Tepimans, Yumans, and Other Hohokam

@article{Shaul1998TepimansYA,
  title={Tepimans, Yumans, and Other Hohokam},
  author={David Leedom Shaul and JANE H. Hill},
  journal={American Antiquity},
  year={1998},
  volume={63},
  pages={375 - 396}
}
The Proto-Tepiman speech community—that is, the community that spoke the language ancestral to all the contemporary Tepiman languages—can be located at the northern end of the present-day Tepiman range, perhaps as far north and west as the Gila-Colorado confluence, and probably within the Hohokam region, during the Hohokam time period in the first millennium A.D. Evidence for the northern location of Proto-Tepiman includes, first, attestation of language contact with Proto-River Yuman… 

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