|Native to||United States|
|Native speakers||1300 (date missing)|
Towa language distribution in the State of New Mexico
Its speakers are mainly farmers and craftsmen. The language is only spoken in Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, but as 90% of the tribal Jemez members do speak it, it is not considered to be extremely endangered. It was also spoken at Pecos Pueblo until the 19th century, when the remaining members of that community moved to Jemez.
- Bell, Alan. (1993). Jemez tones and stress. Colorado Research in Linguistics, 12, 26-34. (Boulder, CO: University of Colorado at Boulder).
- "History of the Jemez Pueblo" on the tribal website www.jemezpueblo.com
- Jemez Pueblo Website
- Ethnologue report for Towa
- Towa (Jemez) language at native-languages.org
- The Pueblo of Jemez - Department of Resource Protection
- Pecos Pueblos resources
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