa people. A language isolate, with no known related languages Members of the Tonkawa tribe now speak English.
The Seneca tribe speaks Onodowaga
Chipewyan's speak Chipewyan. It is one of the many Athabaskan native languages in Canada.
The Hupa Tribe speaks an Athabaskan language.
The speak the Kuna language, Spanish, and English
they spoke a language fromm the yuman family.
This is one of the native languages spoken by Peruvian Indians
Very little is known about the Karankawa or about what language they spoke. The tribe was not studied while they were still around. The Karankawa language is the extinct, unclassified language of the Texan coast, where the Karankawa people migrated between the mainland and the barrier islands. It was not closely related to other known languages in the area, much of which are also poorly attested, and may have been a language isolate. About 200… Read More
the first settlers to Oregon were the tillamook Indians. the first settlers to Oregon were the tillamook Indians.
For trade they spoke English or French Answer: The Oneida spoke Onieda, one of the Iroquoian languages spoken in the eastern US and southeast Canada. Oneida was one of the Lake Iroquoian Languages which included Mohawk and Oneida
The Tiwa people speak English. Historically, they spoke the Tiwa languages, which are part of the Tanoan family. Southern Tiwa is still spoken by about 1500 people, mostly elders.
The Hopewell Culture represented dozens of different tribes and languages, but since none of them had any system of writing, there is no information about what languages they spoke.
The Hohokam did not have written records, and went extinct about the time the Europeans arrived, so we do not know what languages they spoke.
The Lenape spoke Lenape Language also known as Unami.
Most modern linguists believe that the Coahuiltecan were diverse in both culture and language. At least seven different languages are thought to have been spoken, one of which is today called Coahuiltecan or Pakawa, spoken by a number of bands near San Antonio. The best known of the languages are: Comecrudo Cotoname Both of these languages are spoken by people in the delta of the Rio Grande and Pakawa.
According to anthropological and archeological research, the Tillamook Indians settled in an area from Cape Lookout to Cape Meares in the 15th century.
There were many different tribes of northwest Native Americans, meaning there were different languages. These languages were Nootka, Coast Salish, and Chinook. They also may have spoken a dialect of Chinook jargon that included French, English, and Russian words.
It is believed that the Pahquioque people spoke Paugussett, which was an Algonquian language or dialect.
Coharie people speak English. Historically they spoke Carolina Iroquoian.
Meherrin people speak English. Historically, they spoke Iroquoian Meherrin.
Kanien'kehá:ka people, also called Mohawk people, once spoke Iroquioan languages. Today they speak: English Kanien’kéha language (also called Mohawk) French Formerly they spoke: Kanien’kéha Dutch Mohawk Dutch (a dutch-based Creole from the 17th Century)
The Shoshone Indians called themselves the Newe, which means "people". They are related to the Bannocks under the Uto-Aztecan speaking group.