California Yumane Mythology

The Mythology Yumane of California include the following Native American peoples: Diegueño, Kumeyaay, Maricopa, Mojave, Yuma, Quechan

The Yuman languages form a family of Native American languages spoken in the southwestern states of the United States and in Mexico, Baja California.

the diegueño (Where kumeyaay, after the ethnonym of Diegueños) is a Yuman language of the Delta-California language branch spoken in the United States, southern California and Mexico, northern Baja California. the maricopa is a Yuman language of the branch of the Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, Arizona, on the Salt River and Gila River reservations, near Phoenix.

the mojave is a Yuman language from the branch of the Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, Arizona, on the Lower Colorado River. the yuma (Where quechan, from the ethnonym kwtsan) is a Yuman language from the branch of Central Yuman languages spoken in the United States, California, along the Colorado River near the town of Yuma.

California Yumane Mythology

Yumane Mythology of California (texts)