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|Native to||United States|
|Ethnicity||200 Cowlitz people (1990)|
|Extinct||maybe 2 speakers in 1990|
|Revival||the 110 listed in 2010 census are not native speakers|
The Cowlitz people
Cowlitz is most similar to Lower Chehalis, another Tsamosan language, although it does contains some oddities, such as the word for one, utsus (in contrast to the Lower Chehalis paw).
|Lower Cowlitz tribe||Sł'púlmš|
- Kinkade, Dale. Cowlitz Dictionary And Grammatical Sketch. Missoula: University of Montana Press, 2004.
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