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|Region||Columbia River Valley|
|Ethnicity||140 (2000 census)|
|Native speakers||12 (1996)|
- Clatsop (Tlatsop) was spoken in northwestern Oregon around the mouth of the Columbia River and the Clatsop Plains (†).
- Shoalwater (also known as Chinook proper), now extinct (†). Shoalwater was spoken in southwestern Washington around southern Willapa Bay.
- Laurie Bauer, 2007, The Linguistics Student’s Handbook, Edinburgh
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