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- Callaghan (1997) provides strong evidence uniting Yokutsan and Utian as sub-families within a single Yok-Utian language family.
This represents a gross misrepresentation of the cited text. Quoting from Callaghan's conclusion:
"In answer to the question of genetic kinship between Yokuts and Utian, I would say that the preponderance of evidence argues in favor of such a relationship, but it cannot be called true beyond a reasonable doubt, especially since speakers may have lived side by side from the time of the proto-languages."
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