|Native to||United States|
|Extinct||early 18th century|
The language is known primarily from one document, a letter written in 1688 to Charles II of Spain. Geoffrey Kimball has produced a grammatical sketch (Kimball 1987) and a vocabulary of the language (Kimball 1988) based on the contents of the letter.
- Haas, M. R. (1949). The position of Apalachee in the Muskogean family.International Journal of American Linguistics, 15(2), 121-127.
- Kimball, G. (1987). A grammatical sketch of Apalachee. International journal of American linguistics, 53(2), 136-174.
- Kimball, G. (1988). An Apalachee vocabulary. International Journal of American Linguistics, 54(4), 387-398.
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