Sesostrie Youchigant (Tunica) was a chief in Missississippi and the last native speaker of the Tunica language. He worked with linguist Mary Haas to describe what he remembered of the language, which he had learned as a child. Haas published this in A Grammar of the Tunica Language in 1939.
- Tunica Texts, Mary R. Haas, 1950, University of California Press
- Photograph of Sesostrie Youchigant, taken by Mary Haas, American Philosophical Society
- Article with photo of Youchigant, Washington Times, 5 February 2011
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