Lushootseed

ʔi, ʔəsčal čəxʷ.
Hello, how are you?

Lushootseed is a Native American language of Washington. It is spoken primarily among the indigenous people of the Puget Sound area. It is a member of the Salish language family, which boasts 20 surviving dialect continuums, ranging from British Columbia, east into Montana, and south to northern Oregon.

It is estimated that there are only around 60 fluent speakers of Lushootseed, but 16 tribes known to have used it as their native language, including Nisqually, Puyallup, Suquamish, and Skagit. 

Visit these links for more information on Lushootseed and the tribes that speak it:

http://www.puyallup-tribe.com

http://curtis.library.northwestern.edu/curtis/viewPage.cgi?showp=1&size=...

http://coastsalishmap.org/storytelling_sites.htm

http://www.native-languages.org/lushootseed_words.htm