St̓át̓imcets

"The St'át'imc are the original inhabitants of the territory which extends north to Churn Creek and to South French Bar; northwest to the headwaters of Bridge River; north and east toward Hat Creek Valley; east to the Big Slide; south to the island on Harrison Lake and west of the Fraser River to the headwaters of Lillooet River, Ryan River and Black Tusk."[[copied from: http://www.statimc.net/]]

Other resources: 

A list of language resources available from <a href="http://www.uslces.org/publications01.html">The Upper St'át'imc Language, Culture and Education Society</a>

First NationPopulationFluent SpeakersUnderstand or Speak SomewhatLearning Speakers
Nxwísten (Bridge River)475[[8185]]
Sekw’el’wás (Cayoose Creek)193[[8474]]
Douglas First Nation0
Lil'wat Nation2219[[8019]]
N'Quatqua0
Samahquam Nation0
Tsal'álh (Seton Lake)647[[8476]]
Skatin Nations0
T’ít’q’et First Nation418[[8133]]
Ts'kw'aylaxw482[[8475]]
Xaxli'p First Nation959[[8478]]
Other language names: 
St̓át̓imc
Lillooet
Statimc
Stl'atl'imx
Stl'atl'imc
Sƛ’aƛ’imxǝc
Stlatliumh
Slatlemuk
Language family: 
Salishan
Language subfamily: 
Interior Salish