People: Indigenous to Mt Shasta

Native People of the Mount Shasta Area


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Caleen Sisk is the spiritual leader and the tribal chief of the Winnemem Wintu tribe - Photo © L. Johnson

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Wintun Indians traditionally fishing in 1910 near where Shasta Lake and Shasta Dam are now. Historic photograph.

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Coyote Fights the Sun A Shasta Indian Tale, 978-1890771607, Mary J. Carpelan, Heyday Books

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Shasta Indian Nation flag

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Mount Shasta - Úytaahkoo in Karuk or "White Mountain" - The name "Shasta" comes from the Shasta Indians. It is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California and is 14,179 feet

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Yurok Indian Traditions to Be Revived in New Village - NYTimes.com

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Old Bob, a Karok Indian Man, 1923 by Edward S. Curtis.

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California's Native Americans See a map with the locations and names of California's early Native American tribes. From Magellan Maps. media.maps.com/...

Social Studies Resources for Grades 4-6

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There are three divisions of the Wintun people: the Wintu, Nomlaki, and Patwin. Their traditional lands are located in the greater Sacramento Valley, with the Sacramento River a major feature of all the regions, from the Wintu mountain rivers in the north, through the Nomlaki plains, to the marshes, valleys, and hills of the Patwin.

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Shasta Indian Nation

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Shasta Indians

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Dancing Salmon Home-Trailer, 6 min. by Moving Image. "Dancing Salmon Home" is a 66 minute documentary, winner of the Best Documentary Feature award at the 2012 American Indian Film Festival. It tells the story of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of northern California, and their journey, across generations and oceans, to reunite with their Chinook salmon relatives in New Zealand, and to bring them home to the McCloud River, below Mt. Shasta.

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The Spring at Panther Meadows runs dry. Produced as a preview of Standing on Sacred Ground, a 4-part series, by the Sacred Land Film Project - Uploaded in 2007 - www.sacredland.org

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Documentary: Dancing Salmon Home

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Hair stick, David Two Sticks Arwood II (Karuk) David is teaching his daughter Aurora how to make traditional Karuk jewelry; the proceeds from the pieces they sell will be used to help finance Aurora’s coming of age ceremony, the Flower Dance. As part of the ceremony Aurora will make a traditional bark skirt and buckskin dress which will become part of her regalia collection.

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Authentic Karuk Native American Large Traditional Drum

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Hoopa or Karuk basketry cap, detail of start | Museum of Natural and Cultural History

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Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot/Karuk, 1875-1947) baskets, ca. 1920. Northern California. Maidenhair fern, spruce root, hazel shoots, porcupine quill; 13 x 11 cm, 21 x 20 cm, 12.5 x 15 cm. 22/1927, 25/3, 24/4103. Photo by Ernest Amoroso, NMAI.

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Mount Shasta - Úytaahkoo in Karuk or "White Mountain" - The name "Shasta" comes from the Shasta Indians. It is located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California and is 14,179 feet

Mount Shasta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Karuk Tribe

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The People’s Center is the Museum and Cultural Center of the Karuk Tribe of California. The Center includes an exhibition gallery, a gift shop, a Basketweaving classroom, a library and the Karuk Language Program Office.

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Karuk - 1894 - More photos at www.facebook.com/...

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Tribal Territories in California

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Shasta Indian Baskets. From The Shasta by Roland Dixon

Shasta Indians: Material Culture by Norah Glover

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