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Yurok Tribe Office, Klamath, Northern California

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Native American Shelter Plank House Plankhouses are Native American homes used by tribes of the Northwest Coast (from northern California all the way up to Alaska.) Plank houses are made of long, flat planks of cedar wood lashed to a wooden frame. Native American plank houses look rather similar to old European houses, but the Indians didnt learn to build them from Europeans-- this style of house was used on the

Native American Shelter Plank House Plankhouses are Native American homes used…

The Old Forgotten Meat-Preservation Methods Of The 1800s - Survival Online 101 #PrepperBeginner

The Old Forgotten Meat-Preservation Methods Of The 1800s - Survival Online 101 #PrepperBeginner

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Their traditional houses were made of redwood or cedar

Hupa Indians - California Indian Tribes - The original Hupa Indians resided in different regions of Northwestern California. Many of their descendants currently live on the Hoopa Valley Reservation. Their traditional houses were made of redwood or cedar.

Apache Women on Horses

Apache Land 1903 by Edward S. The photo documents Three Apache people riding pack horses make their way along rocky bottom land.

volume 13  facing: page  36 Modern Hupa house

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 13 facing: page 36 Modern Hupa house

Karok house at Soames Bar (The North American Indian, v. XIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1924)

Karok house at Soames Bar (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, :: Featured Sets

volume 13  facing: page  84 Karok house at Soames bar

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 13 facing: page 84 Karok house at Soames bar

Top) Traditional home of the Hoopa  people called a “Xonta.” It is made   from Port Orford Cedar planks, which  are fitted like a puzzle and contain no  nails. (Above) The Trinity River flows  from one end of the HVIR to the other.  The fish that inhibit the Trinity are  an important food source to the Hoopa  people. The Hoopa Tribal FMP (Forest Management Plan) contains many  provisions for protecting the quality of  this river. LBD

Top) Traditional home of the Hoopa people called a “Xonta.” It is made from Port Orford Cedar planks, which are fitted like a puzzle and contain no nails. (Above) The Trinity River flows from one end of the HVIR to the other. The fish that inhibit the Trinity are an important food source to the Hoopa people. The Hoopa Tribal FMP (Forest Management Plan) contains many provisions for protecting the quality of this river. LBD

TakmiLdin 2009

TakmiLdin 2009

Titled: Daughter of the Klamath. I believe the young lady's name is Bertha Thompson. This is another photograph from Emma Freeman's Northern California Series.

Daughter of the Klamath Nation. I believe the young lady's name is Bertha Thompson. This is another photograph from Emma Freeman's Northern California Series.

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