|Region||San Joaquin Valley, California|
|ISO 639-3||(included in yok)|
Wukchumni has only one native or fluent speaker, Marie Wilcox (both native and fluent), who has compiled a dictionary of the language. “Marie's dictionary”, a short documentary by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, is about her dictionary. She has also recorded an oral version of the dictionary. Together with her daughter Jennifer, Marie Wilcox teaches weekly classes to interested members of their tribe.
There were three dialects of Tule-Kaweah, Wikchamni (Wukchumni), Yawdanchi (AKA Nutaa), and Bokninuwad.
- Tule-Kaweah at California Language Archive
- Yokuts Languages, Comparison of sounds in Wikchamni and other Yokutsan languages
- ‘Who Speaks Wukchumni?’, New York Times, 19 Aug 2014.
- Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2013). "Tule-Kaweah Yokuts". Glottolog. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
- Vaughan-Lee, Emmanuel (2014-08-18). "Who Speaks Wukchumni?". The New York Times.
- Heller, Chris (2014-09-22). "Saving Wukchumni". The Atlantic.
- “Marie's dictionary”, a short documentary by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee.