Buena Vista Yokuts
|Buena Vista Yokuts|
|Region||San Joaquin Valley, California|
|ISO 639-3||(included in yok)|
Distribution of Buena Vista Yokuts
Buena Vista was a Yokutsan language of California.
Two documented dialects of Buena Vista were Tulamni and Hometwali. Tuhohi (also called Tohohai or Tuhohayi) was a similar dialect, spoken by a tribe who "lived among channels and sloughs of Kern River where they enter Tulare Lake."
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