(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "C. Hart Merriam papers relating to work with California Indians, 1850-1974. (bulk 1898-1938)"

V 



\Ju^ 



c-tv. VV)-e [-[-of^L, 



EoK ao 



? 



D 



18- 




J 



\^ 



/ 






r-J 



WvoLoo 





C.C.Boyoe: ISth ▲xm.Bopt.Bor.Sth.for 1896-97* Part 2; 

p.964. 1899 fpubl. 1901]. 




/ Midoo 

Das-pah f Pas-pe ) : Kow-wahk name forrancheria at Grass 
Valley. Information from old Polly Hamburg and blind 
Pdchard Yemie of Nevada City, Nov. 11 & 12, 1928.— 
Calif .Journ. -^ 




VlU-s^.\xoK 











CC.Koyoe^ 18th Aim . Kept . Bur .Bth. for 1896-97, Pmrt Zx 

p.967, 1899 rpubl.1901] . 



SjIC 0-K0-^Wt>'-.Vv>4}L 



' 0-Vv.O-g.Wo^\VLa.\v l O->VO~<l.\\0-V>rviiL&^sO 



-hvxiktj^jcfeJL. 




eu....,^ JlXJ,^J»^.Xl:^=j^-:A:rf C^ A^^*-^'^if^^j»^'^^(A^'^^^^^ 



^ " 



OLi^^N;Jo^^.j::Jdi. UgllSiVov^^feUJU. ^1x^.^0,,.,,,^^.^ 



H 



%iijL. aSUv Ovv.o-too-\wok 



Yol»la-mer > — C^C.Hdyoe: 18th Ann.Rept.Bur^Bth.for 1896-97, 

Part 2: p. 784, 1899 publ.1901 . 
Yollamer « — IMd: p«964* 






U.V^-Vv^ 



(-TwA 



VkVvn.-V^ 



3 



"^^WvjL^: 






^-ftx Tft AvAcV/^-.'Vv^ ^^'vjc Av^ 'Vw- 'w^ »T*^ Awvk.- V^ I Tvi^VeLVv'vvv &>c . 



Yal i surnn i 



Mi-doo 



Maidu villaf^e. Placer Co., Calif.\T.:.^aJu^i?i3^NAi^Ji^^ 
Dixon, The Northern Maidu, map plate 38, 1905. 



^ijL)^OsS^<^ \0<X^3V(L\v\.'V\^ ^^0.1^ tVA.'WvOrv.v. 



C 



• XoA^Ytv-VtvL 



Uo'>^o^^\vvv^~ & Q> >a3L/voeA-^>^^i»^ 



^C-^>UHXi^ ^o lA>^ 










♦C.'fcCli^ ^ y*-^^-^^^W^ i^^^wjfX, ^ (Uaw^. 










oo 



\\\%^\r 



T; 



--do 



Tanado 



C.C.Boyoei 18th Axm.Bept.Bup^Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2; 



Ibid: p*963 



p«7e4, 1899 (pabl.l90lj 



He.\vv&\va.\M ("H<.Vx!-sko o) 



rKAXv^ 




'\>AjM--^'^JlJV^ 



l^t(l.- ){^ 






.0" 



J 






ahaar 



___ — C.C.Boyoe: 18th Ann.Ropt.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 

p,784, 1899 pabl.1901 . 

Hemsbaw > — • Ibid: p*957* 



Nernshau. — Tribe of wild Indians or Gentiles in lower 
Sacramento Valley in count rj^ E of San Joav^uin h Sac 
mento rivers. Population, Nov. 1846, 50 (29 males h 



*Ninisevyi 

Nimsewl ('big river'). A division of 
Maidu living on upper Butte cr., near the 
edge of the timber in Butte co., Cal. 

Nemthan.— Bancroft Nat. Races, l, 450, 1K82. Hem- 
•haw— Hale, Ethiiog. and Philol.. 681, 1H46. Hem- 
•hooi.— Hancroft, op. clt. Nemthous.— Taylor In 
Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. »im Sewi.— Curtin, 
MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1885. Nim'-ihu.— Powers in 
Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ill, 283, 1877 (from nem-si-u, 
'big river'). Nim-siri.— Johnston (1850) in Sen. 
Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 46. 1858. Nim- 
Bkews.— Beale in Sen. Ex. Doc. 67, 82d Cong., 2d 
sess., 15, 1853. Nim-Bus.— Jolinston in Ind. Aflf. 
Rep.. 124. 1850. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt 2, p. /^, 1910 



Midu 



^L.4jh^ VAc<ww*Wto« 



?1 femal4s)\ - E . A. Gatten's Census of Indian Popula- 
tion mdyfor John Al Sutter's I|eport to Sec'v of State^ 
Dec. 20 1847. In Documents foribhe Hist, ol Ucaii.,io*o- 
1849, MS. 'Bancroft Library. ,^ , 

Nemshaw . Nemshau . -- .Spellings in Sutter's Diag.-- 

^FTTelvelia. Sutter ' s Diary of Ev^^-^ * lofli 

A neiveoid. o Bancroft Library, 1881. 



< 





</) 




Vi^YrL-^VLOO 



V>l-_(L^ 




\anu 




(LcJLaxk^^^w . \Mi^-ro JLLjiJ^ 



Too>roeA^g-.^C^VLAi^_ 




VlJLoo 



1 



« 

Jtoneda.— CC.RoyoeL 18th Inn.Bcpt.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97. Part 2: 

p.966, 1899 fpabl. 1901]. 



i\^H 







Vvd 



00 




\^iL ', Suu^r^ mJJu.;^ ^ Jj^ i2.5^ ^i'f 





3^. 



'Wfl-bV 



Bernp-pl 



Wi 



w^ 



Be-no-pi ^^, C.C^Royoet 18th Ann. Bept. Bur .Eth. for 1896-97 

Part 2s p.784t 1899 [i^bl, 19011. 



Benopl *— Ibid; p.951 



' UxA.^vXr^Jk-.Jj^ 




Ja-oc_ C_ U ^lO^ V T>o^jdiga>jJ 




t'Vw 



^V 



Secumne 



^«- ^ e.kxivv'vv^ 



''>^wL%^ 




l^ncheria in Sacrt ^, , . 

'Bancroft, Native Races Pacific States, Vol.1, p450, 1874: 



'1 






Jhe dialects of : "the 'Seci^ie and - Tsaffiak are closely re- 
lated. "—Bancroft, Ibid, III, -650, 1875. 
Secumne . — Tribe of wild Indians' or Gentiles in lower 
Sacramento i^alley in country E of SanJoavjuin h Sacra- 
mento rivers. Population Nov. 1846, 49 (23 males 8l 26 
females.) — E.A.Gatten's Census of Indian Population 

made for John A. Sutter's Report to Sec'y of State, 

.V .^ol..<x..^. \ .-- ^ Cover] 



S^ 



'- a-ii_ ti ■. 






K 



^VJL\v^ 



Vvd 



00 







>^4v>NLv:^,to.lLlf, \nO^.( 



n 




MJl 




t-^J^X^•L>AM 







M 



AjJU^ 






%-as. <»x-c^ ^«.ti.\iL'vw>vt-^3<LWoL'w^'K^,i^<-V<''^>^'^*- 



nerits'^ 



t 



Dec. 20, 1847 • In DocumektsVfor the Hist, of Calif. 1" 
1846-9. M8, Bancroft "'Library* 

Secumenes • \ ^ 

^ Secumne . iSecumnev . Secuman ^^ Secumne . — Spellings used 
■ in Sutter's I)ia'ry. "i^'eb. 2V, lb4b, Yole, gfecumenes 
chief got married with Pamela.** — New Helvetia, Butter* 
Diary of Events from 1845-8, pp. 56, 85, 88, 99. 134, 
173. 178. MS Copy, Bancroft Library, 1881. 



< 





CO 




Yaesunmes 



Midoo 



Rancheria on west "barik of Sacramento River, Calif. — 
Bancroft (after HaieJ, Native Races, Vol.1, 450, 1874. 



« 



See also, Yasxaicnes, Yasunmi, Yos 



mni 



Yusumne 



^^esAxjvvcvv^ (§*&-• ^e.Ww\wxe l 



Ovv^uiU^ 










i^cAl, 



k.A-'^^^u^^^ ir^e*-jL<, 



^uu^ oJU^ S4fc.WoCVvv'W'<C 



*Sekuinne 






Midu 

Sekumne ( Se-kum^-ne ) . A former Maidu 
village on the right bank of American r., 
about 10 m. above Sacramento, Cal. 

Lacomnis.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. 
Secumnes.— Hale, Ethnol. and Philol., 631, 1846. 
Secumni.— Latham in Proc. Philol. Soc. Lond., vi, 
79,1854. Sekamne.— Hale, op.cit.,222. Sekomne.— 
Hale misquoted by Bancroft, Nat. Races, i, 450, 
1874. Sekume.— Latham, Opuscula, 313, 1860. Se- 
kumne.— Dixon in Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., xvii. 
pt. 3, pi. 38, 1905. Sekumne.— Hale, op. cit., 631, 
Sicumnes. — ^Ibid., 630, 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. /f/, 1910 



w) 






\ 




IfWoddvjL db^cU- 







Sekumne > •^'Bancrof t. Native Races, III, *561. 1875. 



-^rs^UXjU X^ .t:JtsA^St5.s^ V? SolV 







f W.^.Xk^ 




Sj,, fw'^-^-r La 






L>-C^\Oi^'> "^^ 






rVvvoL 



A« 





>jlR>JUi^ 



VxAVaWn jJ 



1 



Yft»ciaa«-a& 



Taoumna* 




(Uo-W->^«-«*%^ -•— H **-^ 




C.G.Boyee: ISth Ann .Bept .Bur •Eth • f or 1896-97 » Part 2: 

p»784, 1899 rpubl.1901]. 
Ibid; p«96e. 



^JiA. ^OL- ^UL\v^-V>.C\,^^>V.u-'Vv^- V-^ 



UNIVERSITY OFCALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY 



Eich-op^-do 



Mi-doo 




Village on Cliico creek, Butte Co., Calif. (; 



CVvX 



i'^a) 



Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 282, lS77.-liL*L<ivv,lw«LVU's*w^>vvou()lu.| 









Michopdo 



/ 



Michopdo. A former ISfaiSii village near 
Chico, at the edge of the foothills, about 
5 m. s. of the junction of Little and Big 
Butte crs., in Butte co.,Cal. ; pop. 90 in 

1850. (r. B. D.) 

Ma-chuck-nas.— Johnston (1850) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 
4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 45, 1853. Ma-chuc-na. — 
Day (1850), ibid.,' 39. Michoapdos.— Powers in 
Overland Mo., xii,420, 1874. Mich-6p'-do.— Powers 
in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 282, 1877. Michopdo.— 
Dixon in Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., xvii, pi. 
xxxviii, 1905. Mitshopda. — Curtin, MS. vocab., 
B. A. E., 1885. Wachuknas.— Schoolcraft, Ind. 
Tribes, vi, 710, 1857. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt- 1, p. ^o^(?, 1907 



Midu 



-^N./^ 






X^^^^x^o.,^;^ ^ (y^'^J^>5-«^^ \'6}^.. 



n\A«l\vOv/<il^C ) 



VJ 



00 



^!JUJ^ <xA3iic , ^i^- -> -H^ — 





<^-fcX (>S.■<^'\v\^Q^^^ Vvi)<.WH0k,^Ma-C-Wu.c\<.->v^.Wv-<iVvOjf> 



• nvV-g.Vvota>JLoL 



^vd 



00 



Tjo^jCa** 





. flirt ciki«^ciK*JLa^. IjUfi'l 



MiohOT>da>— > C.C.Boyoe: 18th Aim*H€|pt.Bar*Sth*for 1896-97* Part 2: 

p.966, 1899 [pabl* 1901] • 



^-a>v o^Uv ^Vc\\^t)()Lti ^ W\ «iWo (K^kos , \N/«. -cWAxWo< ,'\nec.VLOo»WoL 



Eskini 



Midu 

A Maidu village formerlv situated on the 



Eskini > 

■ — - - , %^ 

site of Durharn, Butte co., Cal., the 



people of which 



are extinct except for a fev/ survivors at Ghico 

a.bout this spot 
1650. 




Es-kin.-- 



Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., Ill, 282, 1877. Es- 
kini.- -Gurtin, MS. vocab., B. A. E., 1885. 

t 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I^- ItP. ^J/, 1907 



^^^ o^-^ Es-Wv-W, tsV^'Vv.vWv'Wu^ 



Es-kenLne 



Mitchopdo 



Midoo 



>-ne: MiLcnopao name lor Lnei 
rCreek i mile east of Durham 



road). Told me by Jack Praugo, full blood Mitchopdo. >-Q4i^ 



->. 



eniraraa. iLs-ki-un 



Es-kin 



Mi-doo 




Village on^utte^creek^ Butte Co,, Calif.' 



S»k»Hs 



Pov/ers/Tribes of Calif., p 282,^:S77\:^aJLV4^^ 



L 



Eslcin. — Powell J5^ Linguistic Families, p.lOO, 1891 



See Es-ken-ne 



/ 



^€>Ve.VL\.w\,\woL 



V&\c^'VU.'WvVw,a .A^VvJj^^^^ 



^VdL 



OC 



\. 



^iJU^cj^, 



lixotW 







V-H%Ci,a-.-s^....;X-'V^'fl 



See Es-ken^ne 






Vvi 



oo 











\lS'i J Sji..^:^ xjJ^omI::^ , '2>^ x\ ts^o, 



/ 



See Es-ken-ne 



Ea-ki-un 



iii: 



i« • 



Ea-3d.-un # — C ♦ C • Royoe • 18th Ann *Rept •Bur . Eth > f o r 1896 

p. 784. 1899 publ.1901 . 

Ealdan * — IMd : p«954. 



-97 ♦ Part 2» 



See Es-ked-ne 



See also Ss-lmin 



mm 



t«V' 



vic\. 



Cheno 

•Cheno;. One of tribes si 
Bidwell'3 ranch /lUgust 




V^'intoon 

Kim; treaty of Chico Creek, at 

\ J[e51. Chico Record . Dec. 28.1929 



See also Chino, Cha-ne 



CWv^VO t'iVv^^'^'^l ^O-e-V^a^ oxUoa>>^\[-\^te; 



" -VMXa 






f"^^^"^ 










^jloAcJkK." 



1^ 




W<^Sc^AJJo^ 





1 




ctk 



Q,Wd 



• Cha-ne 



^NIk-^toovv. 



V 



^t>. 



•?• o ^. 



' Ch&'-ne (or Tsa^ne) : Mitoh^pdo name for village at Monroe- 
v^ile on west side Sacramento River. Properly belongs 
to^Wintoon tribe sometimes called Noe»muk . bul shared 
with Mitchopdo. Told me by Jack Frango, full-blood 
MitchQpdo *— c34.._ 

cramento 



"Called T se-no or Tsen -no by the ^west side ve 
meanng "one wmtoon uorma.^ tribe on west sid" 
River, 



aiU^ .iixAA^ Clk.5oKo JU 



*t.-t>ws. ^ VvV «c "VvCvV^V^-* X>^. " 



See also Chino, Cheno 



Vvd 






00 




>JoU>^,3,i2_<^^!3»0 \f0^, 

•serve ?traot on ngwS i iH ite rivex^» Aiag.l, 1851"— C.CBoyoe: 



BatHB 

18th Ann . Rept . Bur .Eth. for 1896-97\ Pa^t 2: p.784, 1899 

[pubia90lj 

B»tei.— Ibid; p*951. 



.\-(l' 



AV-fit^^/N^ 




Yttt-dao >«-*- C.C.Royoe: Idth Aim .Bept .Bur .Eth. for 1896-97 « 

p.784, . 1899 rpubl.lSOll. 
Yutduc.— Ibid: p»964. '* 







w^mtm 



OVYw-S0L-\M0^ 



Vvl 




CO 






'Sin>3a-wa:/bove reference repeated . Chico Record .Dec. 28 , 1929 



Siasana* 



Hept.Bur.Eth.for 1396-97, Part 
p»960, 1899 fpubl. 19011. 



Sunus 



\ 



W'vdL 



K 



Rancheria in Sacramento Yall^y,\ Calif. , visited by 



• • 




in 1821. --Bancroft, Hist, of qalif., II, M7, i»»»(*l{^ 

1 A^x.-^ Jl^^-oa^/^oc^" : &*^ 





*^(Uv>c^ 



Sums: Rancheria visited by Arguello in 1821.— Fr. Bias 
Ordaz, Diario de la Expedicion del Sr. Don Luis 
Arguello, 1821. Arch. Sta. Barbara Mission, Vol. 4, p 



176. 1806-1821. 



Gfeeno 



Leaving Cha '*were found the rancherias named Terpti, 
Hutulrabe , Dacdac and Pachi^ where we did not make any 
stop until at five in the afternoon we perceived the 
rancheria Sunus .— Ibid. (N of Colusa on Sacramento R. } 



Sunus i 



Midu 



Sunnsi {Su^-nu-si). A former Maidu 
village on Sacramento r., near Jacinto, 
Butte CO., Cal . (r. b. d.) 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. <^>^1-, 1910 



Maidu village^ . Butte Co., Calif. 

Dixon, Tlie Northern Maidu, map plate 38, 1905. 



Jii-doo 



^ * 



^jiK.SuLlri\A.2> 



VA.-\VVLS 




3ilxAxa#oJL^ 




• 6 . ..... 

• Sui^B—- C.C.Boyce: 18th Aim*Rept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2- 

^«?nn„ Tvi- o^« ^•''®** 1899 [pabl. 1901]. 

Slum* — Il)id2 p*962. '- -" 



Vvd 



00 



SjiA^rii\ 



^-«>. aSUv SwVvw.iV,^w.*>ivc. 



■ \\ <^\o olV Y V S> 



Vil 



oo 



vo.JJ^il:JL\LJu^dU^>>w'fu^ .fe^^x^-^cte:. 






6xiuL oSU^ WoA<iAvK^f. ^\\oA\VAvvo. »o-VMa.WY^K..\-^^'Vv>)j.<.k 



/ 4 



t 



Mi -A 



00 € tiQ &k 



Village on right bank of Fea1|ier rilfer, opposite Oi:ovill 



readier ri 
Pov/er4. Tribfes of Ca^f, , p 282, 

1877. CW^.^LX4^,^^'&-^U) ' ^^^ 



' Butte Co. Caj if.. 



' Hololupai * — Powell* Linguistic Families, p.lOO, 1891. 



^j^ oSLo^ HoIAVy'^^'^^'^^^^ V^»^*'^^^V^«^''^'^^^\*^^»^^''^^'^^r*^®^^^^^ 



•\\o-Vo'\x-]p\ 



^VvSL 



oo 



TjvI3L\ A/v.oudCw K.S.T^jJi^c^^ CUjp^ ^,US^|.^l 

Hololupi.— GtC.T^oyoe: 18th Aim.Bept.Bup.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2:__ 

' p.954, 1899 [pub l. 1901] > 



0-lO'lu-ri : One of tribes signing treat]/ of Chico Creek, at 
_Bidwell'3 ranch August 1 . 1851. Chico Record . Dec. 28 . 1929. 
[No, additional inforrration. J 

Hol~o-.lu~pal . — Powell in Powers. Trites of California, p. 586, 1877. 



Sju< oSLij^ H^iV o'Avk-b«Ci, Ho-lo-W^l , ^^^oVXvv . 



> 1 



X 



Hollilupe Indians. 

in fight with the 
Marysville Weekly 



Midoo 



HolliluT)es: Mentioned as engaged 

Conoows opposite White Rook*— 
Express , June 18, 1858^^.^^3-*teT<.«twt<t') 



pas. Holilepas 



9 ' * 



•To'-^ 



Vii 



oo 




0^ tb-^XyKjiSliLi Xft-^.'-e^ 



"o|£o£to:i.bove ref . repeated , Chico Record > Dec. 28 A 



,^ 




• Toto. — 
- To«to ,- 

' Toto ♦ -^ 



Powell^ Lii^niistic Families, p. 100, 1891. 

- C.C.Boyoes 16th Aim.Bept.Bar.Etli.for 1696^97, Part 2; 

p.784« 1899 pabl.1901 • 
Ibid: p«962« 



[OVER] . 



*01olopa 

Ololopa {(/-lo-lo-pay related to o'-lo-lo- 
ko, 'smoke-hole' ). A division or village 
of the Maidu near Oroville, on Feather r. , 
Butte CO., Cal. They numbered between 
100 and 150 in 1850,' but are now nearly 
extinct. (r. b. d. ) 

Holilepas.— Johnson in Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, 
VI, 710, 1857. Holil-le-pas.— Day (1850) in Sen. 
Ex. Doe. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 39, 1853. Ho-lil- 
li-pah.— Ind. Aflf. Rep., 124, 1850. Holoaloopis.— 
Powers in Overland Mo., xii, 420, 1874. Hololipi.— 
Chever in Bull. Essex Inst. 1870, ii, 28, 1871. 
Hol-o-lu-pai.—PowersinCont.N. A. Ethnol., 111,282, 
1877. JollillepaB.— Day, op. cit. Oleepas.— Delano, 
Life on Plains, 293, 1854. O-lip-as.— Day, op. cit. 
O-lip-pas.— Johnston (1850) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 
32d Cong., spec, sess., 45, 1853. Ololopai.— Curtin. 
MS. vocab., B. A. E.. 1885. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. //f , 1910 



Midu 



lS?] 



(jqort 



Totos: Mentioned as tribe^ living 
reek and Virginia Sawmills.— 
Express, Miirch 13, 1858.^":xil(j^- 




1 



v-f 



in vicinity of Berry 
Marvsville' Weekly 




[OVER] 




m 

CO 

o 



0-lo-lo*T3ah 

' 0"lo*lO''t)ah : MitchSpdo name for village on M side 
Feather KiVer about Z miles south of Marysville, 
guage essentially same as Mitchopdo> Told me by 
Frango, full-blood Mitoh^ipdo^ ^ di»vw^ 



Midoo 



Lanr* 
Jack 



'See also Ololopa, Hol-o^lu-pai , Holoaloopis 



» •• >, s 



O'VoVVowVy^toV 







\VoAvV-U^^a^ 



/ 






IVvw.K\^ \\l \.-^ft 



ifeJUXX 





Video 

'"^'VHHHHHMHIBiBIBBH 



(UX^-x^ 



■a^^ a-^Q 



tC^^vjdtc:^ juJx VtcUoLl^U/o./^ 



ivJUJL^ V - cMcAv^ 








HoloiT)i« — 

"K.'Fl^nhevftr, jmh in* Bnll 



g in ahat raQt of ahnvft a.i^t.inlft hy ^ 





\\c^Ac)-lo-M 



1^4 



oa 



•jMj>>>C^^ 






TftAv^ ft^ft Tft^f » kA-i\ 



1 



iri^i 



^*^ VV..\\\-\^- 



^l^-V** 



^'^^ULs. 



Hoe.-"\Y\a. 



XNiw^ 



OOVu 















U^VVv^UcV , UO \'Vv^. W X \it^ 



(t 



A^» 



C^yi^t'] 



.NMuV't-lc^.^r ^ Vi ^ Vvvo ^1 , Mv^'- V- v*v ok 



Noirriok 



tyU>»*^Tko v^v> ^xa JZc^ 



'}^ 



^^^XS^^XiL^ 



.V 



SILiL 



--b .ti.Wasninftt.on. inoms on ^axs norunzrn »«j.noun xiiuia.i; 

Jour. Aiuer. i^olk-Lors, XXII, 93, Jan. -Mar., 1909. 







Soe-aa-noeHiia 



^mmtmmmmmmm^m^tm^tk 



— C*C*aQyc«x 18th Ann-Hept. Bur. fith. for 1896-9 

Part 2j p.784^ 1899 pabl.1901 . 
Hoemanoema * — Ibid: p*957» 



Noe-Ma : Fom 



jTr eocVy H 0^ )8Ctt\ »-^ .Treacles t>^ ITSl-JJL 

- _ ^. . , ^ given by Miss) Alice sL Reading in 
quoting Mb copy of Treaty .gwhich she regards as the 
original].— Courier Free Press, Reaaim^. Calif.. 
May 6, 1927. ^ 






CO 




Hu-i-mok ( southern, people ) 

Tribe on Lower Ston^}/ Creek, Tehama Co. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 230, 1877. 



-V/in-tun 



Calif 



^Ju.(?iLM^ \^ol'->vv.\^.V^,^e<tKoc.,KolVvM;LtiWtMooevw«c, 






\M\Vv^ 



OQW 





'\g-V,\^lV\ , 







— «— — ■ ■ 1 — ■* ^ _^ n ., ^ 




•I'loiinucks. --Bancroft, Native Races, I, '451, 1874. 



« * 

Ho-a-rnooVx 



\ 



.f 



Noi-muk 



(^^^..^^^^^ cwX^^^tTU^ 



i^miik: Name &]_^ 

on south side of Elk 'Greek. 



Thei 



Y/intoon 
ke of Paskenta to tribe 




im~< 



iUK ureeK. ineir -jpig rsncneria caiiea 
was above presenr^]jEll? Creek Postoffica 










Moi 




icka : 



fincent E. Geiger, Indian Agent^OT VtM 



Home Lackee Reserve^ states in 1858 that 
on that reserve numbered 100. 
ifess. h Doofi. H. R. 35th Co 



M 




1858: 



Comrar 




Noi Mucks.— 70 on Nome Lackee Reserve in 1862.— Rept 



omm: 



Noi Mucks *— A .S.Taylor. Calif. Fanner, June 12. 1863 
(after Rept. Commr. Ind. Iff airs, for 1862). 



\slo\-'Vv>.'v^V^^Ut^V>wOC, ViVx-^vvu.<i\c, Uo-a- mucVv 




\M luVo 




No 



H^^•SYo^^5''Vc, 





1 








Vu-aJu- .JL. \^5^\ o^ qlJUj^ 









^uL^aSU^Mo-^-Ww.V-vViot->vuL, Ncemicks 



\M\u^ 



oow 






Noemicks : Tribe on Nome Lackee Reservation.— Humboldt 
Times, May 3, 1856} San.e in Sacra/nento Caily Democratic 

State Journal, -April 17, 1856. 



S^oJU^ H oX'Vw ^W , V\ UL^ \- wv(^W > Noemicks ,M^^woc,KUevv.vicc 



\M\w\ 



OOK 







Ho iHBBe -no inae • - 



Holmenoime* 



C,C.Royoe« 18th Ann.Rept.Bur.Eth.for 
Part 2: p.784, 1899 [puUl . 1901J . 
Ibid; p.957. 



-97, 




May 6, 1927. 



WoV^'^<^ 










-I^-Soellinr p;iven by Uiss Alice ^i. reading m 
orifdri^l].— Courier Free Press, ueaamg, 



Hay 6, 1927. 



Calif. , 



kc 






MWvw^ 



ow^ 





>J^o^>^ o-~K ^iA>A^ V^Sly^ , <:i.XP 



,-^>rC^ 



MOj: 







«k « 










*AA-^^^o</v^ 



i-^^ 





i&Jl>Jv.*^ Tkvvv^** ^LkjuJU-^ 




/ 







^i,ooJ2^ .TMAi^A*.^JUJr*w^ Aifc^.-.^ 



^l^^ 



C>^>«A. ^[^-^i-Ot-A^ "^^Il^i^I^^fc^^N^S. 



H.<^. 



- rfx- ^ >- A. • \/. ^ 











Suax ]^ e- Vw*- * No^W 










XNl^v-t^^QVu 
















XW^AvuBL^CU. \M V L.occWq,Q^ j^ vi-.«-<A oSU^^ .i^r^ o^Hb^X). li a nmj^ ctltfeLj^ j:*«^*£x.^-u^ 






Sit-Ji.\^ivV(v.V\^ 



*y» 



{f 



.n - 






UNIVERSITY Af CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT PfVnTHROPOLOGY 




V 



•Co\ 



V*^S 



Vv« 



ttoo 



^N\W\:o(^Y\ 








\^(i^ 


















*-*w ti CteWoL 




^ 



Jtfc^ X«-|«fc:^ 4^^ 




OuJ^UU*--Wv £Au^ >kSJs«*aN UUA. ^.m. Sloe ^''^ 6*-^ .^-u 



^ o\vl* AXjUx . 



Cl/OXVc. K<^V«« 



^tv.-ir il^jk «::€rA>*Jw. r'.**^'^. ) 



onc.^ 



Coluz 

One of the 

watered^ by 
Language s , 



Ko-roa 



Wintoon 



vocabularies taken by Bartlett "in the country 
the Sacramento River. *--Ludewi^, Abori.q:inal 
26, 1856. Same spelling in Index, p. 2-48. 



... I 



'OJUodxil^ft .Ko'too 



>!V 







v^*-eyu 






^ 



NnJX^ 






Colus 



H.V 



"too 



Wintoon 



" Colusa is an Indiein v/ord, and was the original name of a 
numerous tribe of Indians v/ho lived on the western side of 
tiie Sacramento R. Its meaning is not known. The town was 
laid out at the rancher ia of the Colus Indians , end the 
termination a p^iven to the name. "--Memorial and Biog*l 
Hist t of NortPh Calif., Lewis Pub'g Co., 122, 1891. 

Colus tribe . --"In 1850 there were perhaps 1000 Indians in 
Colusa Co. of the Colus tribe .... The C9IUS tribe 
were under the immediate control of Sioc, a chiefofmore 
than ordinary intelligence, who held a sort 'of provincial 
control over all the other tribes of the valley. "--Memo- 
rial and Biog'l Hist. of North^n Calif., Lewis Pub'g Co., 
124, 1891. 

Coins villag e. ^-> Gen. John Bidwell in 'Historical Sketch of 
Butte Col (Oakland, Smith & Elliott,Pubrs. ) 11,' 1877* 



^ 



Sje,^ Xxu> 



Clj9t*>^ 



.V. 



Ko-roo 



Wintoon 



^Colusa[s" ^ 

Tribe on v/est bank Sacramento river, Colusa CO., Calif. 
Spelled Colusi by Taylor, Calif. Farmer, XIII, March 23, 

1860; Colusas , Ibid, June 8, 1860. . 
•Bancroft, Native Racps,l,-362,^''i874. 

♦Coluses.— Bancroft, Ibid, on map opp. p. 522, 1874. 

Colusa. ^-Bancroft; Ibid , III, »566, 1875 (cJU..;/*:^*^^ 

Colusa : Given in Sacramento Union in 1852 as tribe which 
had long lived in vicinity of town of Colusa (name of 

town derived from tribe) and niambered about 300«~ 
Sacramento Union, April 15, 1852* 



•CoV 



vcs 6- 



M^\\cIlo 










^^KAols A<K^\^C\^^'^'»^^ 



Coluses 



Wintoon 



A numerous tribe on the W side of Sacramento R. --Harry L. 
Wells, Hist. of Nevada Co., Calif., 27, 1680. 



See Ko-roo 



•Colusi 



*-«.- 



Ko-roo 



nuioMjkaa, 



\MW\7 



oovu 



Taylor, Calif, Fanner, Vol. XII I, No. 5)^1860 




U81« 



'•The Colusi, Coptls , Willys , & Kvmatins ranged 

througji the country around the [Marysville] Buttea*" 
-aemBidwell in History of Sutter Co* by Ifin.H.ahamberl 
& Harry L.Wells, 0akland,13,1879* 

Colusi Indians: Tribe mentioned in Daily Alta California 
[San Francisco]. July 30, 1851- Also Ibid.Uarch 18.1852 







- vm\\\jlK&\^0 



^t^.o.'sJLNJL^^lrvXLL^ J^i*^ S'\^,\m ({j^— S.l.^!*)lU.b^ti) 



>\^^u\:^o\v 







( 



CoA 



U- 



In 



00 



7 






Co-lu. 
Colu* 



C.C.Boyoes 18tli Axm*Bept«Bar.Eth 

p. 786, 1899 

lUd: p.963. 



for 1896-97 ♦ Part 
publ*1901 • 



2: 



S^JLJL oJUv ^V^,- lu. . 
Set VCo-tDO 



Colujae 



Colujse * — 
Diary of 

Library, 



^9-rp 9 



Wintoon 



Mentioned by John A. 
Events from l845~8,_p. 
1881. 



Sutter in New 
72, MS Copy, 



Helvetia, 
Bancroft 



X 



See Ko-roo 



xoo 



Wintoon 



their own tribe on oecramento 



Kplroo : Ko- 

* Ko -roo : Ko-roo name for 
Kiver (CoTusa" region). 

•The Ko'-roQ extended far west into the interior, reaching 
edge of foothills— past Maxwell & Colusa Junction & 
almost to Sites. On north they reached to a small lake 
(called Too-too ), about halfway between Princeton & 
Butte City. Information from A.C.Mitchell and father 
(old Tony Bill), Pat win Indians.— Calif .Journ. , p. 30, 
Aug. 19, 1928. -cii, . 

•Learned from Ko-roo & Pat-win Indians that Sycamore & 
Meridian belonged to the Ko^-roo . whose southernmost 
rcha ( Kah-Tpi' de^-he ) was at sycamore; and that the 

northernmost PatWin rcha. (Lok-lok^-m^h^ was at Grimes. 
Calif.Joum. , p.48, Sept. 16, 1928. 



v 



Ko»roo de-he 

* Ko-roo de-he: Rancheria 
Uoiusa. Largest of all 



K-' 



0->00 



V/intoon 



on Sacramento hiver, on site of 
Gave name to the tribe.— 



Ko-ru-^i 






Ko-roo 



\ 



Pat-win. 



Tribe at Colusa, Colusa Co., Calif. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif., r 219, 1877 



See Ko-roo 



Korusi 



Winioon 



^^ \CoWv;^CV<-^'*^«>ol 



Korusi. A tribe of the Patwin division 
of the Copehan family, formerly living at 
Colusa, Colusa co. , Ca'l. It was once com- 
paratively populous, as Gen. Bidwell 
states that in 1849 the village of the Korusi 
contained at least 1,000 inhabitants ( Pow- 
ers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 219, 1877). 
They are spoken of as clannish, and fond 
of nursing family feuds. When a Korusi 
woman died, leaving a very young infant, 
her friends shook it to death in a skin or 
blanket. Powers (p. 226) says the Ko- 
rusi hold that in the beginning of all 
things there was nothing but the Old 
Turtle' swimming about in a limitless 
ocean, but that he dived down and 
brought up earth, with which he created 
the world. 

Colouse.— Powers in' Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ni, 518, 
1877. Colusa.— Ibid., 219. ColusL— Taylor in Cal. 
Farmer, Mar. 23, 1860. Corusies.— Powers in Over- 
land Mo., XIII, 543, 1874. Ko-ru-si.— Powers in 
Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 219,1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. 7^7, 1907 



•Q'O-Kql-'Vvo^ 



'?«.\ 



NMV^ 







^^J^^*—^ ci^Wi(^- 




\%^^\ ^A.vs^ 



^ V r 



O ^ '>- n 



J 






C Vv Ol\vv- Yy^oA: - ^ti 



T^i^vKil 



}a. 



\K\ nx^ 



t^Yv 



l>l5U3^o^ Lou-X ru^^M^bC^ U.S.Vx^ tvvwwA.. 0^ ^^^^-^ ^0^^^ t- "^o^-^ 



Ghan-et-M 




t.ir: 



C*C*Boyce: 
IMd; p.952. 



Sth Aim.Rept.Bur.Eth. for 1896-97 iPart 
p. 786, 1899 rpul)1.190i]. 



^-aX CLWv/^'VwCt-eb CLVjXVvv-€-V:-ko ,dWaw<L\:Wo . 



To^\: ^ vvo 



V 



7oir 



NMVV- 



\NlWb 









HovISUjl aJL%.s,j^ ^U^juULK. ^ 



S-o^ aQ-^ "r oJt->wflLW 4 ^«-^ ^ ^^ 



^ (k,\ - >f\cx\v 



1^0^\ 



NKVW 



\Mvw\ciory. 






I ^ ^ iz. ', $>JLA/<Jlfc^ 



^^ 435>,3S^ \«\0S-. 



Tatnah* 



C.C.Royce: 18th Axm.Rept.Bur.Etb.for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p. 962. 1899 (publ.l90i] ♦ 



(C 



T^(0>-Tow^-vvo 



H/v.^aJ^^ 



lL>AAwr\ 





\\ 



-0-c/C«-w.PuOlX j^"*-^ 



cUSL , WoAAiJ^ Iflu-J^^, 







SjQ^ 0JU-V^CK-\;^X(kV. 







T 



, t2^, \^0^. 






\M \ w\ 



oow. 






^JlX dWoc OU--X iit)C*^v>^^. 



V 

r 
It 



Cha 



TowXWvVv. 



Y4 \ Yv.\ oow 



Rancher ia with 1500 inhabitants in Sacramento Valley, 
Calif., visited b^/^S^E in 1821.— Bancroft, Hist. of 
Calif., II, 447, 1885(a^o>u^ iyisS-Aa^). 

Cha:: Rancheriavi sited by Argaello in 1821; abo\it 
1500 inhabitants.— Fr. Bias Ordaz, Diario de la 
Expedicion del Sr.Don Luis Arguello, 1821. Arch. 
Sta. Barbara Fission, Vol. 4, p 175, 176. 1806-1821. 
About 7 hrs march N of Capa. "On the jay there was 
another rancheria near this named Corur-Ibid. 



S^JO<^V\.gL- «i.W^ ^ cLW<k.lv' (^«-^We. . 



V^.^:!!:^ ^ C oVw^io. , 



CWe^ 







^»>^ Kotoo 



\vil>v3: 



^<^>v. 







*"-*^ ^ Wq>.V\ cl>^-Vv^ c-aw^~— k_Ji* 







7(:>o<.^^, 




gle V Vw t, &X-s~^ '^ 






$LJix ^W0L,W-c)L^^\\-^ 






NMOfV 




^T^fAS^ 







A^^iC_ 



X^Jij^^ 






Chachi: Rancheria menti 



Ifi ^fi — L i bro 



\Mvwxoov i 






anc 



Solano. Original MSS. Bancroft Library. 1824«1837> 



§^JUL CWa WvJLCtkCLly^oW.^ JI<lUv3^ 



See also Chachi 



Dok-duk 



Ko-roo 



Wintoon 



Dok-duk : Rancher ia west side Saciamento River about 2 
miles below Colusa. — c^»^v^~. 






Tou^vsi 



>MVVV 



\Mbvt 



DAW 




C^SUx-M^.- \M".S. 




Q|.H.T*|*^' 



^U5LuotJc^i*..c-w^W.:^,^0, \'»'\L 



Suu^oJUj^ ^6<,JIulC,1>v.«.JLm^c.^ 



liOQ..(l.VJL^ 



■ vcv\:NMVV\ • 



\Mi^^^■\:OoYv- 



TjsXx 



Ct>\.Vx|(K*^ 



-^^--ac--4^ A^^jUX^ 1A vS ''X^^.-ySX^ 





Sji^/oCte^ kJLJj^;, ^ ^!3^ 35", \^o^. 






\%stz 



Doodao >>- C.C.Eoyoe: 18th Ann.Rept.Bur.Bth.for 1896-97, Part 2; 

p. 964, 1899 [put)!. 1901] . 




(CJU.**C)% ^♦S.^^oou-v. 




^J^«J^liu.;:.J^OuC i"^W5l5>u.c>oc-JL6c. 



^tiCL-dL 



i 



\\ \ w. 



\Nml 



ooH . 



~T>1Xj^ vVv JUau-X 'V'-jiXJ-f \ ,% .thJudL 




. cC^ ^tflUv.^ Violu^xt*^^ 



f>-t...^cioW4e^^,^LejOlt.^,l^^\. -^ V^ CkU > VOLoJb^^ > \ ^Si ; ^ift/vviCfck ^tf-^, 



S>^ 32>, :s£, \'ioe. 



V-^UiKAX ^^^ H.W.^OLck^L^. - ^^tx leW-le, 



Tocde. — C.C.Boyce: 18th Ann»Rept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p.962, 1899 rpubl.lSOJj* 



S^<2.^ oV.!.\?<t ^T?i\d\, 



• To^kti . (^rTok^-til 



\M\YV 



\ 



Win tun 



Old village of Southerly dialect, near W bank of 
Bart l ot t creek about opposite present Cache Creek 
Ridge rancheria, which is back on ridge short dis- 



tance W of creek. 



\v 



^ ^th. 



• Tokti : u^Barre 1 1 , 3TXr^ The ^^mtun Hesi Ceremony, Univ. 
^n^alif.Pubs.in Arch 6c Sthn. ,7ol.l4,No.4,p.456,L!arch 1912 



S<i.^ oJlAi^ "To C- 0.^ . 




nuc 



^ 



d 



\ 



D 



u 



^ 



M^ 







\^ 



s 



V/ 



I 



Vlo^ 



e 



^ 



• W^Vx (X NM ft.X^\ (,|[vWA »^ Hu.\^ C^O 






-^^l^JL^juTi b Am)os — ^-T^^^ 




^^ t-^^JQsKps NUA)sJ)JU.- 1^ 



Nu cha a wai ^! Tri hn irf^ff^.irirf^A to_Tule _SivGr. ^^iilason^ 



; 




s for Collectors of Am, Basketry . Bull. 39, U.3 
Na t . Mu s.> p. 29, 1902> 



» Blno g#w-ehoir'-^r> ^Mi^^ ^ Wal »^ vMa,l \ , ^i^t-cL ^t^ , Wx^JLol^. cU v 



Nu-che-we 



Yokut 



'Nu-che-we : Sub tribe on 
Yokut Inds. of Kaweah 
388, map opp.3B8. 



branch of Tule 
Region, Sierra 

927. 



River. — Geo.W. Stewart 
Club Bull., Vol. 12, No4 



.Nuchav/ayi 



Nuchawayi. The plural of Nuta, the 
name applied by the Yokuts in the plains 
to the Yokuts and Shoshonean tribes ot 
the Sierra Nevada to the e. in Cahtorma. 
The Nuchawayi are mentioned as a party 
tothetreatyof Apr. 29, 1851. 

New-chow-we.-Royce in 18th Rep. B A. E. . 782, 
1899. Nu-chow-we.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 
32dCo ng., spec, sess., 255, 1853. . 

Handbook Am. Indiana 
Pt. 2, p. fc , 1910 













• Nil cha a wai i: 
Gonectorg 




Mus., p. 29, 12Q2 



Tribe*^m^^Tule River 
of ilmerica n Basketry. 






— Mason, Directiohg 
Bull. 39, U.O.Nat. 





HU.^\XOL\NOL'«1.V 



lIu-chovMve 



X l^v^-t 



Tribe signing treaty at Cdiud Keyes, Kings river, Calif 
May 30, 1851. - Barb oc:ur. Senate Ex.' Dod. 4, Special Sessio 
P 2 



00 



1 



U*-»^-vajL/ 



bOc.)^ -- W <^*J^^l}ai±M^ » \ ^ff 2.\ ti*-^fc hj4>l<=^ 3, \H, \S, 






ilos. 



.ft-Ouws«- 0^ U^^O\A/"tV 



OLS 




^ka^yJJL^^SU^ CL^ bt-u.<Lka>»tOu\4l ,-fiA.^^<^ Vlv--b>- . 




^VuJ^QAvcJu♦'-HJlU^lvX.c^ l'?tzLr, 



e,^aJ2^ MwVo.o.,MtcctWa^a'^, ^^^^-^tvef^J^..^ ^ V«Lu.(tocv.cki.V«Lv^Ulv^k*i 



Potvdsha 




% 



Shoshonean 



« 



- Potw isha: Given by Judge Fry as tribe^ nunibering over 
'2000 in 1856/ wiicse main rancheria was |,t Hospital 
Rock on north bank of Middle Fork Kahweah River* "The 
dividing line betv/een this tribe and the vallej^ Indians 
of the Watchumna t rib e was at Lime Kiln Hill, Lemon 
Cove.*'--Jt*€tge Walter Fry in Stockton Record,^ Feb ,21 ,1925 

. l^^t-wisha ! Tribe •'high up along the Kawesh RlVer^. — 
Geo.W.Stewart.Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Region, Sierra Club 
Bull.Voll2,No.4.388,roap opp.388,plate CXXIII..1927. 



See Pad-doo-'sha 

See also Paloushiss, Pal-wish-a, Pol-we-sha 











pV-^>A-<j»^ ^-v^ 



A 



^-^""^^^-^^^ JlJ^-^ J^^^JLa Ck^ XA\>JU^ r.^<A>JUSjk 










SAJLTOwdL- (^.Oo -S k CL , To^iL- \m\sVv- <^»^ .To^V \mU W^'CJL, Tcl\o tLt Wii^S . 



*? cv.dw^(xoo - sKoL 



'^jOJ^j^ 



WOLA/««-i>joaix^ 



'A^;^j>^/>.~OtJ«-\** 



^ 



.S 



^e. 



Tc^^' W\s\\>^Vv 



7Vx^\ 



Q^ 






^J4i^ oiU^To.Vov^sVvUs ^T«LA.'«Wvi\v-a>W ^'Yo^VxMvsV-cv^'VoVNNe.Ao^ ,Potv;i3ha 







^^*-NiL oJL<_v 








TJU. 



\A-sflL-j7 ^t-CvOlAo. 



\OsAJOsAs-») X*^ 



. Padwisha : The Potwishas vere also known by this name. — 
Geo. W.Stewart, Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Re^on, Sierra Club 
Ball.. ?ol.l2.No.4, 1927. 393. 






'Pal-Y/ish-a. 



^e^ 1*0L^^ \nUV(x 



l:vv.\ 



Tribe Bigning treaty at Canip Keyo^, Kings river, Calif;, 
May 30, 1851. Barboiar, Senate EX. Doc. 4, Special Sesion 

p 255, 18515. ^ \t ^iJ^.ljv*x*!L«^ > ugjL; &^,,.;:^Ki^j:^ vAcAnos(<Mi Tal-wuw ^ >.\h) 



FalHvi8-ha. 



Palwlsha. 



C.C.Boyce: 18th Aon.Rept.Bar«Sth*for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p.782» 1899 [publ ♦1901] • 
Ibid: p.958. 



^ Palwishfl ! The Potwishas ¥»re also knoii^n by this nai». — 
Geo •W.Stewart, Yokut Inds. of Kaweah Region, Sierra 
Club Bull., Vol. 12, No. 4, 1927, 393. 



^^jiK tt5u^'Yo^X.vKiV^V.OLV,Tcv(^-lt(i'.sV.X .To^lovJL^W 



vs^ 



SKo^VvoVv^OAv 



Paloushisa 




Palouehisg.' — One of 12 tribes represented at a council 
held in a valley 35 miles from Elbow Creek, Tulare Co., 
June 1856. — Letter from Gen. E.F.Beale to Gov. J.Neely 
Johnson of California, July 12. 1856, published in 'San 
Francisco Herald, July 13, 185o. 



Palu Palo ushiss. •• 

same letter from Beale 
F 

end __ .__ 

next) . CBm^TalLu. S-^ vkuaju*,^ 



aJL^ typographical error} in 

^.-> ^. , jublisned m Bonsai's 'Edward 

itzgerald Beale', p. 193, 1912. ('Palu' is printed at the 
nd of one line and 'Paloushiss' at the beginning of the 



Paloush iss. — One of a number of tribes that roamed fron 
the Tuolumne to Kir^s Piver and the Tejon, on the E of 

the San Joaquin, the Tulare Lakes and in the Sierra ' 
i;;eYada,_as stated by Lieut. Beale in 1856.— A. S -Taylor, 



Calif. Farmer, Vol- 13, No. 16, June «, 1860. 
See also Pad-doo-sha, Pad-wish-ah 



Lov e.T^ 



Palou8hi33 
Taylor) • 



.—Bancroft, Native Races, 1:456, 1874 (after 



Lo>/cti 



Wuk-sar-chi 



Mona die 



r 



Shoshonean 



Wuk»3a-chi : Mentioned together with En-dim-bitz and 
Wo-»po-noioh as "branches of^^Piute tribe". —Martha Louise 
Baker in Fresno [Calif,] Republican, Dec. 14, 1924* 

.ftikaaglu;''^ "Tribe of Paiute origin near Kshom Valley*.— 
Geo. W.Stewart, Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Region, Sterra Club 

Bull.7Vol.l2,No.4, 392, 1927. 



V 



See Wuk-sa-che 

See also Wok-sach-e, Wik-sach-i. Waksachi ,Wack3acher 



XoUl 



treaty at Camp Keyes, Kings river, Calif., 
Barboi:ir, Senate Ez. Doc. 4, Special Sessionl 



Po-ken-v/o lle^ 

Tribe signing 
May 30, 1851. 

p 255, 1853. 

Po-ten-^well . — C.C.Royoe: 18th Ann.Bept.Bur.Bth-for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p. 782. 1899 pabl.1901 . 
PoteeMell.— ibid: p. 958. 






^^iSL'?o-Ko\M-\i\i^\X<L,To-\'<-o~vv«.Au\ ^1febV'V\VYlV^NMG^cL«\^o-V. 



OVV'VM^ 



l-V 



ri 



x< 



Vc WoaaOA vj-'- i^^\ 



1 



- Yav/il chine 

Tawilchine. A Yokutn (Mariposak) 
tribe, not further identifiable, probably 
living formerly between Kaweah andTule 
rs., Cal. They joined with other tribes, 
in ceding lands to the United States under • 
t he treaty of May 30, 1851, when they w ere 
placed on a reserve. In 1882 the Yawit- 
sJisnni were mentioned as on Tule Kiver 
res. The word may be only a dialectic 
synonym of Yaudanchi , plural Yowechani 
for Yowedchani, which in certain aialects 
would become Yowelchani. (a. l. k. ) 

Yah- wil-chin-ne.— -Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 
32(1 Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. Ya-wU-chine.— Rovce 
in 18th Rep., B. A. E., 782, 1899. Ya-wil-chuie.— 
Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 
255, 1853. Yawitshenni.— Hoffman m Proc. Am. 
Philos. Soc , XXIII, 301, 1886. Yoelchane.— Wes- 
sells (1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d 
sess.. 32, 1857^; 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. f/^'; 1G07 



Yokut 



' Ya-wil-chuie (v^o^^A \w\o^^v/^lU^WVvO 1 



Y^WLl 



Tribe signing treaty at Ganip Keyes, Kings river, Calif., 
May 30, 1851. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session] 
p 255, 1855. 



Sj^ 



OL- \MlVc\\\-Vv^ ^X0NN-^.cW-Vv.(L ^t-^V-cWvX^. 



Yawilchini (or Tauedchani) 



Y9KUT 



Plural foms of YaAanchi 
Hutaa (plural Nuchamyi) 
p- 479, 1925. ^ 



ind Yaulanohi, also called 
Kroebtn Handbook Ind, Calif 



Sea Yaudanchi,' Yaulanchi, Mutaa 



I cx^- Wv.\. 



TaaAjJI 



^0^\<^S'\, 



V^ ^»A^ l>auC^iUs. ^ \\z^\ S^^^.J:^^JLP^^I.^,:3, K\nog( ^OL>w\Uc* ' 




Y»-wil-K?hine««- C.C.Boyce: 18th Inn.Bept.BnrlBth^for 18 

^ ,, ^, ^art 2: p»782, 1899 fpuW .19011 

Ywrilchine^- ^ Ibid: p. 963. •- J 












_i( plural 
fluiTplural 
p. 479, 1925. 





L) also called 
ok Inda. Calif 



- ^ • . -# • 



f »«'«■»« 



\ 



Yauh-dauhn-shees 



Yokut 



Yauh-dauhn-s heeg ! -Spfellif^g by P.P. 
01 me Upper Tule.--Porter7ille 
1931. (Article by Miss Sylvia 




Latta for 
Recorder , 
e). 



tribe 
Oct. 20 



See also: Yaudanchi 



.t 










^^^^^^^^^-^iJ^lOl^L 



XcL>N^di <t OCYv.-\ 






UbfiM^ 



-SubtrihA_jui bmiMih^cf^__TulaJRiierv..=Gecu 



CXXIII 



JBflp,0pp.3aR, 



- Yaudanclii 



Yaudanchi. The Yokuts (Mariposan) 
tribe on Tule r., s. central Cal., that for- 
merly occupied the region about Porter- 
ville, the present Tule River reg., and 
the headwaters of the river. They are 
now on Tule River res. , together with the 
Yauelmanior ''Tejon'^ Indians and rem- 
nants of other Y okuts tribes. ( a. l. k. ) 

Nuchawayi.— A. L. Kroeber, infn, 1903 ('moun- 
taineers/ or * easterners * : name given by plains 
tribes about Tulare lake; plural form; not re- 
stricted to Yauelmani). Nuta.— Ibid, (the 
same; singular form). Olanches.— -Taylor in 
Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. Yaudanchi.— Kroeber 
in Univ. Cal. Pub., ii, 171, 1907 (own name, sin- 
gular). Yaulanchi.— Ibid, (name applied by most 
of their neighbors). YawMSn'tshi.— Hoffman 
in Proc. Am. Philos. Soc., xxiii, 302, 1886. 
YawMmo'ni.— Ibid., 301 (Wikchumni name). 
Yoednani.— Kroeber, inf n, 1903 (pi. form of Yau- 
dimni.) Yolanchas. — Bancroft, Nat. Races, i, 
456, 1882. Yowechani.— Kroeber in Univ. Cal. 
?11^ II, 171, 1907 (ownname^plura l^ . 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. l,p. ff/ 1007 



Yokut 



'^r* 



u 



V 



^' S,A4I0 



M 



. ^>*^^^ '<» 



^ V 



_. .^X- --..^ 



- » 



Tauedchani or Yawildiini 



Tokut 



Plural for 

( plural 

p 479. 




^(^ or 
LTT Kroeber 



also called Nutaa 
book, Ind. Calif. 



See Yaudanchi^ Yaulanchi. Nutaa 



Yaudanchi 



Yokut 



•«-i 



"Tie southern Yokuts of the upper end of the San Joaquin 
valley, today [are] represented principally 'oy the survi- 
vors or the Ym:idanciii and Yau o Iman i trioes on lUle Kiyer 
Reservation", --A.L.Kroeber, in Journal Aiiierican JolK-Lore, 

XIX, 142, 1906. 

» Yaud a xnc hi : Tribe mentioned by A.H.Gayton, Crhost Dance of 
1870 in So. -Central CaJif . ,p. 61 X*t950.<J^oU.u.-bs ^viecrt^^-n. 

Mono Chief 8 & Shamans. 365.378.382,386 8wl. Oct. 1930 



Yau-dan-chi : Subtribe on branch of ?ule fiiver 
Stewart .Yokut Ii^.of Kaweah Eegicn . Si 
7ol.l2.No.4,p.388,map opp.388, 1^^ 



erra 



— Geo.W. 
Club Bull 



• f 



J 



*- * 



^ OL\M ~ A^OL'vv *<,Vv 







*mF " 



OYXR 



Yaudanchi 



Card 2 



Yokut 



lldanclu. Yaulanchi (plural Yaugdchani or Yawilchihi): 
Tribe on Tule River m the foothills, especially North 
& Middle Forks. Rchas.were Shawahtau . Ukuaui . Uchiy in>s:etaU ^ 

""' pJ&yi(?).--Kroeber. Hdbk. Ini3.Calif.-.479. - 1925. 




Yaud^mchi: Steward, Julia.n H. Ind. Tribes Sequoia Nat Park 
Rt^gion, Nat. Park Service, 1935. 2 maps, fac. pp 1.2. 



See Yaw-dan-che .mi,.- 4. „ 

See al so Yaweden tshi , Shawahtau ,Ukunui .Wchiyingetau 

Tungoshud - 



Ymdiniih 1 or 

also oallea fm 
Handbook Inds. 




iTlJalir. 



( plural 
lunil ■" 



p. 479 




i or l^aiilfihini ) 
Kroeber^ 



V 




I 




v/ 



f^ 



O^S-S^^ 



^ 4^ 



Tassee*— C.C.Boyce: 18th Hm^Rept.Bur.Bth.fop 1896-97, PApt Zi 

P.96S, 1899 rpubl . 1901] . 



■\ 



J) •? SoTftl^L (^Ouvvflc^lHU-jO. 



V 



^UJL aSU^Mos.s-Sl. 









^[XA'yCr 






^ n - ^^ M, , Jh 



^^^--J^Jky.^::?^ ^-^^ US-i. (1^>.^^ , ^\^'S■ J "^ ^^') 



N|Vj/vJ3d^* — Am4 "^-wtj^^^ Mo^s>^e<^ 





^JUk» ^ 0^^ - S'R.'L ■ 



Yusumne 



<m^ 



Mewko 



Mewan 



Yus umne • — Tribe of wild Indians or Gentiles in lower 
acramento valley in country E of San Joa^quin k Sacra- 
mento rivers* Population in Nov. 1846, 81 (35 Males & 
49 females). — E.i.Gatten's Census of Indian Population 
made for John A. Sutter's Report to Sec'y of State, 
Dec. 20, 1847, In Documents for the Hist, of Calif. 
1846-49. MS, Bancroft Library. 

Yusumne . — Bancroft [after Sutter 1847], Native Baces, 

^0, 1874. 




Yu sumne . Yusumney ^ — Spellings in Sutter *s Diary. 

"Shulule the Tusumnev chief." — New Helvetia, Sutter 
Diary of Events from 1845-48, pp. 77, 173, MS, Copy, 
Bancroft Library, 1881. 

[Note: Accordir^ to Sutter, the C o sumne . Yal e sumne , and 
Yus^ne, were 3 entirely different tribesl \ 

See also Yosumnis 



Yusumne 



Midu 



Yusumne (Yu::i5ujii:.ne) . A former Maidu village, said 
by Hale to have been on Feather r., in Sutter co., Cal., 
but now asserted to have been either on the s. fork of ' 
American r., or near lone, Amador co, (R.E.D.) 

, fet. Races, I, 
t^?' ^^'^^- Ya.]uiTiui,» -Taylor in Gal. Fanner, Oct. 16, 

Ya3,oswnr]^R.— Hale, Ethnog. and Philol., 651, 
Yalesuiiini.>>Latham in Proc. Philol. Soc. Lond., 

" sumnes.-.Hale, op. cit. Yasumni , - - ' 



sumne 



\^ 



1861. 




VI, 79, 1654. 



Latham, op. cit. Yosurnnia.-.Taylor, op. cit., June 8, 

Yusumne . --Sutter (1647) quoted by Bancroft, op. 



1660. 
cit. 






<k5^ 



landbook Am. India; 
^- 1» p. /<?//, 1907 



N 



Ols U.>w\ve^ 



9 



Xb^^^^-^ 







'tt^.K^S.'t^U.^t^. C si, UHi-, Bancroft, Native Races, I, 
pA^O, 1874. .Yaesumies. — IMd, p:450. 

Yasunme .— Bancroft. Ibid . 111. -567. 1875 biame only).**^-' 



Yasuznne • 



- Keane, App. Stanford's Comp.(Cent. and So. Am.)» 476, 1878 
(quoted by Powell. Linguistic Families, p. 99, 1891 J. 



W aJU^ V «^ S U.VvV\.v V ^ ^Uk>v^Vv » Wsu.v^w^s,Hu.;juLw.v.l , V4it8ww>ves. 



Yo suimi i S 




V 



Q \K\ Giirx 



Tribe between American and Mokalunme rivers, Calif. 



(^Bancroft, Native Races 
[Taylor, Calif. Farmer, 



Pacific St^ites, Vol.1, p450, 1874 
Vol. XI II, June 8, 1860. 




^ t S l^V^V^^ 5 



So^oJlt^ ^V^^^jt^cVvVvQ^ , ^ <i & 0^ >v>^-\^^ , 



Locklom nee 

Rancheria in Sacramento Valley. —Bancroft 
Native Races, Vol.1, p. 450, 1874. 



(after Sutl^er), 

A 





I 




Uoci A'VJ^'Vn^ 



'YifL, 



\w^\H\kW 



V 



g-\HOCVv. 






l'JLk-1 



uv'Vvv V. V (^ >A>-) , , c.A.\f 



>aJ<<_ •r-o...^.^ (^S. fr 



Loclunme ♦ — C.C.Royoe: ISth A2m»Bept.Bur*Eth*for 1896-97» P 

p.956» 1899 [publ. 1901] • 




«X^»-^ Lva^clK W^ww Ok , Lo<^ ti -vvv w v «► , V^^Wk Va.Yi ^i 

Locolomne, Locolomv, 




Ve! 



MsiV^ 



k 



U 



^\MQ^'W 










fe^^^iJUuA. 



fig,: "The Luck-lxun- 



Amador Co/' ~ Prank T. Gilbert in History of Placer Co. 
Oakland, Thompson & West Pubrs, 36, 1882. 



^JO^A<lV L(?.QlOVvvWvS, UocIulVWn,^ 




\a 



tKle'v%N.w ^e 



^tU^g.VvQL'Vv. 



Vvl 



00 



0«U-VvN.v\.c4 




"Y^lAxx rw^uoiZfc-^ yj^W-i^:fev\ ^^j^iAA^-^^ »i^'^v^ >L ^ 







^v\^.^\%<^^n,nc,'^w'C^\^o\). 



Woraanne * 



Ibid: p.963 



r^ 






/ 



^ciV 



c^^s 



~\j^^xA)0^ -v^- 




M t ^VvO\N<.W\\VoL, >^>JLakM^ 



^oo^^^Woo 



^V^>ji^NA:^:sj(^/so>l ^ JLoM i A^\ 



.mo-XMvLW 



hs^ 




|\JL^|C^^ V ^J^AAA^^Vw^OX^ ^ A^^vAXik/v^^^ 






3^I?mM 




06i .-■^■=: 



'^ -A^^ 




Vft->>-'^-Njo^s,4^ CLj»^....^>s^ "Xt-^W^w 



fiMu .^u^ — ^. Ul.a^{^^...|v^ 



'^^^^->^^^'':fe^aiU A^. .-trr.^ .il.:^^ 



«^-»-C:fcw ^^4^ g^ 













■ Nootchoos, -— Bancroft (after 



,. , at. Racefi. T;455,l 



J 



5-$o<H' 



^iLS>,ftL^ Uo<^^-g.Wv^.VAnnl.^W. 



[pvey- 



Noot-chu 



■gjiic- ^oc'bdfvoo 



Me-\vuk stock 



/(>d 



Band in Merced region, Mariposg. Co. Calif. 
L. H. Bunnell , The Yosemite,>^g''^,;- , 1892. 

ribe on South Fork of Merced River. — Ibid . p;43l 199 
^ Neut-chu. — Ibid > p. 168. 'Noot-choo. — Ibid , ;223,V 



"P-^-^ Ji^v^<-.jJl^ o:%~Waji-4oi.'wc-:!W»A!\.. ^ 






W 



Hoot-choos 

B«-W in Chowchilla ValleY,^alif. --Galen Clark, Indians 
of Yosemite, p.'5, 1904;^pfabe3 orTrres^ and Kings River 
Reservations in 1850 and 1851. —Ikii, Sd ed,, p.-112,1907 



T-^o^ t^bfeX^-a.Vv eo JuXioJJL oZ^ XNocS SoL.'Vuv'\^a^ -^'-'^fe^wiccv^ cLko\Mt.WllL 




Noot-choos • -- A.S.Tavlor, Calif 
(after Rept. Commr. Ind. Affairs 



Farmer, June 12, 1863 
for 1862). 



' Uoo-^Wq^kA\:^W C.»^Moo>aWo^VNl-VvkVvl 











Hoo'-cWoo ^•'«- NooV"<^V^oq) To'Ko-k^.UWr. 



So \we,vkiv-Vw 



* t^oo^-^VcQot Mrv\.^rwj3^<i'^vsu Meu.>v^ 



v^^ To- W-ng.- <i.Vjg »f <lt-oo K 'Kifc 






NuOttvT.,Ji^, 



GUml 



. I*l5!>0-- 



S^^ Moot'^<LWoo<kTo'>We-Vve'^cWe 



Ilook-choos 



^^<L HtjoV^W^oS" 





Tribe in council at Canip Barbour, 
Calif., AprilJ^1851.CsM:la 




MoKee, -Baiibour -& fozoncraft. 
Session, p 74,^^l*fe. 




San Joaquin rive 
. Special 



McKoo. Dai - bov p 





e Ex 7 

Nook-choos 

Tribe (on reservation between Tuolumne 
Calif., in 1851. 





S 



ess., p. 22, 1852. 



Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st 



^>>X <oLt^^Y\o<>'t:.<t\vx,^,V\wV-<iV\>A.,V\o<>V.>cW 



\ov«.r 



Nook-choos 



[Card 2] 



Mewan 



Nook-choos : Reported as one of 5 tribes of "Mountain Ind- 
ians" (h ow- ecn- eis . Chuck- chau- ces ^ Chou-chil-liy ^ 
Po- ho- nach- e s > and Nook-cho os) sub.iect to (irand Uhief 

Nai-yak-qua, and signing treaty* — Daily /Ita California, 
May 10, I851* 

Nook-Choos:: ^Tribes "peculiar tojthis section of California." 
— Clovis Independent, liar. 7,' 1929. 

" Nook - choos : ^ tnrb^in vicinity of Clovis^. —Fresno 
Republican, Mar. 2, 1929. 



Mookchoo Indians> -*->J. McKee (1861), 6en.Ex.Doc.4, Special 
Sess. 1853, p. 88, 1853. 

m 

•Other spellings are; ' N6okohoos (t>P.88.89);' Mookohoo band 
(p. 89). , 

Hook-ohOQ »^C . C > Boy fta * 18th Aim.Ropt.Bur.2th.for 1896-97, Pmrt 2* 



gookohoo .— Ibid; p*957 



p.782, 1899 pabia901 




^ 



■lookcliue 



§ULJL 



V 



rn 



Native R 




Ij:^ 



^nmOlVv 



-^-^gfelOJlQ^j a^Wcsts^f^^ 



3 



CI lie — StatBs,Ji)Trr;_4L_^5i^874. 



onimr 



, Indian Affairs for 1854, 




fV^-^^^^'^OI^^fej^-C,. M 3>ti>* V^A/vVvJi./«-^ , ^L^ ^Jiy2^. 



Bancroft, 



»^^--<a.<LmA 



'Noochues^— Bancroft, Ibid , on map opp. p.'322, 1874. 



^ cJLo. Hoo'^:>cW(>o ^ V\<^(^V^aWu^.Hu.-\:',<i.Wo^.M^t>W>cLVvu .MooV.cWt^ 






V 



^VM 'VM OlW 



K 



e^vNocifv, 



A-^ ^...v^ *..L^. \vLx.v^ jJL,,^^ ,,^ A^ ti^ UaUaxj cI cU.4..uccAAJUU.V<.v<.WW 




loot 



■Band on South Fork of Meroed River under Pon-watch-ee 

?''^' ^^^ V^Il^a^^^Y his brother, in 1851 . -Bunnell , 
|30very of Tosemxte^i^Sd ed . , -223, 1892. 



Ncot-cho. - 



- J.E.Leeter, The Yo-semite, 10, Providence, 

1873 









"Vvxe-VTsi 



(V(K. 



^ i| VVUoJLo^V!du>.L^ 




•(l?(i.l?'iMtH 




~ History. of Fresno Co,, 171, San Prancisco,lS82 
.W.Elliott & Co.PubrsJ 





r 




^VrCik^.O. 



^A^aQ<L^H^o\>^WotiS, VWcW«%s.V\ooV^Vvo^^VlotW^Wv.-t 



Pohonichi 



4 




^ 



'^-^CAn^^ '■■^''^^ 



^ Y«?lc^ 



^ (iM^»^^ 



^^Oo-Woww^d.^lvi^ 



Mev/an 

Pohonichi. A name applied to those 
Indians of the Moquelumnan family who 
formerly lived during the summer months 
in Yosemite valley, Cal. The name is 
derived from Pohono, the Indian name 
for Bridalveil fall in Yosemite valley. 
These people lived during the cold season 
in the Sierra foot-hills along Merced r. 
Of the original group of people to which 
the term was applied there are now ( 1906) 
but two or three survivors. (s. a. b. ) 

'Fonechas.— Bancroft, Nat. Races, i, 363, 1874. 
Openoches.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860 
•Pah-huh-hach-is.— Johnston In Sen. Ex. Doc 6l' 
32d Cong., Istsess., 23, 1852. » Phonecha.— Hen lev 
in Ind. Aff. Rep., 512, 1854, Po-ha-ha-chis.-John- 
ston, op. cit., 22. • Poho-neche.— Royce in 18th Rev 
B. A. E., 822, 1899. Po-ho-ne-chees.— Barbour in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 252, 1853. 
Pohoneechees.— Bancroft, Nat. Races, I, 456, 1874 
•Po-ho-neech-es.— McKee et al. (1851) in Sen. Ex 
Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 74, 1853. •Po-ho- 
neich-es.— xM cKee in Ind. Aff. Rep., 223, 1851. .Po'- 

?o:2^"*^-r^9Y®'^ *^ ^^^^- N. A. Ethnol., ni, 360, 
i^'I;^'!^°^""<'*^«-— Savage (1861) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 
4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 231, 1853. Po-ko-na-tri — 
Wessells (1863) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong 
1st sess., 30, 1857. • Powhawneches.— Barbour et al' 
mSen. Ex^Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 61, 1853.' 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 2, p.;y2,, 1910 



t ^ 



Po-liQ-ni-chi S<^4^1>ft,v..^v.o^.Un 



Tribe on north bank of Fresno river, 
Powers Jribei] of Calif, p 549 1877. 



[V 



\ 



rVve-\N(vLW 





[era Co., Calif. 



^^C>dey ^t^^l;L_'lx^_^ToW 




0YW<2. 



1 U^VwVv O^Vl Xj^<j^ JLxa^^ 






Po-ho-no-chGegl S.u^-To- Vv ^ve^ cU 



Me-v/uk 



Band or sutotr ib e of Mew-v/oh ! I 

"The Territory claimed by the Po-ho-no-chees , joined that 
of the Yosernites on the south. During the suinmer months, 
thev occupied the region of the Po-ho-no Meadov/s, and 

the vicinity of the Po-ho-no Lake, j^ Their territory, 
hoY/ever, extended to the right bank of the South Tork of 



the Merced ^iveil**- 






H 




L.n. Bunnell, The Yosemite,.pi99, 1892J 






JL.W 






^^^uoO^ 




Y.(^\,\%^:i>. 



Also spelled 'Po-ho-neiclJes by McKee, Barbour & V/ozencraft, 
Senate Ex. Doc. .1,32nd. Cong., 1st. Sess. 484, 1852. 



-Pohuniche 



/ 



^^^O-ViO^'VvQ.^C^Vw^ i.J.t). Scvva^q, (KyuS^ 




Brown, Oct. 21, 1851. 






Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p!.*^52, 1853. 



^^^"VovVti-X^l-CK^ ft< 



t^So'SS^iek °^^°°^®^ ^^ Yosemite, Ist and 




::no.--Ibid, both editions, 223. 



See also Po-iio-na-chee j,.\v, vv.iA ». ■*■ u • l 










MllL^-l). 



W^'x] ^^^i^^^ocfe; Ax^os:^ w ^ , \nos-.f ?o-w»->v.<L<L^cW<^g.^ ujJt 




"Vci-Wft-V^-ciVv^ ^UL 



Po-ho-na-ch6e 



/>A4:«<iCj,'i<»^>/^'?^^ 



Me-wuk a took 



Bunnell, Discovery of YoBeinite,^3d^^ed.^p.208, 1892. 



H^4>3t5;j--'?o-Wo-vv6-tLW^«. 9lX1S>. 



^/s -^/J" 



oua4, /s^W; oJUk) 






To- Ko' t\o ' <oj\e/e5 . 



AUXIS^^^ CU4X /^. ^<'^<^^ 



7SKoT\ocKce._H>u.i?^o<xvwA,\^Ha./ 143, lUf. 






Po~ho-nacl^-es : Reported as one of 5 tribes of ''Mountain 
Indians" ( 

Po»ho-i^aQh-eq. 

OwtV^SVClltVMt* 



» Qhott-Q 

jind Nook^choos ) . subject to Grand Chief 
"^^'^Alta California, May 10. 1851. — 




^®® also Po-ho-no-chee 



^ 



/ 









I ^AjdA 




.0s>MW^<l\^9 .^c^V>->AV.>^\^,P 






Ay. V.A>\.j.^^^.j\^ Xtosjsj^ Av-^''»^^-o>^ 



""xX>/v AA>-v^C!fc^ JU^la^JLl- 



V^xp^ >--Powei?3. Tribea of Calif, , 5S0, 1877 f Pol h6-nL ..>..') 






1 6^TftV>(V^ 




lA.aU ^.^ 




^, 



Royee 




p>822/ 1899 pabia901 



696^ 




(after Eept> CommrT Ind Affairs for 1862)* 



June 12.1865 



^i..ouJL^:^>::^JVo;Q, 



j^^H^^^j^ 



Lqi. 




^Aj^'yo^V^^-Xq^ ^We^ 






T.»IV. <LGy>^ IJo^A^.^^ 3^U^^Kiy.a^^ ^^lC.^ ,^^'^ ^^^'^l'-l>aAK^ 





Pohoneechees. -Bancroft (after Powers), Native Races, I 

, locates the tribe on »*the north bank of' the 
rresno. " 




'Pohonecches. --Bancroft, Ibid, on 



map opp. p;322. 




[over 



Po"ho-ne*chee > — 

""■■■■■^"■■■><P*""'''>i"l"«Hi«Hi^Hi«Mi«iH^Hi«H^ 



J.E.Lester, The Yo-semite, 10,Provi 

dence, 1873. 



Ko~^'«--c£v^ jL^ 



» o 



t.u>. i. 



J t^» * I 



O^ 



evvi^(jc\<^ 



k. 



' Po-ho-ne^-chees 
Bww( living 

Creek in surrirKer, and on South Fork of Merced River 
winter, about 12 miles below Wawona. —Galen Clark 
ans of Yosercite, p;5, 1904, ' 

P9-bQ-ne»c^e^ ~ History of Fresno Co«,171, San Franc 
1882* ((W.W.Slliott & Go.PubrsJ 



Veil 

in 

Indi 



VERSO 



/ 



\ 



Po-ho-neech-Gs 



^JU.'Vo-Wft-yvo^rtl.fj, 



irioe m council at Caiip Barbour, on the San Joa 
Calif., April, a851.(^,^,t.^Clf^^^^,^.^^ 

McKee, .Barbour.^ Wo^encraft, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 
Session, p 74, 1853. 



1 \cv^i e 
quin river 



Special 



V.1^.Um>U j^^ \^rclI!IjLi?uw. 



^fcVjuOs, 




Ouc 



I 



(|L0LaaX 



Ol^ 



XXAtJi^ 



'^\r^ 




[tAJu4Av^>. ^LnJuJJi. 



Cy^.-- l^-^- ^Uaa-^/v.->^v^^w)^^I^-LC;^ 



Y- ^^^"f, ^^lv\^^?( \N(K^:tfa^t; U^ TokoKQ.^^ . 



iTi^f 




>Pohoneeohes. -Bancroft (after^ Lewis and ^Powers). Native 
Kaces, I, .455, 1874. 



<^^^, 



0^r^ 



Po-ho- 




Po-ho-ne-chee 



-Me-YA 






^•^S^Kd 



fif{^.Al3£l 






Po-ho-iiee-cliee 



C.C.ftoyoa! 18th Aim.Rapt.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, 

Part 2: p.782, 1899 [pttbl.l90l] . 

Pohoneechea . — Itld: p. 968. * . 

Po-Ho - Nee-Che es: <Tribes "peculiar to. this section of, 
CaTifornia-"--Clovi3 Independent, Mar. 7, 1929. 

♦Po-Ho-Nee-chees: TriBeXin vicinity of Clovis,. — Fresno 



"Republicrin, Mar. 2, 1929. 



lail 



V 



I 



Q.\^(^M(L 



-W 



Mewan 



heim Mewuk village in Chowchilla canyon,— Merriam, 
Dist.and^Classif. of Mewan Stock of California, Amer. 



346 



CK 



OMv( 



^ ^WlW cx-ls,i 



W 










T<^^/ 3S"?, l^^^ 






1 















Wl<^c^. Bancroft, Native Races, ^r4:5b^lQ74^^^^^^^^^^^ 



OiU^ i^XxJUd^flj^.U^^ 




isS] 



(bv«.T 



Chov/chillae 




TliG Chowehillas inhabit" from the Kern River of the Tu- 
lare deltas to the Feather river. "—Taylor in Bancroft's 
Hand Book Almanac, p. 32, 1864; quoted in 'Native Races, 
1,-455, 1874. 

Chowjhilla. —Bancroft. Native Races, III, -567, 1875b«;^ 
•Chow-chillas. «-Bunnell . Disaoyerv of Yosemite, pp.-^', M 

•Chow-chil-las. — lb id /'^pf'-ajk. -119. -135, -136: a^tJ-.'^f-^.p 




S < Ei- 



i^^-llT. 



■ Phow-chilla T.,^^.v,. . . It id -209, 'l9jz. 









i.2C»€ \no(uJU 



• Ghwchilla 

. Chowchilla. A name applied in various 
forms to two distinct divisions of Cali- 
fornia, one belonging to the Mi wok (Mo- 
quelumnan family), the other to the 
Yokuts ( Mariposan family ) . The former 
lived on the upper waters of Fresno and 
Chowchilla rs., and the latter, properly 
called Chaushila (q.v. ), probably on lower 
Chowchilla r., in the plains and lowest 
foothills. Eecorded under many forms 
of the same name from the time of the 
gold excitement, the two divisions have 
been inextricably confused. A treaty was 
made with them and numerous other 
tribes Apr. 29, 1851, by which a tract be- 
tween Chowchilla and Kaweah rs. was 
reserved for their use. At this time the 
Yokuts Chowchilla, or Chaushila, to- 
gether with the Howeches, Chukchansi, 
Pohoniche, and Nukchu were said to be 
under a single chief called Naiyakqua. 
The Miwok division, apparently, were 
considered the most powerful and warlike 
people of that region, and to them was 
attributed the greater part of the hos- 
tilities, murders, and robberies that had 
occurred, although this arraignment is 
probably due to nothing more than the 
defense by the Indians of themselves and 
their homes against the depredations of 
law less whites. These numbered only 86 



Mev/an 



in 1857. The reservation was abandoned 
by 1859, and a smaller one, w. of Madera, 
was set aside; this, however, was seem- 
ingly never confirmed. There are some 
survivors of the Miwok Chowchilla living 
along the upper waters of the stream that 
bears their name. 

'Chau-chil'-la.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 

349. 1877. • Chouchillas.— Barbour et al. (1851) in 

Sen. Ex. Doe.4, 32d Cong., spec.sess., 61, 1853.*Chott- 

chille.— Jotmston (1851), Ibid., 65. -Ghou-chilUes.— 

McKee et al. (1851), ibid., 74. • Chow-chi-la.— Wes- 

sells (1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d 

sess., 30, 1857.* Chow-ohi-liers.— Johnston in Sen. 

Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., Ist sess., 22, 1852. *Cliow- 

chillaa.— Lewis in Ind. Aff. Eep. 1857, 899. 1858. 

Chowohille.— Johnston (1861) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 

32d Cong., spec, sess., 64, 1853. •Chow-chill-ies.— . 

McKee et al. in Ind, Aff. Rep., 223, 1851. Chow- Gk6»Aif«l/>o'* 

clas.— Henley in Ind. Aff. Rep., 512, 1854. •Cow- '*•"«« &L<1« ♦ . 

cliillas.— Beale (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong.. 

spec, sess., 378, 1853. 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. :i^z, 1907 



' Chow-chil-lah (Chow-chil-la-che) 



Yokut 







i 



i>A>-U->w^ 



^T^^^A^^ 



^JUU-^o^^vr^ 




^^.JlSul ^VvovM.ti,k\VAouW '.-JL^ 



-^o^^Spll^ ^JN^^xK^UU&j^oA^ . f/UJlX -u^lo| SLj^^K^VKLlJL.^ J^ 







'^ ^^^ Xv/»^ 







(M^4/u/>^ 



XOA 



Vj^ 



lVNX>t 



(^5Uw \^ \^\.:i^K^ 




^\j-»<jf-^s^'^Li^-^^s^j^ 



Chowchilla Muwa 



V 



c^WOlK 



In some cases a locative or place name is prdfixed to 
the stock name to distinguish the tribe— as Aiwanee 
^^^ wa , Chowchilla Muwa . and so on. "-T-Merriam, Dist.of 
Indian Tribes in Southern Sierra, Calif., Science, NS 
XIX, p. 917, June 17, 1904. 



%^j^ ^V^>\Mc,VsxW 



Ol 



(!hmvGhiIlas 



V 



C^NMOLtU 



ChowGhillaa? "The Chov/chillas, whose range was be- ' 
ond the present town of Merced." — Col. F.T.Gilbert, 
distory oi San Joaquin Co., 20, Oakland, 1879. (Thompson 
ic yfest pubrs. ) 

— History of Fresno Co., 171, San Francisco 

i7.!T.211iott oc uo."^ubrs.) 




Chow-ohilla » — • J.E.Lester, The Yosemite, 10 .Providence, 
1873. 



Chow-chill as^. Chou-chi llasfT&pel lings for Mewan tribe 




n Daily Alta Calif. , April 23 & June 12, 1851 
elled Chowchilles . Ibid. June 11, 1851, 
ritten l IEowchilla trib^, Ibid April 23, 1851* 



See also Chow^chil-lah 



Spelled 





by McEee, |arbour, & 
Cong. ,1st. Sess. 484, 



nv^Mvt>>.W 



V/ozencraft, 
185i. 



^L£U^ ^WTi\M-C-V\\.\V&«^. 



^Chow-chill-ies 



See Chow-chil-la 



1fVve\M 



JdYL 



"Barb our .McKe e & Wozencraft, Senate Ex. DQC.l>52nd. Coyir. 
1st. Sesgl^484, 1851>xcjl..-»r| .V 1^>^ c^.._^^^^9^ 



t ^ .^^: >,lT ^I, 



^fxi^C ^W^\N-CLWv\Al^a :^ \S^ CJpsSUj^.Tts^gJbJL. ^ 




. ^jl|->^^^c^, , 4 



H1,S'\, \^os. 



'flhow-ffhll -lifts 




:!hQwahilla VallQ^r^ Calif , ^ placed on Freano 

and Kin^s River Reservations in 1850 and 1851.— Galen 



Clark, Indians of Yosemite, 3d ed., p.'112, 1907. 




Boyoe; Ift t^ f«T7^ Rept>Bur.Eth*for 1896-97 > Part Zi 

p. 782/ 1899[ptlbia901j. 



[OVER 



Chourchil-lie 



i..,^2Wfichil-lie8: Spellinsa in Daily 




Chow 




Spell 



in 



g in Daily Alta Calif., May 29, 1851 




Chowchilla or Kawhilla 



' The^Ch9wchilla or Kawhillap from the names of rivers, 
rancnerias, and of comparative vocabularies, appears to 
nave obtained from the great Tulare deltas to the Feather 
river. '•--Taylor, Precis India Galifornicus^ in Bancroft's 
H^ -Book Almanac for 1864, 29-30, 1864. (Edited bv Wil- 
liam H. Kni^t.) ^ ^ 




See also Kawhilla 



^W 



S>eQ. CLW v^> ^ ci.Ws.V Vo^k 



-'Wq^-nmkW^^D&cJL 



^Ln4^UJUvs<iL^XUs- ^;cx»-J^ W '^^A^^^-©<^ ^Vv'^ '^ a.4a,.,os. -oitXoo^. 



'-x 



\^ 



•-''VV. 



:^ 



Chpw-chilas — A-S.Taylor. Calif. Fanner, June 12.186S 

Commr. Ind. if fairs for 1862. where spell irig is 
Chow-ohillas)> 



Chow-ohi-liers 

^ 

Tribe Ton reservation 
Calif. , in 1851. 
Sess.,p.22, 1852. 



rVxevjA.>u 



between Tuolunme and Merced rivers'^ 

, Sen. Ex.. Doc. 61, 32d Cong. ,1st 



^VvuJu^ 





e^:<3t*^ 'IweAKOjvc 4^ \oWwc\: .^ 



See Chowchi lla 



'Vwe.vN 



V 



^^A. 








H^^^^) »-A^ dijL.x^cx.^>^C ^^--^^^^^^^^^ ^ 0^ .joftlj;:^; cJLj».v^ ^vwJJU^ -iJUws^ 



-Merriam, Amer. Anthropologist, HS IX, p.346, June 1907. 




Chovchilla 






The 



owe] 
u 



^hilla. subtribe^apparently the largest and most 
power rui division of the Southern Mewuk— claim the coun 
try from Fresno creek to and beyond Mariposi 
from the easternmost limit of the tribe westerly t.o a 
point a little west of No-watch rancheria^ which is 
about 2 miles south of Indian peak (about 5 miles from 
Grub Gulch). •—Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Uewan Stock 
of California, Amer, Anthropologist, NS IX, p.546, June 

1907. 



I^er 



:^6\Lid 



•eaiook-cha-nees_W4.:^^e>v.>\L..u.v...c 

Tribe signing treaty on San. Joaquin river, Calif. ,April29 
1852. - Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 
p 252, 1853. - 1 % ^i^. T,n..i:ti^ \%Sx-,i^.^jx.MJ^.Zdi,m\ioS 

Chook^-^jia^^^ Tribe;(in vicinity of Clo vis. --Fresno 

Republic^in, Mar. 2, 1929. 



Ch ok - charx - c i e Se^ ^V \iAc- cW\v- & e^ 



^iWvct 



Spelling rnont lonQd by Bunnell i?^ "Discovery of the Yosemit 






Chuc-chan- ces^ — Ibid, ( 

— - — '^ 



'^.KooL-^WolVv-^v^H 



'3^£<ifi ^^, 










iUb^.^Xu^oM^.j^l^i, ^w;:*^ 



S-lo, ITJO 



* ^Vve6K^^^^o^\vvt*_le . \\ulfc^/^^^>AX>4i7 1 ^-<o^vJUf a|^ Vf^i^vw^jj^ ^^^ ^i^^^Uv^^ctu U-^i>0 



r 



.CsJ^Uv ■C*wUtl»Avv-eUs,JjUl6H. 



r 






\ 



^"^^^ 't-A.^>^f^ 



•<ISfeSl\Uff^ 



V^'^>^C^^-***'^ 



S^^LK ^V^W^ tW(V>-S^ 



fox^-^J 



;h A zm*Bept«Bar.Eth*for 1 
p. 955, 1899 [pttbl.1901] 



-974 ?art 2 



, — History of Fresno Co. 171, San Francis- 
co;i882* (?/.W.Blliott & Go.Pubrs.) 




Chook-chon-cie. — 



^"■•»"^»ii*-^ 



J.E^Lester, The Yo-semite, 10, Provi- 
dence, 1873 



I 



Chuk-clian-si . 



Yo-kut stock 



Tribe on San Joa.min river, fi:oia JiiOuiJce:; crook l-o Miller- 

« 

ton, Madera Co. Calif. 

Powers, Tribes of Calif, p 370, 187". 

S^^oSL^Vo^iiWv. ^"P-W^vIl.^^^U.'^-^, !j\\, V^kA. »|U wX^^<^- 
See also Kroeber. Hdbk. Inds.Calif. ,481 , 1925. 



Chuir Chans i ; "Chuichansi (San Joaquin River above ISillerton)".— 
'^ *■ Towell. Linguistic Families, p. 91, 1391. [Tribe of 

Mariposan family #3 

Chukchansi > — E.W.Gifford, Dichotomous Sociiil OiBani- 
zationdn South Central Calif . .Univ. Calif •Pubs^Aner.^^^^ 




flLK-S^ 



Chook-dia7^-ce8 See Qhook-chau-ces 

-McKee, Barbour. &;Wozencr aft. Senate Ex. Doc. 1. 52nd. Cong> 





Sux ^WoM-^v^WcKVy^S^ 



irch.&Ebhn. vol. 11, no. 5, 291, 292. 293. 294, 1916 




ull. 39 U,o. Wat. Mus., p. 28, 1902. 



,D 



t iH '^?^^k'l^V'^^^^9-^^^^ of 1910: Indian Population 
p. lb, published June 26, 1913. ^i^uxduxun, 

C 




S£a=§3^. ghuokrgtiaii-f^qa. Chou-chil-Ti oo, Po-ho^nadbrea 
and HfiokzffiEflSaK sub ect to Grand Chief 'H fi-yak-S. ^" 
Daily Alta California, May 10, 1851. - ^ 

eiJUkslianai: J*.H:Gayton. Yokut s & Western Mono Pottei 

making, map page 248, 1929. ^^''^•61 



CVLU^W-^WcOtV - s 




}(oWk\ ^^rt^^k 






^»XK Cl(MA^\(^-eko('K^«^^CocjV<.Woc\v^u, 






y \ 




\Wou.os. ^i<si . ^.^^ . 1 G ^ 5H^^^^ 











t 



. so,\%si. 



^>jkX ^W\K.V^ ^Wo^v- s^ . 




l\ Yokut tribe "inhabiting the foothill country between 
Fresno Creek on the north and the San Joaquin River on 
the south, from a little above Fresno Flat in the lower 
part of the Transition or Ponderosa pine belt down to 
the site of old Millerton near the lower edge of the 
Upper Sonoran or Digger pine belt. "—Merriam, Dist.of 
Indian Tribes in Southern Sierra, Calif., Science. NS 
XIX, p.915, June 17, 1904. 

m A 

Written also Chukchancvs on page 917. 



Ghukchansi 



Yokut 



Ghukchansi > A Mariposan tribe, forming one of the 
northern divisions of the family, the rei/mants of which 

now occupy the foothill country betv/een Fresno cr. on 
the n. and San Joacjuin r. on the s., from a. little a- 

bove Fresno Flat do\m to the site of old Millerton, 
Gal. (Merriejn in Science, XIX, 915, June 17, 1904). 
In 1861 they were on Fresno reserve and nui'.bered 240. 
Naiakawe, a noted prophet about 1854, 7/as a member of 

this tribe, and Sloknich was chief about the same time. 
(A.L.K.) 
Ghoocchancevs . --Lev/is in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1856, 256,1857 

th Rep. B.A.E., 822, 1899. 

[over] 



nhook«chan-oie >--RQyce in 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. zf>r, 1907 




>.*» 



'i 

Chook-chancY , » -JoiLnston (l85l) in Sen. Ex. Doc, 4, 52d 



Gong 



spec* sess.. 64. 1653 



tlbfe) 



bid.! 25^ 



bour , , . 

al. (1851). ibid., 74. ,_. 
in Ind. Afh Rep., 223, 1851. 
(1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Co 



GhoQk-cha-.neoR 



-S 



Co 



r- 






Ghook-cha-ii-cea >»-MnKee ot 
hook-ciiaw-ces . -«McKee et al 



(fef)lj 

Doc. 61. 32d Gonp:.. 1st sess.. 22. 1852 



1853 



Ghootchancers. - -J olin s t on 



Ohook^chuncy. . -• - Savage 

pec. sess., 231 
in Sen. Ex. 



Barbour et al. (1851) 



Ghuckehalins 



spec, sess 



61. 1853 



Science, Xlt, 9i5, June 17, 1904 



in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Gong 
Chuk-cliarf-cv.--Merriam in 



A 



luk-chan- si .- -Pow- 



ers in Cont. N,A. Etlmcl.. III. 370. 1877 



Chu-ke-chanr 



iia.-.Wesselis"(l853) in hIr. Ex. Doc. 76!34tli Gon^. ,3d 



ses 






512.1^5^1 



30,1857. gookclianeya ." -Henley in Ind. Af¥. Rep 



Gove- clianc e s . - ■Tind . Aff 



a 



p., 219,1661 



O 



uksanchi . --Kroeber. inf*n, 1903 (Yaudancni name) 



Chukohansi : A.H.Grayton,Yokut3-Mono CMefs & Shamans, T)p. 
365,385, ,1930. ^ ^. 








':!^^-*^ •'Vvju^^>-*-{Li*-(UAJL 



\oV>^^^ 



l*liX Jt^ 




3^-Cx 





^ 









T\* 



U.( 







U5X, 



1. 




C<.,JL^^') TiV^€-s 





|^«-^*U^l<i^i-, 








^WqoV.- ^Vvo^Uc^s 



\c>Wwj\: 






C hook-chan-ces, 

Band on San Joaquin River and 
Clark, Indians of Yosemite, p 



vicinity, 
:5, 1904. 



Calif. -<Cal en 



Ch ok - chuncy S ^^ CWuV^tWe^xsv^ 



a^'^ 



0Ux*fl[«- 



^otv*.^ 




by^X'^ST'Brown; Oct. 21, 1851. 



xv^ 



Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p. 232, 1853. 



r 



tisLK ciWv^W"^V»JVv-s-^ 



s^^ ^W\v\k>^W 



eL\vS^\ 



N.Vva 



Spelled C^ookchaneys by Thos. J. Henley in Kept. Conimr 
Indian Affairs for 1854, 512, 1855. 

^Chookchaneys.— Bancroift (after Henley), Native Races, I, 



.456, 1874. 



\ 



ciw<ioW--cLW 



(k>v-^\^^ 



S«i. dk^k-^ki^^w-iM 



\»ku.ir 





3U. Av^-C'.\je,vwU, S-JkOjfct-d^^ ajt f- 



m f 

-Tribe from Fresno and San Joaquin Rivers, placed on FresKol 
and Kings River Reservations in 1850 and 1851.— Galen 
Clark, Indians of Yosemite, 3d ed. ,' p.'112, 1907. 



'cir J^rit*^ ^^^^^*^^'^"*^ i ^^uUKK^^i.0:.^:^ cj?;^...:,,,u^ 



v\ 



Choolfchanciea . — 'fjatachet. Mag^. Am. Hist,, 158, 1977'' (quoted 

by Pov/ell. Linguistic Families, p. 90, 1891). 



_ Chook-chau-ces Ct^^fbftysi|iv*:<oX t\>.^ ^^kDLt 

Tribe in council at Cainp Barbour, on the San Joaquin rive 

Calif., April, 1851. C^^^A'^-i'^H-^^'^^l^O 
McKee, Barbour. &.V/bzenci*aft, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 

Session, p 74, 1853. 

Spelled ' Chook-chaY/-ces by McKee, Barbour & Woxencraft, 

Senate Ex. Doc.I, 32nd. Cong. ,1st. Sess.,484, 18521. 



Sju^ ClW€>cW-e.WG^'Vv-Sti 



I 



*1 




I 






How-itohe 



■ ■ I n 



YoHut 



How-itohe: Tribe mentioned as signing treaty on the 
t>an Joa^iuin-— Daily Alta CoJif . , My 29, ISSl* 
Spelled How-eoh«eis in Daily Alta Calif, May 10,1851 



See HS-o-che 

"See also How-ohe, How-ech-ee, How-ech-es , 




S^<iiu HtiXMec^Vv^e, 



Tribe at foot of Sierra llevada somesv/here between Mariposa 
Creek andSan Joaquin river, Calif.- 

Barbour & V/ozencraft, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 
p 61, 1853. 



^ua^oJ^-^HS.-0-cktj Ha.-o\N-tt,W«L,\\o\M'-«.Wq, WoLVNOLcWtX 






:^-il>v\V0V^Qx\j^ 5l Ho«^>mUc1.W^^ 



MtiWu:^: 



Tritoe kn Fresno River)^uaTif. ^^ 

Bancroft, Ilative Ra3 es Pacific States, Vol.1, p 563, 1874. 

Thos. J. Henley in Kept. Coinmr. Indian Affairs for 1854, 




%^*^\VbNM-^^*^^^^l\^O\M--e-Wj»^,\VO\M0^t.WQ.^^\V(3L\W-;OVV.vcWQ.v KoL-O-vLWij^ 







\HvO'-ol-^Wx, ^ovA>-a-c.Vi 



HtVMQ.T: 



« 'S.Y'S . \\o.\m\\ 5tVes .Nc 



r) 



vLn-C^^W^- Xv.^s/s>sX. " 



How~60h~ee>--~ C.C.Hojrce: 18th Ann^Rept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p. 782, 1899 pabl.1901 . 
Howeohee ; — Ibid: p*954. 




How-et-chus: Tribe on reservation between Tuolumne 
and Merced rivers, Calif., in 1851.- .•]*— W. M. Ryer, 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32nd.. Cong. , 1st Sess. , 22, 1852. 

low-ech-ees: Trib^in Clovis district)(^-Fre3no Republican 



Mar. 2, 1929. 



How- ech- eis : 



Yokut 



How-ech-eis : Reported as one of 5 tribes of "Mountain 
Indians t How-ech-eia . Chudc-diau^oes , Chou-ohil>lieB^ ; 
Po-ho-naci>e8 and Wook-cMoosj subject to (Jrand Uhief 



Nai-vak*quaT and signing treaty,— Daily Alta Calif.. 
May 10 . 1851 , ~ ^fisc "^ -s ^[y^^^LciA -^ tu ^^^ cki^ j NaUv«.k^' . 

How-itche : Spelling in Daily Alta Calif,, May 29. 1851* 



See Ha-o-che 



See How-che, Hap-o-ohe, Hawitche, How-a-chez, How-itche, 
How-eob-es^ How,ecb-ee; Howecheo ■ 



••1* * -ft 



rf^ ■ «-• 



Hov/-a-chez 



^^L>^Ut>\M^Q.^a\\o<^ 



\./ 



Tribe on Upper Fresno 



i D kvj^V 




^a1if|2^|-r^'f} 



Lewies in R ia^ t Tnd i an no rm fo r 1RR7 ^ ar 7 ^ ^Q^^riLa^.i^s^^ 







-Hov/achez, ---Bancroft (after Lewis), Native R ac^eR, I -455 
1874. ^ — * — '-^ 



^^^^^^^^^^(^^Z^^^,\^<^^ ^^.^}^^M ^ H i\ UW ;^^^H^^S..o \^^^^ 



How-ach-OGs 



s Q.Q. H \N- e-^Vv^^ 



NaWv^ 



Tribe signing treaty on San Joaquin river, April 29, 1852 
Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 252, 1853. 



\ 



^A«^ oJU-^ VV 0\M-cW«.» UovM^^V.*^, Uoc\M-o\Aw-aWt, Wa«.o-dWi 



V 



How-che(4ia-ov/-che-che, or Ha-o-che; 



Yoku 







/v — «^ 



n 







u 



V 



AJLuuooA f*-'^^^ HoC-o^^W<l) 



Aam ilLjLjfc... \\U&-e^.ct>^^ ^P A^^^JQ-ifeJL Til 



HoNA/^c*>Vx^,fe.s : l'^ lL|:t-j^^T.Afl^..v,o^ R^u^.o..^L^ \n!2.[-Vx^. ^ N.li . 



C^rs^((h^,lTT^ ),^ ^ 1J?? >. 



HQw-Qhftfi«,>^ A.f^^Ta^rlor^ Gal if. Farmer, June 12. 1865 (af> 



ter Rept« Cammr. Ind> Affairs for 1862) * 





<^^^ VrX ~ Q- C\\S . Har^Vtf-ClVvft .\v^vu-d^Q■ft■ , Utk V I c C^Wft^. Ho^VNlVcWo^ WOL^.QYV^ ^Vv t> 



{^ 



■NoWx\ ^\:^A 







Ux^ KaU ^c!^.Et^e,HAu i^l^^ 



^^^^^^-^^^'^^^x^-A^' DU"l 4 SkJu;,us^x^-JUc 




^-»^'*<»-^*^ Sa^an^o^ 



/Wcv. 




a, 








u 






nn^r^l^r - tor To3h^3ho--o )ha3 many wrds, including the . 
Iiumerals^ essentially the same as Chukchancy,but^a very 
large percentas:e nf fhr [Tfiiiiiiii]i «-r<:^ wV.nTi,r aH^-pJ.^ ■ - ^ 

^jui JLo Co&v/^a5, Kas-so^ vo. Cass auWa s 



Co^s^ 







ItSii^ 



Cassoos 




'ribeQn reservati 
Calif., in 1851. :i!^. 
Sess.,p.22, 1852. 



between Tuolumne and Merced rivers?! 
*«*12dB, Sen.Ex..Doc.61, 52d Cong., Is? 



• Car^^soos. -• Ibid , p. 23. (Trib 
Calif.- 



e in vicinity of Kaweah Rive? 



^^^ ^o^so^s, ^os 



e^VNO^s ^Coi^^iOLs,Q!^.o«W.tWv(» ,\c^sW.«Wo>o ^\u»W< 



rcfv*Ar[ 



Q>>MO 



QfifcSfift^— C.CiSQyoe* 18th Ami. Bept.Bur.Eth. jir(»j» 1096-97, Part 2 



p.782. 1899 [ pabl,190lj 



Qjftsaon * — Ibid; p.952« 

Cas- Sons: ^Tribes "peculiar to this seoti 



-vci 



ovi3 Independent. Mar. 7. 1929.1 



on of California.'* 






Ft(r-. lOl^l 



Ca3-3on3 : / Trib^ m vicinity of Clovis.— Fre 






ino 



Republican, ?Jar. 2. 1929 



Coswas ^^ \Co&\v>&Wo-o . 

Tribe on Ran Joaquin Plver fe Dry Creek, Oalif . 



Lewis in Rept, Indian Comm. for 1857, 687, 185gXUuc^:iw, f? 
•455, 1874. 




tribe. Said by Jas, D> Savage to 
have numbered lOQQ in 1851>~ History of Kern Co^ 96. 




^j-*^ V^^K W> skc>- (^ 



Oassoos 

Tribe (on reserve between Tuolumne 
Calif., in 1851.--ff.M.Ryer, Sen.Ei 
1st Sess., 22, 1852. 



k 



e^NMOLlrv I 



and Merced rivers?) , 
Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 



See also Ka-soos, 




, Ka-siOis^, Je-sus 



Tribe signing treaty on San Joaqnin river, Calif,, April 
29, 1852.- Barbour, Senate E^. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



p 252, 1853. ^^.Aaxj^ ^3~soe3 ..JU.: 




^^^.fUiX^.J^, 



Siy^ Kos\\-,sVvo V K^s\v-o-wo. 




» f ' g ft ^L a . 





_NoUi 




: Kings River Indians. Said by Jas, D. Savage 

to have numbered 1000 in 1851. ~ History of Kern Co., 95, 
San Francisco, 1883. 






Yoku 




Cas-soes: Tribe in council at Camp Barbour on San Joacjuin 
River, signing treaty April 29. 1851. —Rept. Cornmr* 
Indian Affrs. for 1851, 223, 1851; McKee. Barbour & 
Wozencraft, Senate Ex. Doc. 1, 32d Cong.. 1st Sees., 
Pt.3, 484, 1851; Ibid, Doc. 4, Special Session. 75. 250 
1853. 

CaS'-soes : Reported as one of 5 tribes^ 

( Pit«cach«e8 . Cas-soes . TooPHnas . Tal^lin-ches . and 
Pa3-ke«sasT subject to Chief Tom- quit , and signing 
treaty.— mi ly Alta Calif., May 10. 1851. • 




See Kosh-sho-o 



■ Pitkaclii 



Yokut. 



Pitkachi. One of the northern Yokuts 
(Mariposan) tribes of s. central California, 
on the s. side of San Joaquin r., below 
Millerton, their territory thus adjoining 
that of the Chukchansi (Powers in Cont. 
N. A. Ethnol., iii, 370, 1877; Merriam in 
Science, xix, 915, June 15, 1904). They 
were spoken of in 1851 as a large and war- 
like tribe inhabiting the foothills of the 
Sierra Nevada, on the headwaters of the 
Mariposa, Chowchilla, Fresno, and San 
Joaquin (Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 61, 1853). 

Pik-cak-ches.— Barbour, op. cit., 262. Fiscatchecs.— 
Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. Fit-cach-es.— 
Ind. AfP. Rep., 223, 1851. Pit-cat-chee.— Sen. Ex. 
Doc. 4, 32d Cong. , spec. sess. , 93, 1853. Pitcatches.— 
Lewis in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1856, 252, 1857. Pitchack- 
ies.— Barbour, op. cit., 61. Pit-cuch-es.— John- 
ston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st sess., 22, 
1852. Pitiaches.— Henley in Ind. Aff. Rep., 512, 
1854. Pit'-ka-chi.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol. , 
III, 370, 1877. Pit-kah'-che.— Merriam in Science, 
XIX, 915 June 15, 1904. Pit-kah/-te.— Ibid. 

Handbook Am^Indiann 
Pt- 2, p.^^^, 1910 



Suu^TlV-Wo^V-cWi^ 



1 uK ac/ii 

Kairie of *i: rTril 



Yokut 




03 n 
Journal American Folk 



lass San Joaquin river.- 
-Lore, XIX, L42, 1906. 



--A.L.Kroebe 



P Itteaehi ; •'Pitkachi (extinct; San Joaquin Biver "below Millerton)." 

Powell. Linguistic Fa-nil ies» p.91» 1891. > [Tribe of 




Sju^Tl-t-W-W-cW^ .Tl\-W5.-cW^ 



WV\1-^ ^ (^Vs.l'l^-WVA.'-^} 



^ife^JL 






*>\'l>\LOLW>-\:<t. (^rv\:-WW- 













^UU • 



\ 







> 



.Pit'-ka-chi C^^a-k^CcWQ. ^J, ^^^^JUUjcvv. / Yo-kut stock 
Tribe on San Joaquin River, ^Fresno Co. Calif. 



Powers, Tribes of C 



*1 • -T 



P 370, 1877. e...^ :^ (ni -LoU 




Taylor, Calif • Parmer, Vol. XIII, June 8, 1860 CftjUl'T<^<°^^^^^^j^ 



V 




i or Pi tkati (plural Pitakati or Pidekati ) : Tribe 



"held the south side of the San Joav^uin, living at 
KohuQU y near Herndon or Sycamore, at We shiu . & at 
Gewachiu".— Kroeber, Hdbk. Inds.Cal^f . ,484, map opp.526, 

"Pitkachi: A. H. Gay ton, Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery- 
making, map p 248, 1929. 



oW-V^eJk 



i^Vu^ 



Vrc 





HajL,sJDjL <1^. #^JL HC4lUflL...-.^ 










^|nA^; 














yjMiy ajiJl 



&1<^ 




ef^x<^, 










S-«u»_«»JU-»^'^ 



(over) 



J^XOrwYvoc Sjo^ TWw^vvos.Vv 



N^iW^ 



T^'^^oku.^S Ltt-YV 



. l>amna : -*.H. Gayton, nho3t Dance of 1670 in So. Central Calif. 

pp. 61 .82; ^1930. Yokuis ^ We-st^r^ KVorv., ?vHe.rH.-t\oJw.C'WQ . ^ a3<? " 

yY\.(i^ y3.f'6.^\s.3Lq 

■^^ fevifil^^'^^^^ %:^^^^® °" ^ "de San JOaquin.abo 
,°fP?;u ®^"^5^f- 5^56® <iook m country opt.Millerton; Table 
Ml, the mouth of Fine Oold Cr.;& Bel le^ue. which th4y 
called J2ini3hneu". — Kroeber.Hdbk. Inds. Calif. .48i. 1925. 



loom^:: /ai old and very intelligent Ko^sho-o ^nmnn who3e 
msband is a white /ran named Matthet^/s, told me Oct, 30 

§-Z i' 1?!^ ^^^"^ ^"^^^^^ To om -nah spoke same langua^ as 
Zlidc|.t::M, to whom ttiey are very closely related, and 

niiV"^V? ^jt-ka.b-te village was about li miles above 
old Millerton. The Toom-nah lived a little hie:her \xv. 
J».nother To cm -nah village was called ?/-tok. ^ 



Toom-nah : 



Name of old Tachi Indian man given by Yoimut, 

old Lhoonut woman, to p F T.flff« .ftm . 

-:; — r—^ ^ , ' . r.i.i.a"Cta : ^ Toom- nah was 

a real old Tachi when I was a little girlT" 
— F.F.Latta, Little Journeys in the San Joa- 
quin. Avecal Calif. Rotarv. Fph 17 iQf^A 



6 



Toan-naa 



[Card 23 



Yokut 







om-nafl: Reported as one of 5 tr^^'^*"^*^''**^ 
P oo u^ ? -' Oas-soes Toom-naa . Tal^Ii n-chea, and 

^^^¥C'g3!f:if^^l^l?SI^^"^i»S treaty. 

'Tomj^Nas: /Tribes "peculiar to this section of California.'* 
CJlovis Independent. Mar. 7, 1929. 

'ioom-nas: ^TriB^in vicinity of Clovis? Fresno 




xST: 






'^-^^Si'-"%%l7''yltS' ^"- ?«pt. Bur. Eth. f or 1896-97. 
rart. ^, p. /^8^, 1899 Lpubl,1901]. 

Toomn^, —Ibid:: p.962. - 



mr^ 




f-nah 




'Toom-nah::7^ri old and verv in^elliVpnf Vr cv.^ ^ 

"anguage as 



Pj '^1 iQCix X I XI m ^^;''=^<^ ivaLunews, told n 

tteit the tIt-kaHite vilL-P .-H L^,"^?^?!^' related, and 
old MilleFt^HT-rfrl Pjfel^ 

1 village -^a^ called F-tok . ° ^'^ 



^o^VvvlVVIc^, 



T 



oo-\/o^ 




^I^^OkjCfcui V\y "X}i/\y^^JU^yKj3jts^ I ^ii^^"^ '^\ l^ S'X \ Ma^ ^to ^AJjA'JLK.^? «AAflL-^lJ^ 






Too-va. ;fM) 3o^^ t, JUM| ^-tu, >Mb^%K.''iKJU »t <^-^0Y<t>CJLk^ 



YflUt 



aX/v^.^<iOs^ ToQ'V^ 0^-NJl^ /Va^ouxAnIvv-oJc dos-V 



C'a-ftrc 



T 



0-\X9^ 



/Vv>^.u^.C>^ W ^OLV\.VLl\.V(k 



LoL^et^ ; ■!S>aA>-^<>'-«. ^^A^AJL To^voL 0- oc Cjt^^^-^AXa. \i^Ujl»«. (C^ GLj**^ '^kiXc^ , ouA. 



ViliLft^uiu^TxWo^o^ V.t'WV-V^. c»<ilWwX\\.(n . , -hXSuf a,w^3UXH, Teo>vflu,W jC^. *^*>v 



^loJkMlJUL<k 



*V 



-tu. 



Vta5Ufcx 



^ 



ToW 



■w*. 




*^^-«-^ "^oo^olW , "To-v(\ 



•Talinchl 



^ 



TaUnchi. A Yokute (Mariposan) trfbe"^ 
formerly living in s. central Califorfia, 
between Fresno and San Joaquin rs. "Dpey 
joined in two land cessions to the Uinted 
States by treaty of April 29, 1851, under 
the name Tall-in-chee, and by treaty of 
May 13, 1851, under the name Toeneche. 
They were then placed on a reserve be- 
tween Chowchilla and Kaweah rs. 

Dalinchi.— A. L. Kroeber, inf n, 1906 (own name). 
Lai Linches.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 219, 1861. SaUen- 
ches.— Ind. Aff. Rep. 1856, 252, 1857. Tai-lin-ches. — 
McKee, ibid., 223, 1851. Talinches.— Barbour 
in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 61, 
1853. Tallenches.— Lewis in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1857, 
399, 1858. Tall-in-chee.— Royce in 18th Rep. 
B. A. E., 782, 1899. Tal-lin-ches.— McKee (1851) in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 75, 1853. 
TaUuches.—Henley in Ind. Aff. Ren.. 512. 1854 ,, 
'lo-e-ne-che.— Koyce m Isth Hep, B. A. E., 782, 
L899;Tite-ne-ches.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. 
r^ 32d Cong spec sess., 9FU IKf^R rTTmwg 

B.— Jonnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. *61, 32d 

Cong., 1st sess., 22, 1852. 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. ^//, 1910 




"tt. t To^vKo.v\t-eW 



Tallarenos 



§-^?JIoo U^YCLli S .JLJ"- 1 u. > a-V s 



i 



_V^j>ljl22^ \ ^ W^^"^ 



" The Indians of the San Jose Mission^ were most of them 
Tallereji Qs or from the rancherias of the San Joaquin riverl 
broiight into the. mission by the Spanish soldiers. Bet^preen 

1812 to 1820/-- Taylor, Calif. Parmer, Vol. XIII, No. 7, 
iMarch 30, 1860. 






a o kw\r 




















\^^o 



•V^ 



"CAvflCK. 




'~D 





c olXso ^ 




To^WAo 0u.-JLT\^-kaLk'-<ik^ - 




See also Dalinchi 



• '»• i* »■ - m 



Tribe in foothills of Sierra llevada, between waters of 
Mariposa Creek and San Joaquin river, Calif . 

Barbour & Wozencraft, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 
CMcKee, Barbour & V/ozencrai't, 





1st. Sess. 484, 1852. 



X. Doc. 1,32nd. Cong 



Talinchi : Rancheria of the'Tulares* [tule marshes] men- 
tioned in Book of Baptisms, La Soledad Mission. Spell irg.8:| 
*'Talinchi(Tulares)* 9 times; TalBinche 2, Telenchi 2.— 

Libro de Bautismos, IJIision La Soledad, 1791-?, MS Copy 

by A. Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1878. 

1^ oXV'KclWv . T^ileinche, Talenchi, LelervcV)oc 



rn 



m 



mcnea 



lo^VuiL 



Irib 



ibe on San Joaquin River, Calif.(X^^ ^^.^tAOUU.} 

Bancroft, HativeY'^acific States, Vol.1, p 3G3,'^^fe74. 
Thos^ J. Henley in Rept. Commr. Indian Affairs 'for 1854, 

Talluches. — Keane, App. Stanford's Comp. (Cent, and So. Am.), 

476, 1878^* (quoted "by Powell. Linfruistic Families, p. 92, 

1891). 







♦ToJV\^\V^VLeS Su^ 1 'qJV\vWQ.Vpc> 



:^oWvxt 




^Tribe on the San Joaquin. —Bancroft (after 'Lewis), Nat^ 
Races. 1,^455, 1874, 






[Card 2] 



'1 




Yokut 




(MkAJUk 



Tal- 1 in- ches 

Tal-lii>che8 : Heported as one of 5 ^^. 

fftdi ana'M [ Pi t- cac h- es . Cas-soes , Toom-nas . Tal>^lin-ches . 
and Pas>ke-8ag] aubjagt to Chief Tom-quit and stoiina: 
treaty. —Daily Alta Calif.. May "^ ^^'^ 



0*^^ %tirK4 



Tallin-Chees : ^Tribes "peculiar to this section of 
California.*— Clovis Independent, Mar. 7. 1929. 








o|jUooLA,3uu 






,X^^\. 




' Tall-fen-chee. 



" Tallinchee 



C.C.Boyce: 18th AmitBept.Bur.Bth^for 1896-97, 

Part 2: p*782, 1899 publ.ft901 • 
Ibid: p,96a. 



^^^^ToA.lYv^Wts,T<>^VV<iv^^VQ.s,T(xV\vA,<iiVts^^<^U(ivv^W<L5,Loc\U^ 




T 




Repu'oi lean , Mar. 2, 1929 



EflLSrkfiraa. 



ed". —Geo 
Club Bull 



i 




/ 



51^ OS. J-, 



ChO^-Vv 



Yokut 



I (t 



ibe N of Kings River "not difinitely locat 
art! Yokut Inds* of Kaweah Region, Sierra 
", |fo,4, 389, note on map opp. 338 , 1927, 



'7^ 









res- ^e- 'inct 



• 'Vq^V.QasW 



H^osV^iiA^^ 



nicu^Miu^tuAe 




gOC>-^->^o^ JCU\ 




^JmXa/^ mI^^JOUJiJULa^^ 




1a-?^S^__ 



Xm)^ cfi-^^>oCfcU-> 



>^ ^^.^a^^vx.^ 



,^ ^^^^^-^^-'-^ kMVCs9 W(LV. gJUuJU ...s,u^^;.^..i>. 



xu^ 





^VM-l>| 



j^^^fe'tJt^Ko-V.o-V^^Vo^V o^--4sHo\A<>o>vw(>v ^4 j>ytXMJJL h^\i£- 



'Po3«3a: A>H> Gay ton, Yokuta -Mono Chief 




Pa-saLisa 



*Poagisa or Poshgigha: "S of the San Joaquin, on Big Sandy 
Ur> , & "toward ir not on the heads of Litt le and E IS Dry 

g r oo ko, w ore-4he Pesgisa -or-PoBhgi^m*-^— Kroeber.Hdbk»— 

Inda. Cal if > .p, 585 . 1925. 



S>JL\aSUv 






Poskesa 



f 



C Y ^aAtV- 

7 Shoshanean • 

• Poskesar" A Mono tribe that lived be- 
tween San Joaquin and Kings re., Cal. 
Not mentioned since the first period of 
American occupancy, when they were 
said to have been one of four tribes mi- 
der the chief Towoquiet. They ceded 
their lands to the U. S. by treaty of Apr. 
29, 1851, and were placed on a reserve 
between Chowchilla and Kaweah re. 

•Boshgiaha.— A. L. Kroeber, infn, 1906 (Yokuta 

^^i^j6a'^^'H''^~^^t^^ 18th Rep. k A. E.. 
782, 1899. -Pas-ke-Bas.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4 
82d Cong., spec, seas., 262, 1863. • Po-ke-ai^-Johns' 
ton in Sen Ex. Doo 61, 32d Cong., 1st seas.. 22, 
1852. •Po8-ke-as.-Ibid., 23. • Pog-ke.«a«.-McKee 
In Ind. Afif. Rep., 223. 1851i„___ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft 2, p.^<f<? , 1910 



Q 



TUv\ 



L 



Trite in coraicil at Carnp Barbojar, on the San Joa.pin riyoi 
Calif., A]'ril, ISraJlM^jb^^ Gl^^ 



MeK^e, . Bdrbpui* "p; W'o2'enc 
Session, p 75, 1S53. 




Doc.l, 32nd. Cong 



1st. Se 




rTssi^ixd^ 



Pos- 




^— Senate Reprint U8 Calif. Treaties' (1852), 



51, 1905 (Written Pos-kesaa, Ibid. 47), 
Pos-Ke-SasV^t^ribes ''peculiar to this section of California 
—TJIovis Independent, Mar. 7, 1929. 



•Poa- ke-sas : if tri 
epublican, Mar. 




in vicinity of CloBis, — Fresno 
1929. ^ 



VERSO 



Pos-ke*as 



So T\v^^. 



6KofcW 



%Vv.^OL'V\. 



w.m: 



Tribe (in vicinity of Kaweah River )Calif. ,in 1851.— 

, Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong. ,1st Sess. ,p.23,1852 




Po-ke-as. — Ibid , p. 22. (Tribe on reservation between Tuo 
lunme and Merced Rivers?) 



^-lOs.'V^ft^Ve.-ioc^ Bo»W4«.»W(k 







\ 



liy^'V* i,^^S*» '^^» ^^2. I-te-che.-— Weaspll^ n«p«\ 
iB^:R:Ex,Doc^^34thjCong., 3d sIS. 31,S 

I-techees.— McKee et al. (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc 4 

m Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 870. 1877 I-to-che« -_ 
Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex.'Doc 4, 32d Con^ ^fne^ 
se8s..^2, 1862 I^cha..-Lewis in Ind. aIV R^p"; 
Sgl O Wattokes high up on 



Handbook Am. Indians 
^- 1, p.^2A^, 1907 



ypkut. 



Itcha 



Tokuts 



Itcha, Yokuts tri be": TypographictQ error for Iticha 
"Tst of Indisji "Tribes m the !!• S.', published m 
Sherman Bulletin, Januai^^ 19, 1923. 



m 



See I-te-che 
See also Iticha, 



Iti^cha, It-i-cha, Aiticha 



It-i-cha 




Yo-kut s 




Tribe on Kings rivor, Trei.no Co. Calif. 
Powers, Tribos of Calif, p 77/0, 1877, 



I tcha 



•Ituchas 



Se«, X-"\:0-cWes 



j[oW"V 



Ml 



Hv*^ ^^-^ ' ■i^^^^oxjjjj^^g'f f 



Tribe oiy]Kings River, Sal if. 

-^.ev/is in Pept Indian Corrm. for 1857, ^(?^, 185^77^ 
^Bancroft. Native Races. 1,-455, 1874> ' 






V 



Ititcha 



YOKUT 



Ititcha t ♦♦Ititcha (King^s Hi verl^*.— Powell. Linguistic Pam 

ilies, p. 91, 1891. [Tribe of Mariposan family.] 



See also 



^fed» It-i-cha, lUcW«.. kvVicU 



I-to-ches 




:iiiwv 



Tribe signing treaty on San Joaquin river, Calif., April 
29, 1852. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



p 252, 1853. Sm^ cftS-^ X.-^^A -ej^(ooA K<^^cW-q.J\ IK^\x 

I '^ ■ ■ ^"^ - ^ ^- *■ ■ ' ■ /I ' — — ^-^ — ■*— ^ 



V\ ^<Av~ ees ^ 1^ -V' cWe^ 



^jos. a5U<^ X>\ ^aW--<t«*.s , 1^ ^"^ ^W^s , lA: VJ^C^WckS, 1 V V c, \> 0^ ,lAe- cW^» KlVvc^^ 



•l^v 



^ 



W<i 



\oW-t 



I-tech-es: Reported as one of 6 tribes 





^ ( Wa-cha-hets , I- tech- es . Cho-e-nim-nis . 
Cho-ki-me-nas, No-t o-no-tos, k We-mal^ches) subject to 




/^rand chief 
May 10, 1851 • 







I.A« 



ally Alta Calif. , 



td-j^ 



^5L^ X-V^>-cJ^q.^X\u<^WQLS,lA«.^W-t«.s^IVetcLWts,IVv-^^^^^^v\:vtWocXWcW 



^ 



lxe<LCLW-(2J|^ 



isa^ 





^ ^UJC^^Q^^J^^ I^H. 



M^^^l X^l 



X 



Jt 



su.vj:te ^g^ . ^■^<L. \ , !!> ;^ j ^u^ xJLu^ 



A 



0^ KecW> eel ^ l^ t5; .<xv/vw^. 8J^.(XM >^. j v^ h 



lif, Farmftr^ 



laf ter'"Rept> Gomrnr. Tn ( 




Itee^dhees: Given as one of 4 tribes ( Choim-nim-nees . 
^jWay-chees, Itee-chees . and Wee-mil- chees on-Kinga. 



River dn 1853. 



. ; 



the 



^au^* to^fcea ^pas 



^Aj^ 




Iso of the 




fOVER] 



Lieut. N.H.McLean, Report to Mai.H.W.fe8sellB. July 12. 
1853. MS, Old Piles Division, War Dept. . Ho. H. 369 IsSs. 



'I-tech-oes 



^JOs^ 



\ 



Tn'1 '11' 111 rnm i nil at H nrrp Tlnrlnonr^ n r t hn H nn Tn 

MeKee, .Barbour, & Wozencraft, ^Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 



mAt 



-7 vJi 





Session, p 75, 1853. §JM^ - X- to -^K^ SJU |> 





1 



c^^-A 



Q 



^ 



^^<»5U^ lV«tcVt,XVx*Wo^,lt(icV*,lVi^(iVuik.i:WtkS-, ^lUaWo,, 



nu • • i \ *"" Card 2 

W ^^^^^^*'^^*^^^^^^^"^*^^*^^^^^^^'*'*^*^^*^^*^^*^*^^***^— — W*^*«^^i^ii^— ■^■*^»*^^"^*^^^^^^^*^^»^— ^^^—^M^— ^-— ^■^— ^-^-— — »-^^ — - - 

.Choim^: T^ at junction of Mill Creek and Kings River 

jTheix^^llage wailish^ , 

475,4801 1^5, 




See Cho-e-nim-ne 



\LVl0^9-^Vv\vyv.-VvQ- 




^\d5:l.\<. 










VoJop'^Culo^ •2i^ /U-..*--^tt^ ^ ^IwoU ^ixjuit- V" 







Cho-e-nim-ni s: ^ "Retorted as one of 6 tribal 



I ^-^^xA-v-M. M^ XVXL. , 



Sa.tv3« 





(Wa-cha-hets, I-tec]>e3, Cho-e-n im-nis, Cho-ki- 
me- nas . N o-to-no-to3 \ h We-mal-che^ subject to x 

Grand Chief (milQci Pas-vjual ^- Daily Alta Calif. .May 10. 
1851. 



CWo' 



Yxv.'Vyv^VU. 



C!hoemimnees 



See Cho-e-nim-nees 



Yo-kut 



Taylor, Calif. Famer, Vol.XIII, June 8, 1860 A ^^--^^^ ^ 



bt^ fejuJl^^l^^O^ Bancroft, Native Races, I, 456, 



1874. 



^UjvdW ^ <$JVvV Vvv."Vi ^ 



^Wo\\v\>w>Cv SjlXrCiVv 0-^- Vv\W-\\<t 



Vcikv^c^ 



GhQiniirmi : "A small group of Indians whose habitat was 
formerly on Kings River, near the mouth of Mill Creek, 
in Fresno County, Cal. The number enumerated in 1910 
was 18." — Dixon Census of 1910; Indian Population in U.S. 



& Alaska, p. 108'i^''19154 also Dixon. Preliminary Bulletin. 

910: Indian Population, p. 16. June 26.1913. 



Census of 1 



^Choinirr.ni : A. H. Gay ton, Ghost Dance of 1870 in So.Central 



Calif. ,pp. 61 ,82;^ 19t30^--.YoKvx-ts '+v^€ste.rTv. iAoyvo ?otterM-tMcvwQ ^.^z^ 
tyv<s.^^.aHr.l\*ia9^-^ Yokuta-Mono Bhiefs & ShamBUi8.DP.371. 
384.395.396Al'930l 



^ 1^ 




^jjj^^W t>-^-'K.\Y^-'Vv'^^Ut. 



LoJl 




Tribe in council at Cariip Barbour, on the San Joaquin river| 
Calif., April, 1851.(^.^~t^ 

teKee, Batrfeowar &• V/ozencraft^£Te^Ox7fi^^ 

Session, p 75*;l853. (^ ^. lx{ Cy^ \^ ^^v?itHrfei ; lUA ,$%c:) 

Spelled Choemimnees by Taylor, Calif, Fanner, Vol.XIII 

June 8, I860; 

nurafL, 





« Cho-e-niiE-nes > — G, W. Barbour (1851), Sen,Ex.Doc.4, Special 
Sess.1853, p,252, 1853. 



C hooej piimnftftp .>- One 
cil held in a valley 

o~0- oJL^^^ '^^Q^- ^^i-Vw,^ Wt . 



of 12 tribes represented at a coun- 
35 miles from Elbow Creek, Tulareto^cr 



[over] 



ninhsnees 



Yokutan 




^ighnim- nees: Given as one of 4 tribes (Choim-nim- 
ax^ichees . Itee-chees ^nd Wee-^mil-ch eesl on Kingi" i^iver 
Wau^.to^ee was chief of the Uhoim-nlnKnees and also 
g^ the Itee-chees..--. Lieut. N.H.McLean. Report to I^i. 



r- 



See Cho-e-nim-ne 

See also Choinimni, Choenimnee, Chooenumne 



countyiJune 1856. — Letter from Gen. E.F.Beale to 
Gov. J. Neely Johnson of California, July 12,1856, 
published in *San Francisco Herald', July 15,1856. 

ChoemineeB.— Spell irg on same letter from Beale pub- 
lished irTBonsal's 'Edward Fitzgerald BealeM93, 1912 



Choe-wem-nds \oV\a-V 

Tribe in southern part of San Joaquin valley, Calif. , in 



1851>— Johnbt d Dir ; Sen. Ix. Doc. 61, 32d Cong, ,1st Sess.,p. 
25, 1852. (In vicinity of Kings R.?) 



See Cho-e-nim-ne 

See also Choem inee, Choenemnee, Choenimnees 

^mi^mimmmtmmmi^ma^mtmm^mm^m^a^m^^^^^ "^^^^^m^m^tm^t^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^m^^^^i^^^^^^m^am^^i^m^i^mmm^l^^mm 



vVyo-^.-Wyw^e/ Ssftju ^^o-^-Hvw-vlq^ 






S.^ ciWo-<^-'Vi\v\\- v\^ 



Ghoinimni 



Choinimni ( pi. Chuyenmani ) . A Mari- 
posan tribe on Kings r., at or near the 
mouth of Mill cr., Cal. Powers calls 
them Chainimaini and savs they lived 
downstream from the Tisechu and above 
the Itieha. Only a few families are left. 

Chai-nim'-ai-ni.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., 
Ill, 370, 1877. Chewenee.—Gatschet in Mag. Am 
Hist, 158, 1877. Choemimnees.— Taylor in Cal 
Farmer, June 8, 1860. Cho-e-nem-nee. -Royce in 
18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. Choe-nim-ne. -Mer- 
riam in Science, xix, 915, June 17, 1904. Cho-e- 
nim-nees.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 223, 1851. Choe-wem- 
nes.— Johnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d 
Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. Choo-nemnes.— Ibid., 22 
Chow-e-nim-ne.— Wessells (1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 
76, 34th Cong., 3d sess., 31, 1857. Chunemmes.— 
Henley in In d. Aff. Rep., 511, 1854. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I^t. 1, p. ^^o, 1907 



Yokut 



^-^^ ^Vio- e. VvvW- Vv<t 




*CVvo-^>\\ewv-we^s\ 



icik^'^: 






Choenemnee * — C.C.Eoyoe; 18th Aim.Bept.Biir.Eth.for 1896-97, Paart 

p.965» 1899 rpabl.1901]. 

Cho-E-Nem-Neea: ^ Tribes "peculiar to this section to 



California."— Clovis Independent. Mar. 7 19 

— F: 



Cho-e -n^-neej,: JC tribeXin~vicinily of Clevis^ —Fresno 



publican, Mar. 2. 1929. 



%^^Vvt^ 



t - ^v K\>vvv Vv j^ t ^ ^ 



OU-VV>v».^"K^, Jt 



\ 



a. 



N o kv3: 



P l J ^ T — ^^___ 

Tribe sij^ing treaty on S<an Joaquin river, Calif ., April 
29, 1S52. I Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special'Session, 
p 252, 1853. ^ 

Spelled also- Cho-ki-me-nas bv McKee, Barbour & V/ozencraft 
Senaljie Ex. Doc.l, 32nd. Cong. 1st. Sess. 484, 1852 



^^jk. CiWo- Wl-T^l 



VW.-OL 



Cho-kem-nies S^o. c;-Wo"V.V\wXw-k9.W 



Tribe tiTKings piver. Qalif, 



—Lewis in Kept. Indian Commr- for 18577 ) 687, 1858 ~ 



nhoVftmm'flfi 
1874. 








r Lewis), Na^tivft p 




^^^Vv..W\.w-.v.. 



o^ 



CVo -W- Wvu- VoAv 



^oW^cl 






^JiX CVv^.Wv * Worv-'VvO^, 



Oho-Kai-Mi-Na 



Cho-ki-min-nah 



Yokut 



Cho«Kai~Mi-Na : : Tribe in Squaw Valley. —San Dies:o Sun, 
April 19, 1930, 



See ChO"ki-min-nph 



Chokimauves 



Yokut 



Chokimauves «-- One of 12 tribes represented at a council 
at Elbow Creek. Tulare Co. .June 1856. — Letter from Gen. 
E.F.Beale to Gov. J.Neely Johnson. Calif.. Julv 12,1856, 
published in 'San Francisco Herald\ July 13,1856. 

Chokimauves.— Same letter from Beale published in Stephen 



BonsaT^ 'Edward Fitzgerald Beale 



. P 



193, 1912. 



Chokimauves. •• One of a number of tribes that ^roamed from 
the Tuolumne to Kings Hiver and the Tejon. on the E of the 
San Joaquin, the Tulare Lakes and in the Sierra Nevada, 

as stated by Lieut. Beale in ISSe'.'-- A.S. Taylor. Calif. 
Farmer. Vol- 13. No. 16, June 8. I860. 



Chokifignajaves .-!" Bancr 
quotir^ 'I^aylor; . 

See Cho-ki-min-nah 
See also Chokiaraauves 



Native Races, 



456 



(mis- 



Cho-ki-me-nas 



N.\<v.\ 



Tribe in council at Camp Barbour, on the San Joaquin rive 
Calif., April, 1851.(^^*^(4-^ 

MoKee, -Barbour :8c V/ozoncraft,yj^Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 
Session, p 75, 1853. 



C^^^..^•Ul.af^.^ 



oiL^^^SutvOtt)^ 



>-^. \^3ii llft%*AAjai,l^«^.,^^^ 



Choklmena . — Ibid: p. 953 



\^ cUUD.Tj.5uCU^,\t$i2.*, ^^^^^dLA)i|k>::3V,H,HJ,P^ 



18th Axm.Rept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 
p782, 1899 [publ . 1901] . 



^jui^ <i w t Au '^ vvv ^vv- volW L^i^^^^-*^^^^^^^^^^ 







_io\<x\:L_§.'\:ci<-\<s_. 






l^ 



■"ttA^A^-N^ 



jf-o-'r^ft^Kivrx^ — S^i:^«-^.^ ^N.^fctJ>jfc.Nl^ ■3^>1>Xjl« . - c^»»-w 








<i-x:p. i%^uu..vJL^ ino 12, 



Gho«kim-e^na : Sub tribe N of 
Geo.W. Stewart .Yokut Inds 
Bull. Jol.l2,No.4, 389, 



KinCT Riyer. Mention only-r" 
01 FTaweah Region, Sierra*^ Club 

1927. 



SUa-oJUo CVvu.U-OA'mA'vuJL. 



Ghukaimina 



Yokut 



r. 



Ghukaiminp^ > A Mariposan tribe formerly near Kings 
, Gal. According to po?;ers (Gont. N. A. Etknol., 

Ill, 370, 1677) they v/ere in Squaw valley, Fresno co., 
and here lierriam found a fev/ families in 1905. 

Gho-CQ-men-.n.R>->.Tnhnfltnn in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 52d 
Gong., 1st sess., 25, 1852. Gho«ke-me-nes .->BarbQur 

in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 52d Gong,, spec, sess., 252, 1855. 
QhQ-ke-rriin-riah.--Wessells (1855) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 
54th Gong., 5d sess., 51, 1857. Gho-kem-nies .-^LowJR 

in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1857, 599, 1858. Ghokianauves. - 
Bancroft, Nat. Races, I, 456, 1874(misquotGd from Tay- 



lor). 



Ghokimauves .'-Tavlor in Gal. Fanner, June 8, 

[over] 



Am, 



^' 1. P> af4:, 1907 



1860 




1851. 

1904 

. Ill 




Cho-ki-me-nas 



[Card 2] 



Yokut 



A/K# 



SclK^C 




m m mm wim 




Cho-ki-me^nas : Reported as one of 6 tribes 

Indians** ( Wa->cha>hetg > I>teoh-e3 > Cho- e- nim- nia . Cho- 
ki-me-naa . No-to>n5 ^08 . 7x We>mal»cne3 j sub.ject to 

Tiief oft ll sA Pas-qual and signing treaty.— 
Daily Aita Calif., May 10, 1851. 

One t>^ i:V\^^ ^ 

Cho-Ki-Men-As : VTribes '•peculiar to this section of 
-California."— Clovis independent, Mar. 7, 1929. 

Cho-ki-men-as : . ^ Tribe /vin vicinity of Clovis^.— Fresno 
Republican. Mar. 2, 1929. 



r 



%JO- Cko -^Wv. -V<rvlYv.^'Vvitk (^>^/^^<J^^**~^ ^-^^-t^ 



■ Chu-kai-mi-na - A- ^Vvo-VvVwV-w^vco , 

Tribe in Squaw Valley, Fresno Co. Calif. 
Powers tribes of Calif, p 370, 1877. 



Yo-kut 




Chukaimina ; "Chukaimina (Squaw Valley)". — Powell. Linguistic Fami- 
lies, p. 91, 1891. 



^Jix CiK^v\<.v^ 'VvvVvy.v'Vva^ 






^ ^> WkI 



"U-'O-Vjl 



2. , \ jT^^'aToI ] 

A ' 




IfCx^.^jJijOJ^.'^ iLAyJ^ov 



.M.G^h^^l 



N.^^pjq 



.?^ U: K TcW.^^ ^K .,Vft[ 



>Chukaimina (plural Chokovemi): Tribe on a anaall affluent 



of Mill Cr*from the S.in Squaw Valley^ Lived at Dochiu 
add ^a3htinau>— Kroeber. Hdbk, I nds^ Califs ,480. 1925. 



Chukaimina: A.H.Gaytonf Yokats & We 

making, inap p 248, 1929. 




"•^•- 



( 



r\x^ 



€ 




•1 



'i 



mT* 



i -V 




."WevMaw 

Stanislaus and Tuolurnne ' 
Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



^Vvv.v. 



<.Olol 




A«'-<^^JcX^J^ 




^ . ^ . _ • . « 



Su-kah*8 



Hewko 



Su»kah*8: Tribe or band 
on the Stanislaus, May 
as chief.) — Daily Alta 



Mewan 



signing treaty at Dent's crossing 
28, 1851. (Yu-it-kah mentioned 
Calif., May 31, 1851* 



See also Su-caah, Suo-co-ah, Su-ca^ah 




Sakaya. A former unidentified village 
situated a little w. of Sentinel Rock, 
Yosemite valley, Mariposa co., Cal. 

Saccaya.— Powers in Overland Mo., x, 333, 1874. 
Sak'-ka-ya.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., ill, 
365, 1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p^ y//, 1910 



Mewan 



CjLyv,^^^ V-U~-A ^^>^ ^A-H^>^^»-^v^ U^-Xn,..^-^ 




IaT^HnW r 



^i^Ai^-^j-j^ 



\ 



' Succaalg 

Snocaah. A band, probably Moquelum-1 
nan, formerly living in San Joaquin 
valley, or to the northward, in California. 

Lukahs.— Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 
1st sess., 20, 1852. Suc-oa-ah.--Ryer, ibid., 21. 
Suo-co-ah.— Ryer in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., 
spec. sess. , 199, 1853. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. (^/^, 1910 

Suc-ca-ah 



/ 



Mewan 



^MMHHk 



iiux^ 




«^|^ 5^ «.U| , S »ct- a«L<^W. V*. 



Tribe (on reservation between Stanislaus and Tuoluime 

rivers?) Calif/, in 1851.~;^>er, Sen.Ex.Doc.61, 32d Cong- 
1st Sess., p. 21, 1852. 




S wwW^ W olVvv o^W 



*M 




Lioro 
1825. 



ChuTYias^n 



CvVI ^ 



SaQca j g : Spellings for rancheria mentioned in 
de i5autismos, Mis ion de Santa Barbara, MS 1786- 



See Sajcay q 



Cotcpl 




Me wan 



IXk 



'isiifel 




'KfiL 



Cotoplanemis. Probably a division of 

/ P the Moquelumnan family, living on a 

7 f ^ ^ /» • • • <\ ' I ^^serve between Stanislaus and Tuo- 

IVv ^ "Vvvl S V\AJoOL 0< QvvJJUL^ rnic-^ lumne rs., CaL, in 1851 ; but it is possible 

that they may have been a band of the 
Cholovone^ division of the Mariposan 
' family. ' ^ 

I -s.^!, >^n ..^*#>fti HK VO Co-ta-plane-mis.— Johnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 

CU>..*.w..^ H ^^-^^-'-^^-^'^'^ HVJH «lL *-A./vwoOJ^^ Co-to-plane-mis.— 

Handbook Am. IndianB 
Ft. l,p. ?^^^, 1907 



^AJ-a^wk ^ Ko-Wb-^ 





S<.<^ \<w6 -^OUp-^VoLW- VvoX 



%. 



<^\M(XK 



' Co-to-plan-e-mis 

Tribe on reservation betv/een Stanislaus and Tuoluir^ne 
rivers, Calif^^Ryer, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 



\ 




^ Co-to-plane-rrus. — John 






in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong. ,1st 



SesB.,p.20, 1852; Ryer, Ibid, p. 21. 

^ Co-ta-rlane-mis. — Ryer , Ibid , p. 21. 

* Co-to -pla -nemis : One of 6 tribes signing treaty 
Knights Ferr}'- on Stanidaus River May 28, 1851. 

Pa-ki -no. --Modesto News-Herald, Apr. 27, 1929. 



nr 
Chief 






I VVajloTUnxa;^ W^^ 



V 



VMGLU 



\JVJJ>ZAJsAjSk 



H4 



%iu.j5W k4>vI>c::^ , tJ , \ '^ $ ( Co:^^^^ 



Vl\M >l '^euyuM.iAj 




Cotpplameteie.-- Original Alphabetical List of So-n 



tr 



ose 







Mission records 2 neoi-hytes (waiien) belonging to this 

tribe.— Lista Alfabetica de NeofitoSjj. Original MS (Banr 

^ ' T>^ croft Library;. 

([Mission San Jose, erroneously labeled^ 

Mision San Fernando] 



• ^»^»-K^ ***r;^^ ***** 




See also Co-to-planemis, Co-to-plainnis, Cotoplametme 



-Ko-V 



Kb-V^WVy." 



w 






"^y P'^^v 'V — :;^ ■ -^jr;^^u^^^ Ml 




^^U^. 



^^ii^.9^^Xj>^^^2'3^ 7v./^A>jpcvc^ "x^^-^^^Jy^ 



Aj^- Xj^>v,^^X^ ^JUv/^V,a>\^ ^ 







- C4^w^ 



tsv^ 



^L^ ^ ^tS^^ ^J^^ >1T:, .0 ^^VM SL.'w gAiuJ^ , 0^. a^^zfeU^p ^^^ 




,-^Mg,\qD7 




^x>> oSU^ C:!r>Ao~-^la.v>g->WU . KotO^plO" 



^ .•-«% ^ 



Chapaysinme 






Jlfewko 



Uewan. 



Cha£evsim2|(yjf-- Jose Jesus, chief of the Chapey Bittnev " » — 

New Helvetia, Sutter's Diary of Events 1845-8, p. 94, 
MS Copy, Bancroft Library, 1881. 

[Note: Jose Jesus was chief (after Estaaiislao) of 

Si-vak>um-na tribe with rancheria at Knight's Ferry, 

called by the Indians Cha-p^-ir-cv* — Hist* San Joa- 
quin Co. , Thompson & West, p. 12, 1879. J 

Chapaisme . ' Chapava s imne . - Chapavesem : Spell irgs in San 

Jose Mission Register. T^pelling Chapaisme 5 times; 
• Chapayeseci li - Chapavasimne 1.— Lista Alfabetica de 
Neoiitos LSan Josef Mission, erroneously labeled Mision 
San Fernando] Original MS, Bancroft Library. 

Chapa iseme, Chapaisme : Spell ir^s in Book of Baptisms, 
Santa Clara Mission (28 Indians, 1836).-- Libro segundo 
de Bautismos, MS, 1804-1843. ^. , • 

See also Chapaisme, Chapaya^e. Chapayesem, Cha-pa-'ir-cy 



Cha>pa«ir-cy 



Mewko 



Me wan 



Cha-pa-ir-cy: Name used by Siakumna tribe for their 



rancheria at Kni^ts Ferry.— Hist, San Joaquin Co., 
p. 12, Oakland, 1879. (Thompson & West Publi-shers) 



See Chap-pah-sims, Chap-pah-seins 



•nVinn-iDaii-sei 



Mewko 



iieiiaxi 



Tribe on reservation between Stanislaus and Tuolumne river 
Calif.^.Rffl.Ryer, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 199, 



853. 




la^ tVvO^V>t>oLW->v>^\A.S&<L ^OC ViUSVW*>v A).A.-Jk "t*^^^-*^ Ak^^A^ 



•:^ £l^sXh:^. 



n 




Chap "pah-se ins. 

Sess.,p.20, 1852; Ryer, Ibid, p. 21. 



, Sen.Ex.Doc.ei, 32d Cong., 1st 



r~ 



Chap -po-sans.— Ryer, Ibid, p. 21. 



S^o^ ^W(Nb-b<jL\v-»^^a.-s<L ^^K(Lb>baW>Sv\v^s^ Ciaa.Ya.\s'>nne ^ aho.^e^s\TnTne^ 






M^vaw^vmV*o 



W.' 



VWOLlfV 







t 

v.i»p«paa pxm ^ p.782, 1899 [pabl.l90l} . 



ChaTmahslm * — Ibid: p.962« 






^Uy J^> 



VUVsO>\\Pk > 




aK.>j^aJU.ivvw-Ka. x^^xK^ V^NiVo , gs>yL3Xddi^ f*- ^^±;^?ttiHv4.s?i5>> 




\*, I V tfUVNc w •C/t^'^ jutov 



S-o^oSUj^, clVv<xb-^6LW^sUv^s ^jL*...ax^^W^>Vo-V-\A^^ 



[over: 



.] 



L 



.\ 



Chappah^ a inB : : Mentioned as tribe be tw ao n^^Stoniolau s 

^^^ny^QJ-^^*^ riv o ro , signing treaty at Dent's cross irK 
of Stanislaus «Lllay^l851*— Daily Alte Cklif • , Uay 
31, 1851. CTUV;^4L ^vv^-Jbu^^d^J \ ^ 

Chap -pah- sims: One of 6 bribes signing treaty nr 
Knignts Terry on Stanislaus River May 28, 1851, " 
Chief Fe-lippe.— ModestdNews-Herald, Apr. 27, 1929. 



[OVEIO 



1 

I 
t, 

I 



&l-eL-W\l\w-\\Q- 



/ 



WevMajK 



^WexKiWt^ I^^ ^^ Joos. /oi^/^ ij>.^^ ^^XjA(^ ^Ls....^ tVosj^^^ TU^^xn. 








^^Lcy^^x/^ LivC C>V^v^\S ^ L ^t^ ivA.^v^^N^. , ^vckl K-v^^^flV. W>^ vDl. 



% 






\v.vS 



L 



Sag-wannnis 



Mewko 



Uewan 




Sag-wam-niB i Mentioned as tribo si^ir^ treaty at Dent*s 
crossing on Stanislaus River.May 28. 1861, Uu-nil-lo 
mentioned as chief, )~Daily Alta Calif., May 31, 1851* 



See Si-a-kum-ne 

See also Sage-worn- nes, Sage-nim-nis, Sagewomnee 



jvjJJoJ^A, :i . XX, ^s-^ no5. 



Sa«e-4rom-n»« .— C^C.Boyoe: 18th Ann.Bept.BttP.Eth.fOP 1896-97, Part * 
p.782, 1899 pabia901 . 

Saggwomnee *«— Ibid: p. 959. 

Sa/^e-v/om-nea : One of 6 tribes signing treaty nr 

Knights Ferry on Stanislaus River May 28, 1851, 
Chief Yo -mil -Ic— Modesto News-Herald, Apr. 27, 1929< 






. f ♦/ 



Si-a-ktan-ne 



MeVan 



Qw Mew-ko tribe. — Merriam. Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock 

of California, Amer. Anthropologist? NS IX, p. 341, 
June 1907. 

'The Si-a-kuiR-ne occupied a broad belt between the Calave- 
ras and Stanislaus rivers, beginning on the north at or . 

near Stockton and extending southerly to Stanislaus riv- 
er and easterly to Knights Ferry. * — Ibid , p. 351. 



X :. 



. f|A,*«A*A, 



Siakumne : Mentioned as t)e6jple i^region of Merced, Tuolumne 
Stanislaus, Calaveras & lower San Joaquin Rivers, not 
definitely located. —Kroeber. HdbR^. I nds. Calif. .485,1925 



Sow^o.^o.c^w^'Vw-w^^ Sacayaquimne , Zacayacumne,Sagayayumne 



' Sage-nom-nia 






'\ 



iNMOLVl 



Tribe.pn. reservation between Stanislaus and Tuolumne river 



Cal 
1853. 



oe on rese 
if;, Ryer, 



Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, pl99, .." 
Sage-nom-nas. — johnomn , Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 52d Cong,, 1st Ses 



p. 20, 1852; Ryer, Ibid, p. 21. 

TuolUifine rivers.) 



(BetY/6on Stanislaus and 



§0^ SI- <X>\cv\.Vv . >v<^ 



We-chill-la 



Tribe on reservation 
rivers, Calif,^ji^)^<^^y 



:k 



e.\^s^OLW 



lumn 




^■*~-i3t;^ KMVNju^ 



Ryer, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 199, 1853. 
We-chil-la. ~^Sim^^ Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st Sese 

^dlvrn^^^fj^^'')' ^^' P-21- (B«tT/een Staniolaus said 
luu iLiinii.3 rivors. / 



Wechi 




^.•u.floyce* 18th Ann^Bept.Bur.Eth.fop 1896-97, Part 

,^,, P-782. 1899 fpubl . 19017 . 

•»— Ibid; p«963« ^ -J 

COVER] 



\ 




We-chil>la'8 : Trtlbe or band 

umno riveuss singing treaty at Dent's Bronixicr 
on the Stanislaus iflTMa^ieSl.-- Daily Alta Califf, 

185L»2) ^> 

e&ms: One of 6 tribes signing treaty nr, Knights 
Terry' on Stanislaus River May 28, 1851- Chief 
We -Chi 11a.— Modesto News-Herald, Apr. 27, 1929. 



[OVER] 










tVve.^\Muk&\ocLl 



r^^*^<^*^^<-«^^ Ul:^:^LsU:^. Kol^^-j^ Oji^vo^ ^W^JL.^^ 







i^-^ Xv/kjl|ju,^ 4^ 



rifesujjj^ . "^ ^^'^M^^^^ 




/ 



'^CoJrvWv (>._L^<2,^ \i^^b^!\>^5:B:L) 



^oW^ ^Vt^^V 



VolxjA^^ 0^ ^3kA3o-A^ M^ V^0L\1^^(X,W,V^xAmUA.^ <g-g^. 











i\\^^^^ 



• C.(kW-\MVQi t\oWu^^:).- U ^> tNx^^^^i M^, l1or.( 






CflLk.wai 3^ 1^.10. 



"Occupied the country south of the Cahwia river, known 
as the Four Creek country. •— G.W.Barbour (1851), Sen.Ex. 

Doc. 4, Spec. Sess. 1853, p. 254, 1853. 
Catarias: One of the tribes of the Four Creek country.— 



S. <3L . \VO- \'. 



Maj. H.W.Wessellar^ 



OVER 



}l'oWu.-l 






S.AX V-O^W-Msj^, 0^Vv. 



July 12, 1853. MS, Old Files Division, War Dept. , No 

H 369 1853. 



Yokol 



^^^ 



/ 



* %i 



t 



Yokut . 

Yokol (probably a form of yotutSy or 
yokuch, 'person/ 'Indian'), A Yokuts 
(Mariposan) tribe formerly living on Ka- 



weah r., Cal., but now extinct. They 
lived about Kaweah station, near Exeter, 
Tulare co., on the s. side of the river op- 
posite the Kawia. "^ (a. l. k. ) 

YocoUes.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8. 1860. 
Yoko. — Hoffman in Proc. Am. Philos. Soc, xxiii, 
301, 1886. Yokod.— A. L. Kroeber, inf n. 1905 ( name 
in Yokuts foothill dialects). Yokol.— Ibid, (name 
in Yokuts valley dialects). Yo-kols.— Johnston in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. 
Yo-kuL— Wessells (1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th 
Cong., sess., 32, 1857. Yowkies.— Purcell in Ind. 
Aff. Rep., 193, 1870. Yucal.— Hale misquoted by 
Bancroft, Nat. Races, i, 451, 1874. YukaU— Hale, 
Ethnog. and Philol., 631, 1846. Yu'-kol— Powers 
in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 370, 1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p.^/^, 1907 



%iliL\'o-Wva,N6-W.V,N<.-V 



- ^e)Wo(L ___________ 



r^ 




JoWu.^ 



A^ 1<>-8jlX>jl\. 



lokod: Tribe mentioned by /•. H.Gayton,. nhozt Tance of 1870 

and Sfiamns,p.395;**i930*LYckc>jia:«rYokoL''.j. 

okod or tpkol (plural Yuwekadi ): "Had their principal 
village a^ozen miles below the Wukchamni_, on a flat nea 
Kaweah railroad station, on S side Kaweah ftiver.N of 
ijxeter • Summer tange met Yaudanchi about Lindsay.— 
Kroeber, Hdbk. Inl3.Calif. , 480. 1925. - ^ 

Yokod: A^H.^ayton, Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery Making 

map p 248, 1929. — 



^-^^-^ \oM,^;ok(M>,^foWoW9 UckoU\o'-aL-K^d..«L 



Yo -kohls 



Yolcut 



/ 'I 



Yo-Kohls ; 
Stewart, 



^r 



Mentioned as tribe on Yo-kohl Creek. —Geo. »<• 
Sierra Club Bull.Jol.lt, No.4,p.388, 1927 



/ 



V. 



See also Yokod 






Yo-kols 

Tribe in southern part of San Joaquin valley, Calif 
ISSl.-^jSim^a^, Sen.Ex.Doc.61, 32d Cong, ,1st Sess 

23, 1852. (In vicinity of Kin^^ R.) 



, m 



Yokols : Mentioned as one of 12 tribes in vicinity of 

Four Creeks.— Ceil if. Chronicle (after San Joaquin Re- 
publican) , Dec. 20, 1653. 



^^'io^olUsA'o^WuX.^o-o.UV, Okuls 



Iskiil 










:Li^;ll0T 




\LC**Jii!«k^— ti>UA«A- 









Yo-kol* — C.C.Boyce: 16th Ann.Bept.Bar.£th*for 
_ p^TBB-^ lB99^-rpttb3r 



Tokol • 



^■■MK. 



Ibid; p. 968 



rYokol : Place be 



belonging 
hamansTp. 39 




\' o-V.ul \o-..w\ . OkulB. Yo-kohlg. Yokod 



il 



iUA 



V 



:i 







A- 



Tribe signing treaty at Camp Belt, Kings river, Calif., 
May, 13, 1851. -Barbour, Senate EX. Doc. 4, Special 



Se 









^^^^xxIttoL^^o-L^'Vv^^vvfei 3XXj[ 



• Ta-luiG-nes 



m 



Tribe in southern part of San Joaquin valley, Calif. , in 

1851. •^■ ? ^ hnfit^ ~Son.Ex.Doc.61, 32d Cong. ,lsT Sess.,p. 
23, 1852. (in vicinity of Kinff^ R.) 

Talunme. — One of 12 tribes represented at a council held 
in valley 35 miles from Elbow Creek, Tulare Co., June 1856 

J- Neely Johnson t^*** 



--Letter from Gen. E.F.Beale to 00^% 



E ov sr] 



MM 

of California, July 12. 1856. miblished in 'San Ffan-- 

ciaoo Herald', July 13, 1B56. vSame spellirg in same 
letter published in Bonsai's 'Edward Fitzgerald Beale , 



P 



Uv:> X jyL4.iw/ X -L lO 

193. 1912 V 



I. 



Talumnees : Given by Lieut. McLean in 1853 as one of the 
tribes of the Four Creeks country (C ahwias . Okuls , Choi 
"" ' trum-nees. and Talumnees) > who all together 




Lieut. N. H. McLean, Report to Maj» H. W. Wessells, 
July 12, 1853. MS, Old Files Division, War Dept. , No. 
H 369 1853. 

ilumnes: Mentioned as one of 12 tribes in vicinity of 
Four Creeks.-- Calif. Chronicle (from San Joa^um Repub- 
lican), Dec. 20, 1853. 



\bi«.T 



TokW AvA^Vv^ Vv^^ 



^ kuc"^ 






^jijL oJUv. To--dLi\\w!->v^ 



T6l-(x 



I 



W\w-\\Q- 



^oV.vA 



».4JUv^, 






vUa-.'O^ 






^J^Y^^tA^ .|vXb-«:A. V^J->j^jsJ^w M^»-«JUflk. (fcd^jcJU A 









SjL^oLt^ TocW- W\v\~ w^ , Tal 



umnes 



'To-l 



roiX-k*^vJU>sAK^ 



Tolinme. 



C.C.Boyoe: 18th Axm.Eept-Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, Part 2^ 

p.96E, 1899 [pubia901]. 




^■J^Tc\.AvJL'W-'Vv<t, Ta--^\'^'Vw-'y>w<L^ NoWwh*?.''- 



\ 



\0-Vu^\vv-\V^ UjvA. V^^^]jl>-^ ^IV^ 



XVv>^ 



2^) 



VoWvct 






Yo—ltm-no • 



Tol 



>'M»«r: 



C.C.Hoyoe: 18th Ann.Hept.BttP.Eth.for 1896-97 

p.782, 1899 puhl.lSOl . 

Ihld: p.964. 



^j^ T qA KV/^^-wt ,lwAvx\vs.- VR. ^Tt o A*j^v^->v^ v^^wVoL-vw-wlC N a« 1 tR.'v^-''^^*'^''*-^*^^^^)- 



Yolunme 

Tribe near Tuoluiiine 
Barbour, Senate Ex. 



river, Calif. 
Doe. 4, Special 



V 



<L\^\O^Vv. '• 



Session, p 251, 1853. 




^"tve 



^okvA: db^ 



XvxXx 6^ Vjlaa/v>^.a^s_ ^i^AKj^L^;^ UOwOk-VJUsJ -^-^/^ V^^^^^OLk.'^-*^^^J<>s. jTuloLt^L 










'^-^'-^aXt^CDV 



Av\,ai-X>>>-»»_ftJljL 




\^S13IL, ^ :2.c , 4vM^ ii J2., n 05. 



' y 






|C.0i>>k>wJLO>>,<<K' ^Jt>«>*v 



1jU~jc%uJUn. 




•^U-ftJsJj»J^. XxjlX^ «.-JC».>^'^fcu«> ILkJjlx^ • — 9^ 





Wick-trum-nees 



Wic-chum-nes 



Yolnit 



Wic-Qhum-nes ! Mention of tribe as represented 
River Indian Reservation — Porterville, Calif 
March 18, 1933. 



at Tule 
Reco rder 



See Wiktchmnne 



NM W W- C3L- C WvWv- "K^ 



\M V\<A 'tVvA^LV^ W(^ 



Tj>Xxs\ 









y^^^^ 



^4^ess. V).t^X,\^&l 




'V'.jAn 






^»Jb^\^V VA^Wv*^ vw- Vv^ 



" / 








ie--o]nim-ne • 



Wiohianni • 



Cu^'it 



C.CBoybet 16th Axm*Hept 
Ibid: p.963* 






Biar.Ethi»fbr 1696-97, Part Zi 
1899 pabia901 . 



^J^ V^|\W-'t^Vv)l'Vw^'W<L^ WjcV 



U-rY\nrv\ 



Holkom/ 



i 



/ 



/ 



W 



OVc 



olclK 



5>Vuo s\\o\v^e cxjv^ 



Holkoma. ' A Mono tribe on Sycamore 
cr. and Big cr. , n. of Kings r. , Cal. There 
is some doubt as to its proper name. J"J 7 

Hol-cu-ma.— Royce in 18th Rep. ^. A. E., 782, 1899. 
Ho-len-mahs.— Johnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doe 61, 
32d Cong., 1st sess., 22, 1852. Hol-en-nas.— Barbour 
(1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4. 32d Cong., spec, sess., 
254 1853 Hol'-ko-mah.— Merriam in Science, xix, 
916i June 15, 1904. Hol-o'-kommah.— Ibid. To- 
wixi-che'-b&. — Ibid. 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. <r^/ , 1907 



•\\o\-Wo~\woAv 








§a>V\.(^$v\.o'Vve,aj\v 






'noL-KO-VvO^lv orHo\-o'-KO'V^->^a'W -wTo-VNvtv^&W^'-VflL , —O-- XaaZ^j^/jJA^ ^^^-'vw 










Holeclage 

Holeclame. One of several tribes for- 
merly occupying "the country from 
Buena Vista and Carises lakes, and Kern 
r. to the Sierra Nevada and Coast range, ' ' 

Cal. (Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853). By treaty 
of June 10, 1851, these tribes reserved a 
tract between Tejon pass and Kern r. , and 
ceded the remainder of their lands to the 
United States. Probably Mariposan ( Yo- 
kuts), though possibly Chumashan. Cf. 
Holkoma, Holmiuk. " 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p.*^/"^-/, 1907 










Ho-lo-cla-me . — C.C.Royoe; ISth Ann.Hept.Bup.Bth.for 1896-97, Part 

p. 782, 1899 pnl)1.1901 . 
Ho loo lame * — IMd: p,954# 



Su^oiU^ \\oVq.,^\(kv^^. 



? 



Hol-e-clame 



Tribe signing treaty at 
Calif., June 10, 185V. 



6 tiiiiiJ roroifor Fi 
Barboul*, Senate Ex 



arith ^ Tejon Pass 



Doc. 4, 



Special Session, p 256, 1855. 



Saj^ oiLiV "H o\ci- ^\e^- Vw<L 



T o - VoipW- vvLvAigAx 



yiUJ^ju^A^T hj&vuxxAjg, 



T 06 * K oo k> 'Vw tcWk^ C 



Tvv^lt 



J\vKi'<i''^''-V- ^i^ 







y 














Tuhckeriash 









'^^ To >VLOcte^-\w»Jct.L 



To-hOQk'-rmjtQh 



E^ 



V/estern Monache 



^Indians of the Sycamore Creek-Pine Ridge-Haslet 



Basin region north of Kings River: 

A number of names given me by Indians of this 
region and spoken of as tribes appear to be merely 
rancherias or possibly bands consisting of one or more 
villages. From information from several of these so- 
called tribes It would seem that the name To-hook^-mutch 
has the maior rank and may be used as a blanket tribal 
name for the group. 

The individual names vihich I suspect to be 
rancheria names are: Horkorn . Hoo-doQ-gS>da.h , T.!ah-nah- 

To-win-che^-ha.b, and Yu-we-ne-we-f.ah - 

It seems possible that a southern division 
known as Sa-kah-te , and the northernmost one, called 
Kw^-t^h by the To-hook-mutch, belong with the same 

group, and also Toj-nitch, the band at Chakarte ranch- 
eria at Trimmer Springs.- - 




•TovVKvcikv 






im^otvOL-^W^ "V \ \)L^ ^ 



\viiJ»JWxX QUA/OU^ \Ovj^jJUj^ Ks^ T.>^Jl^ 



WVv 



xx^ ^ loW^. ^ ^ o. T\wU -fao. 0^ 'dkoL-kciY: i> 






-^>^ 








R^ "fo^ cy^ ^L...si3A i^ :fe^ YqWoc-j ^Jb^JU^ JU^x^oos^ 




AjUv/JJS 






§»JLV o->-«-v'^ovK-Vv\irck,To\'-V\i\:cW, 1 o - V o o W . >wv;d <.k 



•To~e-vx«.-c.Vv«, 



Tvw^Q. 



T.AjJs»J^ 'V^JJCfc^^!^f) TaAjC^ 'i.^AA^AA^X. (CV ^V^-4^ ^^J^t -^"^ VxAt^ If^JUoo^ , VUAu 



\S 



\%^\.^ \'^ ^li>J^v "X^iuCJtJbo (US-iz.)^, Suu....*^ jv*!,^^^ 









\ 0, )f^y^ 



\nos" 



"~ ^ojnJLvo^, §juvJL^/l«o3&j^<..Mi^f*<^^^i-*^- v»-^^H* ^^-sHTo-e-v^r^k^s) 



Toeneohe 



C.C.Royoe; 18th Ami.Bept.Bur.Eth.for 1696-97» Part 2 

p.962, 1899 rpabl.1901]. 



5>-fiX T V- \\V\; cV ^ 



t 



\ 



|Intefr.peachus \ 

_ ■ \ ;" 



Vvuovo^i^ 



Shoshonean 




.V Mentioned as one of at least 12 tribes in 

^y or\Four Creeks.^- Calif. Chronicle (after San 

Joaquin Repoablican) , Dec. 20, 1853. 

H In- tem-'peach-e s : Tribe in southern part of San Joaouin 

valley.- ¥• M. Ryer, Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32nd Cong.\ 
Ist Sess., p. 22. 1852. 



See En^timJ-bi^ch 

See also In-tim-peches , In- tim-peach,En-tim-bitoh 



• In-tim-poches ^^aj^^\vv>\\>w-V\Vc\> Ve-»vgk<^w 



.^vwt 



Tribe signing treaty at Camp Belt, Kings River, Calif., 
May 13, 1851. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, :Special Session 

p 254, 1853. V,3^,o^ Jtjjt3;,,,ouu^":^A^ V^^ 



• 

Intempeachus 



•X'W-\ V 



V.'Wv-pG^OLCL 







k 







l>\VWb<t(K.^Vv^^ 3-XAi^. \tL) 



*= 



In-tem-peach-es 



A 



w:fvu 




Tribe in southern part of San Joaquin valley. 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong. ,1st SeBS.,p.22, 1852. 

Intiopeaoli. — C.C.Boyoe: IBth Axm*Rept.Bur«Sth*for 1396-97, Part 2: 

p.966, 1899 [publ. 1901] • 



^Jix- \vl^ I'yyv.^V. <.Vv ^Vv'Vv'VvsI - VvVc,V , ^-vv. J.v\w«yv^c\v , ^<y 



I 

I 

Intimbicli 



Intimbich. * A Mono band in Mill Creek 
valley, some miles s. of its junction with 
Kings r., Cal. ^^ « I 

Em-tim'-bitch.— Merriam in Science, xix, 916, 
June 15, 1904. Entimbich.— A. L. Kroeber, inf n, 
1906 (correct form). Eu-tem-pe-che's.— Wessells 
(1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d se^s., 
32, 1857. In-tem-peach-es.— Johnston (1851) in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st sess., 22, 1852. In- 
tim-peach.— Royce in 18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. 
In-tim-peches.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 
4, 32d Cong., spec, fc s., 254, 1853. Ytimpabiches.— 
D-raingruez and Escalante (1776) in Doc. Hist. 
Mex.. 2d s.. I. 537. 1854. 

Handbook Axn* Indians 
Pt- 1, p. ^//, 1907 



cih>v-Vv\^lrc 




6 Vv ^VLOwe^Qcn 



vju^ tv/v- Vlvvs^-Vli:c\v 



MciW-t 






S^.^^^^J^.U, ^J^<A^}2>i ijL^. ^.^\y \%^1 






WeHail-che 



C.C.Royce: 18th Aim.R^t.Bup.Eth.for 1896-97» Part 2 



p.782 



1899 



[publ 



1901 







^^ft>s. oSUl^ ^^U-^^^oA.v^V^li^^i^'v^<iXcW<L ^nmji- vwo\. A<i .MmVwAAv, V<lvvvv>.eV-cW«. 



We-melches 

Tribe on Kings Ri 



^^^Lft, Vsje.^ V vol^ ^W^s 



^o\. 



<M.V 




Calif. 



—Lewis in Kept. Indian Coinm. for 1857>(687. 185? ^ 




.H, OirC 



^^■\^'^] ) 




p«822, 1899 publ .1901 • 



Card 2] 



We-mal- ches 

We-mal* ohes : Reported as one of 6 trib esl 

( Wa-cha-hets . I-teoh^es . Cho«e»nii&»nifl . 



oku 








Cho^kl^me^nas . No^to^no^tog and We-mal^chea j under m 
Urand Uhief ew4?5d Pas-quaT. aad sibling treaty.— 



Daily Alta California, Hay iO, 1851* 




Sjijz^ W's.'w^ A^ We^ 



We-mal-chees 



.Yokut 



We -mal-cheea : 
Hepu bl i can , 



/ tribe. in vicinity of Glo vis! --Fresno 
Mar. 2, 1929Xl^*f-^*^ SHK'*^Vi.jj^^5Ui-8^H^^ 



Suu^SM^^'VnlV-- ^k^ 



Y/e-mal-ches 



^^ t NN e.-'>weA- cL W cs 



}{oWt- 



Tribe in council at Camp Barbour, on the San Joaquin river 
Calif., Apr il^'^ 1853. (^^JLopJ^iDo^ 0^ 
McKee, Barbour & V/ozencraft, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 
Session, p 75, 1853. 



\Ne-\wcx.VcW'Ls 



We-mal-che • 



We-mll»che * 
WeHDelche*- 



^-<'^'^^* "I!^J'^>^^^~^■«-» 



(^.c^-vj:?^ ^aXAx/^ 



C.C.Boyce: 18th Aim.Bept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97 « Part 

p,782, 1899 pabl.1901 . 
Ibid: p.782. 

Ibid: p. 822. 



Wemalche.^ ihjd. p.963. 

(.over; 



v< 



/ 



We-mel-che6s 



Yokut 



mam 



Tribe from Kings River, Calif., placed on Fresno and 
Kings River Reservations in 1850 and 1851.— Galen Clark, 
Indians of Yosemite, 3d ed. , p. 112, 1907.|j^6't:t\v \*lCH£j[.3 




\^ 



\vyjOL\ 



W^-fflal-^ 




We-?Ial -C hee3 : ATribes "peculiar to this section of 
'^TTbrnia. " — Clovis Independent, Mar. 7, 1929 



NN^V.q,l^kes 




\ kvA; ^ 








>Tribe near Kings River farm in 18d6.y ^BRr)c.rQft_[fiftPtY' 
.Lewis), Native Races, I, '455, 1874. 



-Ismelchees^ .:^^ A^SJaylor, Cal if> farmer, June 
(ri fter Rept> Cornmr. Ind> Affrs for ]8 f^2). 




863 



^«-»^VKllv vt> VvsJo tWft^ 



W^oJU^ \ N\^ . v W(l\.>c \ v s ■Nk<?>\vift\.c^V>i)^ \kUw.\A-,^ y.w.VAo , \Kl flLi. VlV ^ W«l 






J. 



_\'c>kvjd: 






^>CL/vv^/^^>XjL£Aja/wjiK^ S>gA^d:^^ /^<^ ^ 




l'^^. ^.t;«2..1^!^ 



yy^^J^H^'"^ — ^.3L/o0k^|>^/^j-/.>!.^[1^ 



^v qJUa VH0vWQ.\ ^ClW4 NMQ v'Vw.q\^^k^^>KCvW\lfWL W 



*:* 



•Wimilchi 






Yokut 



Wimilchi. A Yokuts (Mariposali tribe 
formerly living n. of Kings r., C^, op- 
posite the Wechikhit. They weregath- 
ered on the Fresno res. , and with the xLhi 
(Tadji) numbered 165 in 1861. 

Ho-mel-ches.— Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d 
Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. Mowelches.— Ind. Aff. 
Rep., 219, 1861. Ne-mil-ches.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. 
Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 254, 1853. Was-mil- 
ches.—Ibid., 253. We-mal-che.— McKee in Sen. Ex. 
Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 75, 1853; Royce In 
18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. We-melches.— Lewis 
m Ind. Aff. Rep., 1857, 399, 1858. We-mil-che.— 
Wessells in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d sess., 
31 , 1857 . We- mol-ches.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 223 1851. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt^ l.V^ ^f^, 1907 



^-*^ "^^-Wvl- t\viL,'^^e.->^vUc/tueiW W^e.-'Vvua^ ^Iv^e^, VA/e^^e:i-ckes.l|/\le-*^ol-d>.^ 



VM0LS-WvUck^5 



^*^ 



■1 







S<L<2. V4'^->\-l^V-'i-W^ 



.\oW\ 





4— i^c-^ ^..-^ Vi*,j,^ V»JIA>>| ,- KkmSL. 



Wiroi 1 ch e s . ^ Jokno^dj^ Sen.Ex;t)oc.61, 32d Cong, ,1st Sess., 
p. 22, 1852, (In vicinity of KinO ^•)' 







f^ 




* Wi-mel>che : Sub tribe N of Kings River "not definitely 
located*. — Geo. W.Stewart, Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Region, 
Sierra Club Bull. .Vol. ia,No.4, 389, note on map opp.388, 

1927. - — - — — ■ 



4iD^ oJU^ NMe- >v,.«.V- ctVv «L ^Njsi \Vv-Vvva, -\a.VvcW .Woc^^wCvVcWt>^-'Vw*U<.W^ ^ 



A.H.Ga^^ton, Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery- 
makias, map p 248, 1929, 



Wim-mel-che 



Ypkuta; 




in joa^um valley visiteci in 1827 by Jedediah 
x» T J ^» PS ^S^?d the river after the tribe,— Letter 
of Jedediah S. Smith to (hn. Williajn Clark (Sup t, of 
Indian. Affairs), July 12. 1827, TDublished in Missouri 

fey-SlS'^- ^^' 182'^.Cfever:identxfied by me^^^^^^^^^ 

^^^^in'^^^°§^^^^^? ^"T^^ }"" reptint from Missouri 
^ejuMican-.- Welles Annales des Voyages, Series 2. 

\'^r^^n!^f -' ?P!l^^"f^i^.°^Py.,^^ Smith's letter in Letteiw 



fupF. Indian Affairs. Kans 



[OVER] 




NM l\YV- YWOL -1 (k.W-<SLW^ 






H 



CLaxwoi,*, — 



A/v-V> 





^^j^ <JU*»- 'VW ^ Vv-aAA; (Kj^\v. \\>.j ^ Y\ e- V>^ A- ^^-^^ , \K\ VVvvvVcWv ^^VA ^> WOcV-tVu?., 



ge Ashley-Smith Explorations (1822-29), edited by H. C. 

Wim-mel-che: Spelling by C. Hart Merriam (from Indian 

ice copy of Smith's letter) in Quarterley Calif. Hist 

m u't>^?,^V?' ^S-,2. p. 236. Oct. 1923. And in Sierra ' 
Club Bulletin, Vol. 11. No. 4, p. 377. 1923. ("The 
Wim-mel-che Indiana lived on Kings Eiver— not north of 

Club^Bill. ^^^^|77Y* ' ^^ interpreted by Dale."— Sierra 

limslshfi.: Columbus: Amerikenische Miscellen (from 
Jededieh Smith's letter«:J{issoiiri RannMinnn ifl97^ 

p. 437, June 1828. , ^-v..:.^ 

sS'thjr ^"^^* S°«' ^eoS' Paris . Serl TriT ; 107 , Feb. 1828. (aft 



EOVERj 



Wee-mil- chees 



Wee-mi 1-chees : 
JM« h« McLean, 

MS, Old Files 



Yokutaj^ 



(9UKUi^oc& 



TriBfexon headwaters of Kings River.— Lieut 
Report to Mai. H.W.Wessells , July 12,1853. 
Division. War Dept, , No* H 369 1853. 



Wim-mul 



I' 

^>x>J«sA/N. jL^JLvCt; js^ — \*^^ci vmsjioa «£-^,«>,,..o<. /v-^IoLx^ o<>jbJ^lSA;^ .A-i -VvM-«ju^ -w^AdbQ 



g> 



tMo«i^tfto'-'^a^-'ta-»^ 



^oAouA 



o^& VuUJvnLv:^ -Un- Ho-Vo-vvo-^o 



\' kv;^-^ 






^^u. fifi-c^ ^\o-Hw.-o>'^<^i V\oA(v.'v^-\g, V^ftt^-tn'-'^o^-'^o^. 



- Koveti 











Koyeti. A Yokuts tribe formerly living 
in s. central California, in the vicinity of 
Tule r. and southward. Mentioned in 
1852 as a friendly tribe on Paint (White) 
cr., and described as possessing unusual 
courage and intelligence. They are en- 
tirely extinct. 

Co-ye-te.— Wessells (1853) in H.R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th 
Cong., 3d sess., 32, 1857. Co-ye-tie.— Barbour (1852) 
in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 256, 
1853. Zo-ya-ta.— Johnston (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 
61, 32d Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. Ko-ya-te.— Bar- 
bour (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, 
sess!, 122, 1853. Ko-ya-tes.— Barbour in Ind. Aflf. 
Rep., 232, J851. Koyeti.— A. L. Kroeber,inf n, 1906 
(usual name among neighboring Yokuts tribes). 
Ko-ye-to.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., 
spec, sess., 255, 1853. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, ]?./^f , 1907 



: 'KO"Va--te [ Ko-ido^-\e& 1 le^W^V 

One of the tribes signing treaty on' Cahwia (=Keweah) River 
Calif. , May 30, 1851.-- Barbour, Senate Ex.-vpbc. 4,Special 

Session, p 122, 1853. 




'Doc.l, 32nd, Co 



lJU3C?q^:^^;u^^iii=a^ 



^ 




XvjJiSjoL» \%^'z yNjJpvJLA-:^ 



K VA^ Vv 




Kn%jJLj^ 



/ 



Ko-ya-ta ^nv-Jm^ 

Tribe in vicinity of Kaweah River in 1851* — Jonnotoiri, 
Sen.Ex.Doc.61, 32d Cong. ,1st Sess., p. 23, 1852. 

Karate ♦ — C.C.Boyoo: 18th Axm*Rexyt*Bar*Eth*for 1896-97, ?art 2: 

p.965. 1899 [pabl.l901j ♦ 












y^OH^Vv ^ujk. \^o>M<l-^o . Ko-^o^-Vt ^ 



MoW^V 






^oj^ V^O-M(k-\:^ ^ CLo-*jt'Vvci, V^«-^'i--to ^W^^^v\:e.^Ci^.>je~t9,,^o~>5^-Vt^ 



^ 



*Ko-ve-to 



^e^i. Wo-HOl- v:<L 



Tribe signing 
May 30, 1851. 

p 255, 1853. 



^ 



.'(t.Ui: 



treaty at Cainp Keyes, 
Barbour, Senate Ex. 



Kings river, Calif., 
Doc. 4, Special Sessio 



ii-Ax \^t>-)j(\-l^ ^V.oM^'t v^ ^^"^^-^dV^, 



Koyeti ^or Kuyeti 



Yokut 



'^ 



eti or Kuyeti: (plural Koyetati or Kuye twadi ) : "Now 
IFtinct, seem to have been a smaller tribe of almost 
identical speech with the yauelmani . They held the 
swamr^^ slouehs of Tule River from Chokowisho. Porter- 
ville, downrthis tract being known as Kiawitnau. -- 
Kroeher. Handbook of-^fee Indians^ Calif., p 482,192 



Koveti : A.H.Gkiyton,Ghost Dance of 1870 in So. Central C a if 
: pr.61,82, 1530.— Yokuts -Mono chiefs k Shainan3,p.397'^93^ 



\ 



Koveti : P. F. Letta— fort ervi lie Eecorder, Oct. 2o, 1931 

(Article "by Miss Sylvia Wylde). h-^^-^tu^c^ 



See C4-ye-te 

See also Coyehete 




-r 



Yol^t 



Ko-yo-te: Mention of tribe 
Kiver Indian Reservation- 
March 18, 1933. 



as represented at Tule 
Porterville, Calif. Recorder 



See 




^ 




:SQ.e^Ko-;Me.:t^ 



NoWvcL 



Tribe signing treaty at Camp Burton, Paint Creek, Calif. 
June 3, 1851. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Sessi 
p 25G, 1855. QSLIJ^. 2.br4jUlJ^ K^ 



on 











I 



Coyet le 



C.C.Royoe: 18th Ann.Rept.Bur.Sth.for 1896-97, Part 2 

p.963, 1899 [pabl. 1901]. 



^jL>v Kqh<l\:v ^'tti-"a<t-\:^^C9UL4L\\^ie 



. <^ 0^\Aq,.\ 



e 



^ t. Wuct 







Sx^oi^o^ Com<2.V\4l\^, Koyeti 



X 




Rancheria with population of 400, 
or between Kawea and Tule Rivers, 



Yokut 

apparently on Tule River 
visited by Moraga.iM! 
53 ft.note, 188B (after 



Coyehete : Hancheria visited by Mora, 



o^Zl 



1806; about 400 



population; located on San Pedro River. — Diary of P. 
Pedro Munoz, 1806. Arch. Santa Barbara, Vol. 4, p 35 ,+7 

1806-1821. 



Coyehete (Ko^^eti): Tribe occupying swampy sloughs of 

Tule River from Porterville, down. — Kroeber, Handbook 

-^^^-^h^ I nd i ans && California, pp 482, 491, 1925. 



See Oo«7e-te ' 

See also Koyeti or Kuyeti 



\MoA 



ol^-S>V 



\oVvC^ 






^0, 

n4 



^^*SU«. >M<iAe.-^l, NN^iVMoWs^HtAoL^u. 



•Wolasi 



Yokut ■ 



Wolasi {Wo^lasi). A Yokuts (Maripo- 
san) tribe which probably resided in or 
near the Kaweah delta, Cal. /They joined 
in the treaty of May 30, 1851, and were as- 
signed to a reservation between Kaweah 
and King rs. 

No-la-si.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., 
spec, sess., 225, 1853. Wo'lasi.— Kroeber in Univ. 
Cal. Pub., Am. Arch, and Eth., ii, no. 5, 1907. 
Wo-la-si.—Royce in 18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. 
Wo-lass-i.— Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d 
Cong., 1st sess., 23, 1852. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt- l,p. ^^S^, 1907 



^A^ \N O -VolS- s^ ^ NMt>\A>o\ocs 



V/o'lasi or WoU ad.ji . — 

> 7/o ' la si or WoUadii: "North of the Choinok, at and 
below FannerYviTle, perhaps on Cameron Channel. -- 
Kroeber, Hdbd Inds. Calif., p 482, 1925. 

> tolas i : Mentioned with Tachi.Wowol. Telaoni. Chunut. 



Yokut 



Chomuk as tribes whose remnants as^&ri^^ ag 

living in mixed groups in scattereo^rowd^— j 
Yokuts-Mono Chiefs & Shamans . d. 402 . 0<itl930 • 



See Wo-las-se, Wo-da-she . . 

See also Uholasi, Wo -la-si, Wowolasi, No-la-si 



•>\CiAo^-^V 



MoW\ 






^ iJUSLv,.\0 



Wo-lass-i 



\ 




Tribe in vicinity of Kaweah River, Calif. , in 1851. 



, Sen.Ex,Doc.61,52d Cong. ,1st Sess.,p.23, 1852 



CCHoyce: 18th Azm.Bept.Bnr.Etli.for 1896->97, P 

p.782, 1899 pal>ia901 « 
Ibid; p.963. 



Wo-la-sl • 



Wo lasi* 



.vvolagi : Tribe mentioned by A.H.Gayton.Yokuts & Western Mono 



<»(»V 



Po ttery-Maki ng . p24e , 249: ; l929. 
4^N NoAQ.^>^v , NvVo\Mo\e.U t KAa^V)Ko\cLSi. Wo-da-she 



^ <— • 



• Td_W ^Vy^ Ij»>^Tol-c\vO / 




t)c_^ 



-W 







V 



•Wechikhit 




Wechikliit . A Yokuts (Mariposan) tribe formerly 
living, on lov/or Kings r., Gal*, in the plains, and one 
of the group of tribas which ceded their lands to the 

United States hy treaty of Apr. 29, 1651. • They \7ere 
then placed on Fresno res., v/here they were still rep- 
resented in 1861. Two or three individuals survive. 

Wa-cha-et .--Royce in 18th Rep., B.A.S., 782, 1899. 
Wfi.-cha-r)o t9. . --MftKrift et al. in Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 

Gong., spec, sess., 75, 1655. Wa-che-ha~ti .>4yessella 
(1853), in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d sess., 31, 

Wa-che>nets. --Ind. Aff. Rep., 223, 1851. Wa- 



1857. 



che-rie 6. --Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Gong., spec. sess. 

Handbook Am. Indians [over] 
Su^\NolUWo.Auc\. ^^' ^' P- M , 1907 



\Me^W\\LW\^ 



^oWwV 




'Y/ec 




'"A^ small tribe living formerly on lower Kings 
Fdver, Fresno Oounty, Oal. The number enumerated in 
1910 was 6."~Dixon, Census of 1910: Indian Population 
in U/3. ^ Alaska, p. 108, 1915. 

Wech i khit : Dixon, Preliminary Bulletin, Census of 1910: 
Indian Population, p. 18, published June 26, 1913. 



^Jb^\M oL'~c_V\ S.A\u^'\: ^NM 6^-tVjiA<JA.'Vj NMol'-cKo^-VviA:^\m6c. ^lW^-vvilV 



Wr,nnoo -.-Henloy in Ind. Ah. Rep., 



96 ltib6. 'tecnGs.-.iienloy in Ind. Afr. Rep., bll. 
.ii^?'^- y/atcn-ai:i8tk^« -Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. bl. 

T^^ ^?5§-'i.^^^ ??!^'.^2, 1652. Wat^che^.-.Lsv/is in 
Ind. Air. Rep. Ibb?, 599. 1658. -^ —- - • 



j./iu. iiii. nep. loo^, oyy, ibDb. 
m, Univ. Gal. Pub., Am. Arch, a 
W 1 " chi - Aj k . - -Powe rs in Gont. N. 
1677. 



Weciiil^hit .> -Kroeber 

and i^Jth.,Ui,' 360, 1907 

A. Etlmol., Ill, 370, 



J 



Wechihit . Wechahet , Wetehit 

IfifiMhii, ^ashaliei, Wetehit (plural ..,,,,^ 

tain. 485, 1925. Also map opp. 526. 




er. 
er. 



- Yokut 

Valley 

and toward 
Hdbk. Inds. 



-Ghoinck. 



f. 



'4 



Clioinok. A small Mariposan t/ibe, 
nearly extinct, which formerly inhabited 
the locality just s. of where the town^ of 
Visalia now stands, in Tulare co., Cal. 

Cho-e-nees.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. ^Ex. Doc. 4, 
82d Cong., spec. sess.» 253, 1853. ^o-e-nuco.— 
Ibid . 254. Choinoc— Garc^s (1775-76), Diary, 289, 
1900 Choinook.— Wessells (1853) in H. R. Ex. 
Doc. 76, 34th Cong., 3d sess , 32, 1857. Choi-nuck.— 
Royce in 18th Rep. B. >. E., 782, 1899. Choi- 
nucks.— Johnston (1S51) m Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d 
Cong., Ist sess., 22, 1852. 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. xfo, 1907 



Yokut 



^•K 




Ghoinoc 




Yokut 



Ghoinoc: "Tribe" or •rancheria* in the tular. mentioned in 
^oF~of Baptisms, San Luis Obispo Mission v89 Indians) • 
Spellings: Ghoinoc 77 times; Ghoinoc Z\ Tsoynoc 1. 
Gnief in 1835 called Saasil or Valentin >» Mision de San 
Luis Obispo, Libro segundo de Bautismos, MS*, 1823-1869 



/ 



See Gho6-e-nook 

See also Ghginok, Ghoinoc, Choinuck, Ghenooks, 



Cho-e-nuco 



^ cLVvc^\'W()V ^CWftftU>>vo<^W 



^oWt 



Tribe signing treaty at Camp Belt, Kings river, Calif., ^ 
May 13, 1851.' Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session 

p 254, 1853. U;^''i.:fexouo^^:tx^ 



• 



cw 



oe.'vvv^^s 



^UJUSt^ 




^ Wu.^ 





\l 



SuiUk. CLVvo^ ^^Vs.*^^^ ^W^X-V/W'lV^ ^VvQ\'>v^tl, ^ Koo'-^.-'WbftV 



Choinok 



Card 2 



JTokut 



Choinok (plural Choyenaki ) : "Southernmost of 3 tribes in 
. . delta of the Kaweah*. S of Tulare City & below 
Farmer svi lie, probably on Deep & Outside Cnannels. Town 
was Ch'iuta.— Kroeber, Hdbk.Inds.Calif, ,482. 1925. 



See also Choinoc,Choinucks,Choenuco,Chohonuts,Chooenook, 
Choimoc, Chenooks 



^VlO^ 



OV^WO 



k 






t ^ \ ' 



:xoWwV 



^ t. WV ^>^r^JU 







Kin-AaJLj^j^ XxCfcss'^I^Uv ^VyftcVoK xJU ^ Q>-«»J^ oX Xt-JXa^ ^-A^bx-J^ «|'-**~- 



CVvo\.'A.o\ciTr\\re'rx\e'YvV\.OYved W K^W-GcoJutovt, ^oWuLibsH- VJ ester w ^o no lottery - 






^ 






1 



Chenooks 



^Choi- 




S^i 



-N ktcV 



footnote^ignO. 



Hodge considers the Cihoinoc of Garces the same as the 
Chunut of Pov/ers. the Choo-noot of Wessels(l855) and the 
Oho-e-nuco of Barbour (1852). 

^ ^ 



J^^ 'WC^u.p kS.TivxiJ^ ^itwv^A^o. . (i£ M ;^ tL^Mf ..^v:^ TtJ.^ Im^ 



^-A>*s3^ 




^ « 



Tribe in south part of San Joaq uir> v;infty. 



Tv: 



An.^Wjvw 



Ex.Doc.61, 32d Cong. ,1st Sess.,p,22, 1852, 



^^ • ¥ • 1 ^M^A.'^M 



^^Ji\oJU^ 



ijfcrfeaj 






W>->*^*..^<J. < tVvel- u »oU t^jb^ \l^^SiKM,,M.s...s..u^-r' U.J*JL 





OWa^ -<i3L;^^<^-w^-A^^Vaofe,x<8S-?',(Mr1, l*^ 



^XllkkftS^ 



'S-*^^ C.Vvov'Vv^^W V-c 



Inuc; 



C.C.Royce: 



1 

18th Ann.fiept -Bur •Eth.for 1896-97tl>apt 2, 
p.965t 1899 ^pabia90l]* 




* Choinux : Given by Lieut. McLean in 1853 as one of the 
tr ib es of the J^'our Creeks country » who all together 
numbered about 1200 and whose chief was Francisco.— 
Lieut. N.H.McLean. Report to Mai. H. W. Wessells, ^, 
July 12, 1853- MS, Old Files Division, WarDept. No* 
H 369 1853. . (^^.....^^ _ _ 

^ Choinuk: In 1870 remnants of trfB^Xwere "living in mixed 

foups with other tribes in a few scattered rchas. -- 
H.Gayton, Yokuts-Mono^ Chiefs & Shamans,p.402,7.^ '". 

Oct. 1930. 

Qhoi-niik : Tribe near Tulare Lake in vicinity of Buzzards 
Roost,— Greo. W.Stewart ,Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Region, 
Sierra Club. Bull. , Vol.12, No,4,p.389, 1927, 



Trioetn council at Ganip Belt, Kings River, Calif. May S , 

1852. Barbour, Senate Ex. Dt(c.4, Special Session,p 253, 
1853. 



^^^ ^^0eVvU,&,^WH-\\VL(LW,CKt>0'~^-WCi<^V.. ^%^. 



C\V(^> 



ovwoc 










'VjL.fl^^s^ 




'^^^■»>^' V^JlSooA "^ S~6.J<AX±^ 



<.x^^^Ki^S^^.^X^(\^\ ^0^. '\kjX<^11m^Ljx 3L ol^ ^Vvo>e>>vv<.g, VvC,Vot>e>'Woo 




T 









o-y.»'Vvv\.c n. 




Chencoka , 



^Vvo-v-vvcok. 









TA*-^ Vsi lWtcWu^\vcV>.^ 



r^ 



«-o tf.V\0l- UooV- S- tJU^iJs, 









ci.w»'v-'*^©Ac 






^^b^ A^<-jq).u.-.^w.*^»liox, tL^s-^^A^ox 



^ji>^^W<i <i '' ^- 'VlooVw . 



Ohoi^DulL 



^ ftku^ 



> -Tribe near Tulare -lake in vicinity of Buz- 
zards Eoost.~eeb.l. Stewart. Yokut Inds.of Kaweah 




« • 



Beg ion, 3ierra Club 
map opp. 388, Plate 



lull.* ^ol« 12, Ko. 4, 1927, 389, 
CXIII. 



Choimoc 



Yokut 



I 



Padre 
Miote, 



1885. 

[ Choinoc = Choo^-e>nook . a fomer Yokut rancheria in Kaweah 

Delta near present town of Tulare.-- ^tM^^ 



See Gho6^-9-nook 



I 



V. 



C,Vxo\.-Vlv^^s VAJJ^^x^W ciVvol-'Vwx.^iW 



1 kvjct 



^A>^^ K til-vvu^^W ^dK 0*- e- v.oi>V,s<.. 



/ 



V 



«^^- '■u**^^** 



i 



• • •* 



Th 



Nunc 






< 



0^^ 



Ci 



.^^ 



;i 



Card 2 



W 




Wowod 



Yokut 



/ 



fiMoI*, lomd, loml. lolml (plural Wo w Q WO l;. Wowowad; , 

Wowowal i . or Wu^wo^wali ): Tribe on island off E shore 
Tulare Lake due W of Delano (Atwells I slandj.Rcha. called 
Sukuwutnu.— Kroeber. Hdbk. Inds, Calif. ,483, 1925. 

Wowo 1 : /-H.Gayton, Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery- 

• making, Map 248, 1929. 



-V\(o^>^Wiv\,;l^t^^:^ ^ '^^..u^V'ii^^^b^::!^^ 



^bbJlJk 



VVC o'a-^fVC Ji^^^Ji 



,,-fi-k^ ^t*~->s. 



<-^>^ •^ 




.-QL«*A^. 



S'. 



Is 



S tA,W. CA.vu«-ct nu. 






Se^ \No\K^o\ 



■ ^lok-tcb 







^^^YdCi^^JoV,^^U>M<l\.^V\O^M^\clW,^Mti(D^MJLl\ 



Wo-wul"i 



Yokut 



Wo -wul-i : Tribe on islands in.southera^end^of^Tulare^ 



along eastern snore to viuinxuv ux v^vg- ^rj ni„u pr^i i 
Stewart, Yokut Inds.of Kaweah Regjon, Sierra Club Bull, 
Vol.12, No.4,389.inap opp.388, 1927. 



k CC^ ^Mo^^^y^^ 










C.^yVA>-A^>-^ • OCa: ^^A^^/^JB^ \LjuuCa:vs/w 






-.A 



TN5U^*^, I'^^iZ.l 




>oJLtJ.->: ^^v\<o, \%, V-A^loS". (H-\--^ ^u-^ jil^.- 'J)a^v^-A^^v§uiA.^s^ 



^JJjuo^ ^b-t^.^ tz.S't, \%5'2>. 



\Ovj^jl31>o^ , 5tJU/JUvo^ ^'\.\'\ 0^4*0^ 



e^ XcjjftA/^ ^vxiyowv^) 



\ 



Vowol* 



flWM»i 



- CC.Boyoe: 18th Aim . Kept . Bar. Bth. for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p.963, 1699 Ppilbl. 1901]. 

. \Vowo 1 : "Tulare lake tribe" mentioned by A.H.Ga^rton.^host 



lhaman8.p.462.406. 0c!tl930, 






Wowol 



Yokut , 

Wowol. A former Yokuts (Mariposan) 
tribe that livednear the Tachi and Chunut, 
N. or E. of Tulare lake, Cal. With the 
Chunut they ceded their lands to the 
United States by treaty of June 3, 1851, 
excepting a strip from Tulare to Buena 
Vista lake. In 1857 they, with the Tachi, 
numbered 175. 

Wah-woL— Wessells (1853) in H. R. Ex. Doc. 76, 
34th Cong. , 3d sess. , 32, 1857. Woo- wells. — Lewis in 
Ind. Aff. Rep. 1857, 400, 1858. Wo- wol.— Barbour 
in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. 

HElandbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. fyr^ 1907 



ari 



Chunut : 



•TBI Ml 



Yokut 



• m 



ribe** mentioned in Book of Baptisms, San Luis 



bispo Mission (ll Indianii).— Mision de San Luis Obispo, 
Libro sqgundo de Bautismos, MS /1 823 -1869. 

Spelled Cheuneut 3 times in Padron de esta Mision de San 
Luis Obispo, lb55« 



Chikut ! ^Tribe on Kings Ri 
"111. — Geo. W.Stewart. Iok 



•Ch 



iver betwee 
*«- ...^ , *wkut Inds* Co. 

Club Bui. Vol. 12. No. 4, 1927, map 

CXXIII and 389. ^ 




and „ 

Region, sierra 

388T Plate 



Chunut : A.H.Gayton. Yokuts & Western Mono Pottery 

makins". man n 248*/^lQ?Q. '^ 




Yokut 



Ghunut (pi. Ghunotachi. ) . ... A former important Yo- 

ribe in the plains e. of Tulare lake, Calif 



ku t s t 

Tliev v;ere enemies of the Tadii at the n. end of the 



lake, but on friendly, tonns v/ith the hill tribes. 
They lived in lon^r; conimunal houses of tule. Their 
dialect' fomed a group with the ^adji siid Ghoinok. 
(A. L. K.) 

P.hn-ho-ni,its . --Barbour (1652) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4,^32d 
Gong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. GhQQ-noot.--Wessells 
(1853) in H.R. Ex. Doc. 76,34th Gong., 3d sess., 32, 

1657. Ghu-nut . - -Powerk^.- ^ ^— ^-^ 



370, 1877. 



^K 




Ghunute. .-«-RoYge in 18th Rep. B.A.E.,762,1W 

[over] 



Handbook Am, Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^f^, 1907 




on Paint cr. 




--liarToour, op. cit. (mentioned as 




ihunut; — >A«H.G&yton,Yokuts-Hono Chiefs & Sbaxnans; Scatters 

Oct. 31,1930. <5^^^^^^^^^^y-"av 

Ghohnut : Tribe next up Kirgs River above Tachi. — Geo.W. 
Stewart .Yokut Inds of Kaweah Region, Sierra Club Bull, 
Vol.12, No.4,p-389. 1927. 

> Chunut (plural Chunotachi or Ghunotati ): Tribe on Tulare 
Talce shore in Kaweah Delta region. "CroBs Cr.was their 
noflfehem boundary". --Kroeber,Hdbk. Inda. Calif. ,48S,1925« 




]^Ov^V 



\ 



CL Wu:^ wvctt 



i^-^ 



NoWl 







^ 




V 



Sjul CW^^O-WOOX . ^W-\\vAx ^ 






5e^ vWoo->vooi. 



\oWu.\: 




\ 





Chunut: »»Tulare lake tribe"--;.. H.Gayton, Ghost Dance of 1870 
in So. Central Calif .pp.61 ,82; 1930. 

Chunut : "Chunut (Kaweah River at the_lake).*' — Powell. Linguistic 

Families, p. 91, 1891. ^Tribe of Mariposan family {] 



CVvVA-WAjjt 



'. ^.H.^ko.L^t6•v^. . Yokodi^t 4 V^csTteryv. (AoYvo Tottertr 



K\0Lk.l 



V W "^[igj^^^' T.\^. La.tlc.>-''^*^t^5v».o B<tt.^ 1^^^>.'-UlcoL>>. ^3^a<, (l,\^5l 






ti2=3aj*iC<yiSftl!iiii;lU^^ \\^^6:^^{.o^ ^i^S^^sL^ Jb^ 



u^ <^.K3;c 



•U^^^t^^ C. ^voO'KJ ^ -IU*JI.^«aJC»^ 



•k 



VCtv«j 



t 



At<. j^ :i 




c-^u^-^,^;^ 



T«.k-cia-.- 




V^^cW'S^N^ aJL,.*^ C^ \^ y^^ ^^ ^ \r\, (^ <j^ Y^ ^^^ ^*^ 



/ 



Chu-nut 




SuOC 




Tribe on Kav;'ea]i river, Tulare Co., Calif. C'«A:fcKMx'y 



Pov/ex 



-s. Tribes of Calif, p 370, 1877.. 



%aI^ clSU-^^C^ V\.vOvV^.QL » ^WoO-Vvoo^^^Vvw..-Vv*^^5-. 



\ 



\ 



i 



/ 



' SivanU 

- Siyante. A former Miwok village on 
Tuolumne r., Tuolumne co., Cal. 

•li-yan-to.— Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32dCone 
spec. 8^., 252, 1853. . Segante8.-Ibid. , 69. Si-y^- 
Jok"?' B.°^*^° *" Schoolcraft. Ind. Tribes, iv, 407 
1854. . Si-yan-ta.— Johnston in Sen. Ex. Doc. 61 

^ w^fclx^^' ®^^- ??• 1^2. • Si-yau-te.-McKee 
et al. (1851) m Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong spec 

sess., 74, 1863. •Tpoxies.— Johnson in Schoolcmft! 
op. cit. (so called from their chief )_^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Ft. 2, p. >r^<r^ 1910 



W^ 



^\>^(kV 



Vwr.\m 



OL'Wc 



• l:^::|«Av^ ,^<^^ 







^ V^ ^^J4o^ ^U^ ^^^..^^ 




Suo^ S V -ol'wV- oJk^« ^ 



i 



Q-VSJ QJVV 



Siyokos ___________ " Yvxe-y^-ko Irw 

*3i yokes : Tribe south of i^Vench Camp (few miles south of 
3tockton).~^'to^ckt'on [Calif.] Record, May 23, 1625 











y 



13V- 




|.,-,JU4;10C^;^-^ %*— Sa-Hootv--^;?. 



^-^^^^^^ * a^ — Aj^^^-V-^t^ 





Xs..-~X N\'- 



olTVv 



. <.W«L 











IXo^ IVj^ju^kj^^^^^Xi^ ^X>^^^^A^ ^^" ^-^^ ©^"'o^li^. 




Si-yan-ti 



Tuoluime 



rivers. 



in 1851 ♦ 




., Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong, ,1st Sess. , 



p. 22, 1852. 

' Siyante. —Bancroft (after Latham), Native Races, III, -650, 
1875. 

Siyante. — C.C.Boyoe: ^Sth Ann.Rept.Bur.lth.for 1896-97, 

p;961, ^ 1899 rpabl.1901] 






Jhfle- \MVL W 



hftf.wftftn hftfl/i nf Plftafia.nt vail ay anri LaQrange (near cor- 
ner where Stanislaus. Tuolmgne. Merced, and Mariposa 
counties come together)/— Merriam, Dist. and Classif . of 
Mewan Stock of Uaiifomia, Amer. Anthropologist, WS iX, 
p. 546, Juno 1907. 




^^>^ ^ '^^^O.X A<^. ^q^^QL'W^VQ-,S^-0>.VvA\^. 



•Si-Yaji-te or : Si-yan-tes___lpr Se-yan-tes__) 




rs to "be - tho proyje 




^oand 




on or near the Little Mariposa River, Calif. ' 
( in council at Fremont's Cainp in March 1851), whose narr-e is 
printed in the report of the first California Indian Comrni 
sioners in three Afferent ways, as follov/s: Si-yaU"te.r p74[ 



Secant es( p69), and Li-yan-to (p252),Sen. Ex. Doc. 4,Special 
Session, pp69, 74,252, 1855. p.^ 



Ij>v<^v 



LJ'otoachoa 



t 



Uoi ?otci^"t\SR. 




— Taylor, Calilf. Farmer, Yol.XIlf, June 8, 1860. 
^»Potaaches. --Bancroft, Native Races, 1,^455, 1874, 



§i<2. Q- '^ <> A <> V - O^'W A <L 









S)JIA- 'Vo A«i\- Q-W-^Q. ,'?^\oOL\vS^. •«i< 




: Eancheria mentioned in Book of Baptisms, 

uan uautista Mission (1 Indian, 1823). — Mis ion de 
Juan Bautista, Lioro de Bautismos, MS, 1797-1832. 



San 
San 



V 



^ Po'fod.KcU 




Po-to-en-sd6s 



Yokut 



Tribe from Merced River, Calif. , placed on Fresno and 
Kings River Reservations in 1850 and 1851.— &alen Clark, 
Indians of Yosemite, 3d ed., p. 112, 1907. 



See also Potoencie 



• Qoconoon * ^ [ 

Coconoon. A Yokuts tribe of Califor- 
nia, said by Johnston in 1851 (School- 
craft, Ind. Tribes, iv, 413, ^854) to '^live 
on the Merced r. , with otherj3ands, under 
their chief Nuella. "* There are the rem- 
nants of 3 distinct bands residing together, 
each originally speaking a different lan- 
guage. The aged of the people have 
difficulty in understanding each other.'' 
The vocabulary given by Johnston is 
Yokuts. Merced r. is, however, otherwise 
known to have been inhabited only by 
Moquelumnan tribes. The Coconoon are 
also mentioned by Royce ( 18th Rep. B. A. 
E., 780) , together with 5 other tribes from 
Tuolumne and Merced rs. (all of which 
were undoubtedly Moquelumnan), as 
ceding all their lands, by treaty of Mar. 
19, 1851, excepting a tract between the 
Tuolumne and the Merced. If these state- 
ments about the Coconoon are correct, 
they constituted a small detached division 
of the Mariposan family situated among 
Moquelumnan groups midway between 
the main body of the stock to the s. and 
the Cholovone to the n. w. 

Co-co-noon. — ^Johnston Qg51.)-i«''S^. Ex. Doc. 61, 
32d Cong., 1st sess., 21^152^ 

Handbook Am. ladians 
Pt- 1, p- v7/f , 1907 



Yokut 




\Tribe in c 



S-AiJloo 



li^^ 



ouncil atyvFremont 



>rtiu<fcr 



.1 the Little Mariposa, 
Calif. , in March, 1851 .-^ \*sc^^XMaKu,\'!;5x\&w*Li4>I.*vH,M>V,HC.\Hos. j^i^, 
•iBai^bour,^ McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 6 




A^XT 



^^cJUiSueu^";^ 






Coconoonfo —Bancroft, Native Races, 1,^456^ 18745 iiL;Ui, l^'J;^: 

Sua. o5^-r- LctA;sA^^,ticv.a.c^^ 






Coconoon. ^Bancroft, Native Races, III, -567, 18751] 

"On the Merced River the floconoon with a dialect extend- 
ing to King River and to Tulare Lake.*— Ibid, '651 ^ 




AmopiQQin AborLrrinoil 




I ftdited by 



ji L i ter a l 
N ■ Trubne r. 



Zl 



Coconoons >»-**The Coconoons and Potoancies . between 
olumne and Merced. "--Msm'l and i^iog'i Mist. of Go* 
no, Tulare, and Kern, Lev/is Pub'g Uo., 46, 
M, Angel. 



1692 




the Tu- 

of Fres 

Ed. by 



Coconoona! "The Potoancies and Coconoons between the 
Tuolumne and Merced." — History of Fresno Co* 163, 
San Francisco, 1882. W.W.Elliott & Co.Pubrs. 
Co-co-noon: Tribe on reservation between Tudlumne and 
Merced rivers, Calif., in 1851.— W. M. Ryer, Sen. Ex 
Doc. 61, 32nd, Cong., Ist Sess. 22, 1852. 



Goconov 

Coc onov ; Rancheria mentioned 
Soleaad Mission, 1791 -?, MS 
Library, 1876 • 

See Cosonoy 



in Book 
Copy by 



of Baptisms, La 
A.Pinart, Bancroft 



"\ 



See also Cosonoy 



* Coconun 



YOIBOT 



Cocontlnj 



"Coconun (Merced !^iver)«*.— ?pwell. Lingaistlc Fami- 
lies, p. 91, 1891. Tribe of Mariposan family. 



See also Cocongon, Co-co-noon, 




'npr^r^^^ 



\ 



t "f ^Con?''^^^ ^' ^^- (l^^l) '^ SeA. Ex. Doc. 
•ApMeasi f;V>,?^^-- ^^^^ ^'*' 1853 Jmlsprint). 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I^. 1, p. <if , 1907 



\ 



Mewan 



K\i(x'w 




»-'Vva,OLl 




n\^\Mwk. 



fi^-^^ 3^KJU uJ^Io. e<,-...-JJj,(^ib^ u^C^C^-^b^ 

Spelled «Aebungos£e_ by^i^KdeT^^rbour & Wozencraft, Sena 

., o^na. Cong. 1st. Sess?:^! 




\ 





, Heij \^i^M. 



i-j el^-^ JO^.^^^^ :^ ^.UVL-^, Ul^l^ 



**^au gas- ^ *-./.. 



^-*-A^~»:Vv ajlr>xa;c^ 



A/w 



ti^Ji:* 



Ipvcr 




-assi 



rioe on reservaoion between Tuolurcne and Merced river 
Calif., in 1851.^ jiyTSi§^^ , Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., Is 
Sees., p. 22, 1852. 



KyW^Vl 



^YV\e^-VMGcVv 



Aplache. Given as the name of a band 
and its village on upper Tuolumme r., 
Tuolumne co., CaL, in 1850. According 
to Adam Johnson (Schoolcraft, Ind. 
Tribes, iv, 407, 1854) the people could 
not speak the Miwok language; neverthe- 
less*, judging by their location and the 
bands with which they are mentioned, it 
is probable that they belonged to the 
Moquelumnan family, r/^t 

Ap-la-che.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc.4,32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 252, 18^, 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1, p. CI , 1907 



^ 




near Pahnp:~ah-hun^-che(Qarrot^). Spoke same dialect as 
at Garrotte and Coultorville. CToM me by a Mev/wah Indi 



C^Wo^^ 



■■ — — ~ ^ ' __ ^ 

Writte n Aplache in ^Eighteen California Treaties, Treaty 



Y/ritten Apalche(by t^ooRraphic error) by McKee, Barbour, 



^ % l)6 



p 484, 1852, 

V/ritten Ap~la-che by Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 

Session,V)p. ^^^^^4, 252, 1855; ApW^ 



^ 






S»;abw^M:^t■ >lkS, \q A-vduJlt;. 




AEi4a;;che. -MerriaiE, Diet, and ClaBsif.of Mewan Stock of 
Calif., Amer. Anthropologist, NS IX, p.346, June 1907. 



N 







Ap-la 

Ap-la : Rancheria mentioned twice(inl828, 1829) in 

Bautismos. Mision Santa Cruz, 1791-1835, MS Copy 
Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1878. 



Libro de 
by A. 



^ 



v> 



A-Y/al-lache . ' 4Uk (J\Ma XomK(L 




jWamkJ^ 



Gadwat&i ' & of Tuolujin 




rKcKe«^» 




eoda > 
Barb our .^Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, pj'252, 1853. 

tVReserrtj^raot between Heroede and Tuolumne river, 
]lar.l9, 1851** — C.C.Boyoe: 18th Ann.Bept.Bttr.Eth.for 
1896-97, Part 2» p.780, 1899 [publ.l90l]. 
Awallache # — Ibid: p.951. 






f»fjk^9jJ(^X^ 



^-ft>^ K-^ e^V 0^- cW <L ^ nmVI 0^ ^W^ 



•^m^m^^i'^'^tm^^ 



A\McxX.< 




^jo: 



rK.e>vj-t^ 



^teu/^ ^.5 . /^/nAnJUvs, 










^>vOUl/v^^ 








Vo-^lSk^ 



IxvL vIa3;.JU^^ .::V--U£.liP /W^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^U^.^ 



<SLftV 0\M -\NiOcVoc-^W<L, 



(over 



m 



•Av/alache ^ * 

.*Mw on reservation between Tuolumne and 

Calif,, in 1851. ^ Jo^M^ S^.Ex.Doc.6li 
Sess.,p.22, 1852. \ ^ 



rivers 



C' 



ove-r 






1 



Hewan 



Me^co^tribej— Merriam, Dist.and Classif.of Mewan Stock 
of Calif oimif, AmerrAn|th: 
1907. " I ' 



V 



chum' 



between Stockton and Mt. Diablo, and ranged thence eoul 
erly— how far we do not know. — Ibid , p. 350. 

* "According to the authorless Illustrated History of San 
Joaquin^County. California , published in 1900, the Yach- 

?hekuiBnas pushed eastward across the San Joa- 
quin river between Calaveras river and French Camp creek 

and had a village near the place now occupied by Stock- 
ton, In this connection it should be borne in mind that 
Stockton is at the corner point where the Chil urone , 

Cover 



-latc h-aTkum-ne 



Mewko 



Mewfrn 



Tribe whose northern boundary was the Calaveras River 
Vt»ne Indian name for which was Yachicume RivQr) and 



whose southern boundary was French Camp Creek. Their 
principal village was near the place where Stockton now 
stands. 

YachiciaH^* — Beechey in Voyage of Blossom (4to ed. 
London, I, 361, 364, 1831; 8vo ed. London, II, 28, 1831) 
speaks of Yachicum^ River (Calaveras River).. [Quoted in 
Bancroft, Hist. Calif., Ill, 110,. 1885] 

Yachimese. — ''Tribe that originally lived at Stock- 
ton". — Letter to Alex. S. Taylor Calif .Parmer, 
Dec. 7, 1860. [Quoted in Bancroft ,Native Races, 1, 452, 1874; 



Yachic 



Yachchumne 



Famer. Feb. 22, 1860. 



Cover 



•Yatchachumne. and- Siakumne 



has been claimed by each 
' Yetchachumne^ - -lb id ; p,347 



tribes met, and that the ground 
of these tribes.*— Ibid, p,350. 



# •* 



^-^^<>^^ TCtcWVWa'Vwwa ^o-dWcLv^-wt 



Yachachiamnes. 



— \Ibid; June 8, 1860 



Yachicumnes « — HutchingSt Scenes of Wonder and 
Curiosity in Calif., 32. 1862. _, _ ^ 

Yachichumnes . — Bancroft (after "San Francisco, 
Evening, Bun., Sept. 9, 1864); a Native Races, r;U62^1874. 

Yachachunmes . — **The Yachachumne s west of the Mok- 
elumnes. MS map. " — Bancroft, Native Races, I, 450 




t d. I, 868 Qjid map opp » p > 522 * 



1874. 



Ya-che-ko (Ya-che- 

bert 




Co 



3->kos) or Ya-che-kum-ne (Ya-che-kum-nes ) . — 
b in nlst San Joaquin Co. ,13, Oakland, 1879 . 



""i Yficdfaeko or Yax;hekumnas . — 111. Hist. San Joaquin Co., 



Calif., 26, 1890. 









v 



e-\NOL 




Duran 



Yatchicomnes 

Yatcli 1 c omn es . — ■, -^.^-o- - . . 

Ivlay 1817.- Having Isft the principal stream of Sacrafflento 

R.& passed throulh. "a very broad canyon to the S & SE, 
leading to the San Joaquin River", Duran started to asce: 
the San Joaquin at 6 in the evening. & at 8 in the morn- 
ing he "drew near the village of the Passasimas. During 
the night we passed on our right the village of the M6.- 
t affiles who have already become Christians at San Jose; 
thinised to live almost in the center of^the tuls r^ion, 
~0n our left we passed the Tauauinmes & fatchiconmes, .ne 
said Passasims live on thal^ide. with the ||ffiftf^ " 
little to the IE of tha^".^_-Diary^of^Fra^^Jarc.. 

Expd.on Sacramento h 
Pacif. Coast Hist- Vo 



•245, 



Coverl 



s^x. 



68 also Yatchicome 



;hic^ . Y; 




tsSt 



[!• — 



ri^iji 



S 



^S mei/Sind 1/ womej 
'na^do>L/sta AYfa 
.crofb/Dibrai35^)» 




S^ellirEB in San.Joee'MissiongRegister (24 India^^^ 
Yfttohieome 15 t-imwii: 'Yatchic- l; -Yachi^.l 'I^ohia ^. 
iHbetica de Neofitos LSan Jos^ Mission, erro- 
neously labeled MisionSan FernandoJ Original MS. 
Bancroit Library. 

.„ r Eancheria mentioned in Book of Baptisms, 

San Jos5 Mission (118 Indians).^ Spellicgs: Iatifini filimnft 
"ataicumna..— Bisibn de San Jose, Libro primero de 
isautismos, MS, 1797-1830. , , 

Yo+ Phi nrvnnes- Tribe mentioned by cichencK as seen bj ... --■ 
Ynt.nm cQinnesi. ■'•^■^"" \ . . ipi7 nn '-Ian Toaauin and extena- 

AraTello a.na Viaaer aiay 1817 o"„^^^-,x2 ^^n^ q;*>;pv,f,v<a 
inr to"the slope of the jiierm t^evaaa • 0" ^^^nck s 
• .iS| loca,tea f ft of San Joa^uxn u N o^ .alaveras.|^^. 

I^Slii V?'calif . "^Defe^R^^onCU^v. Calif .Pubs. ] . p. 1&. 
map p. 133, Nov. 13, 1926. 



I 



f 



I 




*Cas~talce 



%AX 



ols 



-Uk) 



^tmm^^t^mi^^*^ 




Tejon Pass, 



Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 



Tribe signing treaty at 
Calif.; June 10, 1851. Barbour, 

Special Session, p 256, 1853. • 

Caatake-— C.C.Royce: 18th Ann.Eept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97; Part 2: 

p.962, 1899 [^publ* 19011. 



§uiv.V^CkiAoL*W ^o^^*^^5\K.^, 



Cashtec 



wmm^'^'^^i 



Chumashan 



Cashtec. — Rancherii tributary to San Bjienav entura 
Mission.— From Ertracts made from Archivo de la Misi9n 
de San Buenaventura, Libros de Mis ion. for Bcpicroft Lib- 
rary, p. 28, 1877. 

* Cash-tek : Foniier rancheria in interior of S Ventura Co. 
at place called Las Tezui[in vicinity of Bl Pira aiai 
Sespe RanchoJ.. Spanish^spelling given by educated half - 

enshairs spelling •Kac-tok).— 



arguage 



breed to H. W. Henshasr VHe; 

H. W. H^shaw, MS Vocabulary San Buenaventura 
(Nos. 293 & 844), Bureau Ethnology. 

Note: Not to be confounded with Castac ( Kastak ) in 
anada de las Uvasjor with Casitec, in^or near mouth 
of Santa Barbara Cajiyon,-N#(^7ITwSiJU-^A' of Cuyama 




Valley 



See also Casitec, San Pablo 



Kac-tok 
, Cash-tek, Kashtok}^. 




am Book of Baptiems, San Buenaventura Mission (12 

Indians): Cashtec 11 times; Castec 1.-- Mision San Buena- 
ventura, Libro de Baatismos., r^r.^-^nr,^ 



782-187y. 



«^ 



% 



Vs^& -^ OlVv 









Puo---^,^*:;::^.^^^^,^ 5^ l^?6^ 



Sxx. aSL^ ciocAocVe ^cLcLj^-t^Q.^ clo^^^QvL^, Caurtouka^^;; (itLrtotka; 



Castec. Cash tec 



Chunaashan 



Castec. Cashtec * — Rancheria tributary to San Buenaven- 
tura Mission. JbYom Extracts from Archivo de la Mision de 
San Buenaventura, Libros de Mision, made for Bancroft 
Library, p. 28, 1877. 

[ Note : Undoubtedly one rajicheria, although the two spel- 
lir^s appear in different places in the same list of the 
i;ancherias ^?l9^i^^^j[,j^j?sui Buenaventura MissionJ 

isAin Book of Baptisms, San Buenaventura Mission 

12 Indians): Cashtec 11 times: Castec 1.— Mision San 
Buenaventura. Libro de Bautismos, 1783-1859.. MS Copy 
Bancroft Library, 1878. 

See also Casitec, Saa Pablo , Caxtec, Cashtec 



[over] 



" Cashtec in lo s Tulare s-" : 
Baj^tisn.s, San Fernnhdo 



Rotf.cheria rr.ent/ioned in Book: oi 
r;iaaion. 1797-1855. 



Castake . One of several tribes formerly 
occupying * ' the country from Buena Vista 
and Carises [Kern] lakes and Kern r. to 
the Sierra Nevada and Coast range/* Cal. 
Bv treat V of June 10, 1S51, these tribes 
reserved a tract between Tejon pass and 
Kern r. and ceded the remainder of their 
lands to the United States. In 1862 they 
were reported to number 162 on Ft Tejon 
res. Probably Shoshonean, though pos- 
sibly Mariposan or Chumashan. Castac 
lake, in the Tejon pass region, derives its 

~ m^ . . . = ■- ■ fi. 

name from this tribe and affords a further 
clue to its former habitat. 

Cartaka.— Wentworth in Ind. Aff. Rep., 325, 1862. 
Cas-take.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. Catagos.— Taylor in 
Cal. Farmer, June 26, 1862 (mentioned as in e. Ne- 
vada; same ?) . Ourtakas. —Taylor in Cal. Farmer, 
May 8, 1863. gurrillos. —We ntworth i n Ind. AfY. 
Rep^ 325^ 1862? - ■ ■ " TT^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft- 1, p. ^/^ , 1007 



cv 



Vw-Vvvftw 



sWe^U 



4l.>4i^/U ^u^rtlU ^r tfAviaU ^^. 



Sju^ Vw ocs-^ »- k. 




CastegQ^ 



Chumashan 



Rancheria visited by Zalvidea Aug. 7, 1806, a few leases 
south of a lake 20 miles long in south end San Joaquin 
Valley [Buenavista and Kern lakes united at high water]. 
.-Bancroft (after Zalvidea's Diary), Hist. Calif., II, 
50 ft. note, 1885. 

Zalvidea' s expedition ascended San Emigdio Canyon and 

continued "Aug.6th, east through the cajon [now called ^ 
Cuddy Canyon]. Aug. 7th, visit to rancheria of glastegue^. 



See Kas » t^ 

See also Castake ^Cas-take, Cartaka, Curtakas, 



Te\^\>resl 



I 






itvoLKK \oW\r 



Ca.^^- 



V 



IVX. ft \ 



^ Uj> 3^ ^'--^ WJL K U.M^H. feuxcJiS^ ^ l^'t ^ 9^Xi^ 







14^ 



iX.o#v, 



rOVER] 




Tej on (Span ; * raccoon ' ); A local name 
often applied to certain groups of Indians 
at the s. end of San Joaquin valley, Cal. 
It includes Indians of^ three linguistic 

families: Ft Tej on, on Caiiada de las 
Uvas, was held by a division of the 
Chumash; the upper part of Tejon 
rancho, including the part of Tejon cr. in 
the mountains, was held by the Shosho- 
nean Gitanemuk; the lower part of this 
stream and rancho, including the present 
ranch settlement (the headquarters of a 
reservation established in 1853) on Paso 
cr., belonged either to the same Shosho- 
neans or to the Yokuts tribe called 
Yauelmani, or at least was visited by the 
latter. On the establishment of the Tejon 
res» in 1853, Indians from a considerable 
area were assembled thereon. In 1864 
most of these were removed to Tule River 
res., where the Yauelmani are now popu- 
larly known as Tejon Indians. On Te- 
jon rancho, at the base of the mountains, 
there is still a settlement, mainly of Sho- 
shoneans, and these principally of the 
Gitanemuk. . ^ (h. w. h.) 

Tehon.— Ind. Aff. Rep., 246, 1877. Tejon.— William- 
son in Pac. R. R. Rep., v, 20, 1863. Tejones.— Beale 
(1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 
378, 1853. Tejuneses.— Galiano, Relacion, cxvii, 



1802. Texon.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 
32d Cong. , spec. sess. , 256, 1853. Tin'lin-neh.— Pow- 
ers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in, 370, 1877. Tinliu,— 
Hoffman in Proc. Am. Philos. Soc., xxin, 301, 1886. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 2, p./7^y^ 1910 



"llie - Tejon Indians were those who 
inhabited the southern part of 

Tulare valley." — Bancroft (after 

*Mollhausen,186l), Native Races, I, 
.460, 1874. 

,TejonB.--n)id, on map opp.p;322. 



X 




s: ftt'one tifli§ 
V£ti6n, History 



rfeprdsented^oti Ttile* River Reser- 
of Kern Co. 96, San Francisco, 1883 



Teions.: Represented on Tule River reservation Y/ith the 
MfiS. aM Manaches f Monachees K ^*The JfiifinS. living 
at Pert Tejon, have also ^ number of vitllages or 
camps, but are known as Tinnlinie > ( Coyote Holes , the 
name of the locality)/'— Stephen Praers , Indians of 
W Nevada & Calif* Ami#Rept .Smithsonian Inst* (for 
1876),p.454,1877. 

^ Teion India m : Name used by Lieut. McLean in speaking 
oTThe Indiam of Tejon Valley, who numbered 150, 

and whose chief's name was Matario. — •^i®^*' •,!;•, 5:, 
McLean, Report to Maj. H. W. Wessells, July 12.1853. 
MS, Old Piles Division, War Dept. , No. H 369 1853. 



[OVER 



Tejon Indians 



Yokut 



•VMNkMAa^ 



• Teion^Indigjis; Mentioned in War of Rebellion Records. 
Series l7Tol-50, Pt. 1, p^ 49, 1897 

^^i^q>?f,^I?W? ^^®P?2 Inst.. Riverside. Calif. 1925-67 
The Sherman Bull* Vol. 19, No. 1, Riverside. 



1925. 



Calif.Sept.il, 



Teion: L. A.Dorrington. Indian agent. Mention only. — 
Chico [Galif^ 3nterprise, March 9,1927. 

Tejon Indians ; Mention only.— Bakersfield Califomian, 
Bakersfield, Calif., Dec. 16, 1927. 

^_ Mention of 

iver Indian Reservation 
March 18, 1933. 




tribe as represented at Tule 
-Porterville, Calif. Recorder 







ooVn* 



^ VlHVvOLvk 1 



Av.,Jks. 





i 



See also Taslupi, Taxlipu ^ To-sln pi .purtT- Tasslipu, 

Taslipi. Taislipu * ' 




^-^xro< ^ ^^-A. V-«i — i^ 



c'.l. 



U \\v ft. J* i« 



-^^^^» XuUft'N/^. ,- 




T^:::*^.. e^.^^ ^c:tt^. t^l?l4^n, ]^»^. }n, 



San Imiri * — C.C*Boyee; 18th Aim.Rept«Bup*Eth.for 1896-97» Part 2; 

p*782, 1899 fpubl.1901]. 
San Imirio >— Ibid: p.959. '' 







oJyU^ 




^^\\5 [ V^4.^j\^^^^ J 



m 



lashlipun 




Cku_rrn_cL_^ja 



CfT) 




Tashlipun : Rancheria mentioned in Book of Baptisms, San 
uenaventura Mission (5 Indians). Spellings: Tashl ipun 




3 times; Ta shpl ipu n 1.— Mision de San Buenaventura, 
Libros deTautismos, MSS, 1782-1808; 1809-1873. 

Tashpl ipun : Rancheria tributary to San Buenaventura Mis- 
eion.-^T'roTj Extracts frcm Archive de la Mision de San 
Buenaventura, Libros de Mision, made for Bancroft 
Librai^S p. 29, 1077. 

Taxlip u: Spelling in Padron of San Buenaventura Mission, 
"TT, 1825-1840. 



See Tash-le-poom 

See also Tasiupi, Taxlipu, 



' San BnidiO. 



' .. ^ « ■ 



nViijmashan 



San Emidio. A Chumashan Sivision, 
named after the land grant and present 
Rancho Emidio, formerly occupying '*the 
country from Buena Vista and Carises 
lakes and Kern r. to the Sierra Nevada 
and Coast range, ' ' Cal. By treaty of June 
10, 1851, these tribes, which had been 
greatly reduced by smallpox and by con- 
flict with Spaniards and neighboring In- 
dians, reserved a tract between Tejon 
pass and Kern r., and ceded the remain- 
der of their lands to the United States. 
The treaty, however, was made inopera- 
tive through its rejection by the Senate. 

San Imiri.— Royce in 18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. 
San Imirio. — Ibid., 788. San Juris. — Barbour in 
Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 2, p. ¥d^ ^ 1910 




OpOO'VW/ 



■T 



* Carise 



kl 




JLoWwV 



Carises (probably Span, carnzo, 'reed 
grass ' ) . One of a number of tribes for- 
merly occupying the country from Buena 
Vista and Carises lakes and Kern r. to 
the Sierra Nevada and Coast range, Cal. 
By treaty of June 10, 1851, thev reserved 
a tract between Tejon paas and Kern r., 
and ceded the remainder of their lands 
to the United States. Native name un- 
known. Judgi ng by loc aUty and associa- 



tions they were probably Manpo^n, 
though possibly Shoshonean. See Bar- 
bour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d Cong., 
spec, sess., 256, 1853; Royceinl8th Rep. 
R_A^^^I82^18?9,_______^ 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. -2^6-7^, 1907 



COLV\^^S U <V.Vn^ -rL \< ^ V \v WJkO^ - '^A>^^-^ ToftAoV^ Vv\\n. 




r- 



Carises 



Tribe signing, treaty at 
Calif., June 10, 1851. Barbour 



NoWo.^! 




Tejon Pass 



Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 



Special Session, p 256, 1855. 



\\ ^iJldLlkx.c)^ , \&^i; So^>..::fc^AJLJ.NX^,pj^iy?6^^^ 



Car-i-ae 



Carise*"- Ibid: p.952 



C.C.Royoe: 18th Aim«Bept«Bar.Et)i«for 1696-97 1 Part 2 

p. 782, 1899 [pal>l*1901] • 




H^^^^^l* 



StA- qJU>o Iqlo^^I cTa^e. 



Buenav 



laviet 



Vi 



/<:^ r 



x 



J 



) 



.^1 i e| 






jjakeCS^toi,,- visited by Zalvidea. — Ba 
' Calif., il, 48fn885; "on the shore 
s 8 leagues lon^'and 5 leagues wide, 
gOat river." ^c^ "MukAsuCi Mi *>«Ay) 



V 



f^' 




•'V,. 




•>.,A 



-,-''■•■.■ 



I 



'<^y*3^. 





r^t 



^t^ 



uu 




'^■A 



cv.ic3v l'--^ 



Sxx^ Bu.t'VvA ViS-to< ©vj. Td6-(oUvIvv. 



\ 



Buena Vista 



^^ Tfto-XoL" Vxvw x. 



^liikvct_ 



Tribe sigiiing treaty at Qomp Poypifor F. Smithy TojonPass, 
Calif., June 10, 1851.. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 

Special Session, p 25(3, 1855:GiUjnciA:5.TjvjuiJ^ ^U^x^^uAJt 



^VCCAUO. \fv 



3u.<.K oXU^kOi. 








.£^ a^^T»»fl.>^: >U«JtA^ . — lW>-A.-J:^ L»B«lVcvc ,$iu».»\tjrU. C^Xlf * 




1 




UOS-'<'Wk 



Buenavista 



«■ 



Buen avista : Spanish name 
mentioned m Libro de 
MS, 1792-1862. 



for rancheria "in the tular* 

Bautismos, Mi si on de San Miguel 




t<.evv.6c 



VKstflu 










v,r 



K r 



r > ^ 






\ 



Se-na*lm«ow > — C.C^Boyeet 18th Ann«Bept*Bar.Sth*for 1896-97 * Part 2: 

p. 782, 1899 Tpubl 1901] . 
5enahnow> — I1)id: p. 960. ^ 





Le.'wa.-Vvv*<^vv 



Lenaiuaon 



lenahuon. One of the tribes formerly 
occupying "the country from Buena 
Vista and Carises lakes and Kern r. to the 
Sierra Nevada and Coast range," Cal. 
(Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853). By treaty 
of June 10, i851, these tribes reserved a 
tract between Tejon pass and Kern r., 
and ceded the remainder of their lands 
to the United States. Kroeber suggests 
that the name is perhaps intended for 
Sanahuon, Spanish orthography of San- 
akhwin, a Yokuts and perhaps other 
Indian corruption of San Joaquin or a 
similar Spanish geographical term. 

Lenahuon.- Barbour, op. cit. Senahuow.— Royce 
in 18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1,?./^^/, 1907 



L ena-hu on 

Tribe signing treaty at &emf 
Calif., June 10. 1851. 




Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4 



Tejon Pass 



Special Session, p 256, 1853 




"DvxaXju* 



1/^. 



V, 




£>vX>^A^ 



^»^^ sSL^ ^ev\^oc^K 



K- 0\A4 



Sohonnt. Mentioned ibRr Ro(yce (l^h 
Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899^ together with a 
number of other tribes, aajceding all their 
lands except a strip bet|ween Tejon pass 
and Kern r. , Cal. Theyknay have been 
Yokuts (Mariposan ) , Qhumashan, or 
Shoshonean, but are not identified. 



4 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. ^/v7, 1910 



Sla^ C^K^Ci- -e^ >\.o<a\<- 



\.f 



(ciW^l 



T-^J.*::fcJw,3, \i,2_\,\^£jL-+ £*.^.-cfc^hJL^^ ^ 



So-ho-ant > — 



Sohomit* 



C.C.Boyve: I8th Ann.He 

p.782, 
IMdx p*961* 



Bxur.Sth.for 1896 
1899 [pabl.1901] 



-97. Part 2; 



SuxClW<^.Vvo.Wvx.-\:s.CiUV^v;^cW,^WoU^\vcoV 



Tocia 



\ 



\ 



Sau^ aSU^^ "V V H «. 



•^ 



an tribe, one of sev- 



Tocia. A Chumashan 
eral formerly occupying the country from 
Buena Vista and Carises lakes and Kern 
r to the Sierra Nevada and Coast range, 
Cal. By treaty of June 10, 1851, these 
tribes, which had been reduced through 
conflict with the Spaniards and with 
neighboring Indians, reserved a tract be- 
tween Tejon pass and Kern r., and ceded 
the remainder of their lands to the United 
States. See Barbour in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 
32d Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. ^ 1^ 



Handbook Am- Indians 
Pt. 2, p. 77^t 1910 



ITocia^ 










Tribe signing tveapj at O^iip roygifor F , Smith, Tejon Pas 
Calif., June 10, 1851. Barbour.;, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, 

Special Session, p 25G, 1853. 



To-ci-a, 



* Toe la* 



C.C.Boyoe: 18th AQn*Rept.Bar.Sth»for 1696*97, Part 2: 

p*782« 1899 pabia901 • 
Ibid; p.962. 










Tokve 



,\OfytOus\\ 




a Yoku.t m3rbh "in the Tokye (Giiumash; 

^, ,"— Kroeber, Indian Myths of South Central 

California, Univ^of Calif .Pubs. -Amer.Arch*& Ethn., 
IV, 242, May 1907. 



UWmol : VoKu.^ >vo,/v^^«t ^KviLv^a.sk, ~ Kx^^Uv, H«S.VV.. S^.IU5^. 



Tokva: . "the Tokya (Churna3h)"jd*iiir mentioned by i^,H. '. 
Gaytonr-C-host Dance of .1670 in So. -Central Calif. , p. 62, 
1930. 



^*jc oJL-<kT 



oo\oc 



TofiYO- 



To^vo : Rancheria mentioned once (1801 ) in Book of Bap 
tisms, San Miguel Mission, MS, 17924862. 



See also Tocyou 



/ 



Hclniiuk 



Holmink. One of the tribes formerly 
occupying * * the country from Buena Vista 
and Carises lakes, and Kern r. to the 
Sierra Nevada and Coast range^^ Cal. By 
treaty of June 10,. 1851, these tribes re- 
served a tract between Tejon pass and 
Kern r. and ceded the remainder of their 
land to the United States. Probably of 
Mariposan (Yokuts) or Shoshonean stock. 
Of. Holeclame, Hotkoma. 

Hol-mie-uhs.— Barbour (1852) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 
32d Cong., spec, sess., 256, 1853. Holmiuk.— Royee 
in 18th Rep. B. A. E., 782, 1899._______ 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Ft. 1. p-v^^^, 1007 



•Hol-mie-uhs 



Tribe signing treaty at 

Calif., June 10, 1851. 
Session, p 2dG, 1853. 




Tejon Pass, 
Barbour, Bfiiaate Ex^,Doc. 4, Special 



^JLk. ^ ^ V Wv- u\v . 



Holmiu 



Yoka 



. Holmiu: Pal euvami site in Linns "^.^ll^y^f^Jr^^i^^^^ 
Tnd3>Califr[479 ,map opp. 526. 1925. (Spelt Hulmiu on 

nap.) 



^ 



« 



V 



HolHni-qlc «>- C.C.Boyoe: 18th Ann.Rept.Bur.Sth. for 1896-97. Part 2: 

p.782, 1899 pabl.1901 . 

Holniuk. — Ibid: p«954* 



^_io^aSU-^ HoV-Wv^>wWs. 



UNIVERSITY OFCALIFORflriA 

j DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOG 



1* 





*- 



-Hct,o-^ 



Sj(^_3i^-^Ci-VLO-\o <3uX 







"T^nOLj JcV^^^ (kx^^ -<^/^^ \<aL^ y^-^l».v^^ ^v^^.^<,flLx_^ j^S< [Cx ^^p^ Z^.,^ . ' 



•"NQtonQtooa.— B a n^-^^yoft (after Lewial, Native Ra>?.ftfl, VnT.T, 

'455. 1874. 

-llotonatos-— Bancsroft. Ibid, on map opp, p:522f 1874> 

NQtQnotiOj[ > — Tribe represented on Fresno Be serve.-* Kept* 
Comnir, Indian Affrs. for 1862, p. 559, 1865> 



inotofl , ^> A,5^,T?^y1r>r, Calif. Farmer, June 12,1863 

(after Hept^ Commr* Ind> Affrs for 1862)* 



^-«0l Hc>C>-'\: 






^'to.K 



•Ho-to-no-t6s6 

Tribe from Kings River, Calif., placed on 
Kin^s River Reservations in 1850 and 1851 
Indians of Yosemite, 3d ed., p. 112, 1907. 



Yokut 

Fresno and 
— Galen Clark, 



See also No-ton-o-toes 



Notonto 



Yokut 



Notonto Ist: Hancheria of 300 people visited by Moraga 
in 1606. [ Au.uai ' ei^»l¥ S ot ^lower Kings River J. --Diary 



of P. Pedro teunoz, 1806, Arch. Santa Barbara. Vol. 4 
1806-1821. 

Notonto 2nd : Rancheria' of 100 people visited by Moraga.-- 
Ibid: 



See No-to-no-tos 

See also Notontoes, Noto-notoos, No-to-no-tose.Nutunutu 



A^Wxi: 



♦ 

" ' NQtoov/thas . :__- 

Tribe on King^ River, Calif. 

[^Bancroft, Native Races Pacific States ,. 

iflhoB^ J. Henley in Rapt. Commr.- Indian Affairs for 1854, 



^^ol.l p 363^.1874 




S-AJL Vi0>'Vt>vwAtj0 C^V^M^'^^t^^^^^^'^^^^O 0-M«--cl\.0\M.\MtO MftAoo'-Vv.^^-'^O,. 



Notontos 



Notgntps. — TJtVW. 



Yokut 



L-^a mentioned hy Vallejo as subject- 
to Uhalpinich, chief of Jovima rancheriavwVtt^rM.G. 
Vallejo. Hist, of Calif., 171^7. MS, Bancroft Library, 

1870. 
Not onto . — ?i/Ientioned in list of rancherias visited in 
"BOSTy expedition of April (unknown) or of Sept.-i-Nov. 
.Moraga).— Bancroft, Hist. Calif., II, 5^ft. note, 1885. 

Notontos .— Used in tribal sense by Padre Cabot in 1824 
'ancroft. Hist. Calif., II, 536 ftnote. 1885. 

Notonto : Rancheria mentioned tv/ice in Book of Baptisms, 
San Miguel Mission, MS, 1792-1862. 



See also No-to-no-to, Noo-to6*ni-tah 



Notonatos 



Yokut 



No>tona.to? : Given by Indian Agent Maltby as Kings River 
tribe represented at Tmle River Agency in 1872.— Charles 
Maltby, letter to H.H.Bancroft, Aug. 10,1872. MS Hayes' 
Scrapbooks, Indians of California, Bancroft Library. 



Notonatoa : Tribe on Kings River.— Bancroft, Native Races, 
1, 456, 1874(after Maltby MS) 

Notonto . 



See Noo-too-n&-tah 



esmies 



.q>^KV 



■j^-^ 



V. 



^Va^-OL'Vx 



Not(^t9irmes > - Villa£:e visited by Fray Narciso Duran in May| 
1817. Having left the principal stream of Sacramento R. S 
passed tlTroi:igh "a very broad canyon to the S h SE, leaaing 
to the San Joaquin River", Duran started to ascend m^ 

San Joaquin at 6 in the evening, & at 8 in the morning he 
"drew near the village of the Passasimas > During the 

v^nrfV.-f' rrra y^odcsc^A rtr» niTT riVVcK th A villaj?© of the Notot 9111186 



who have already become f^hristians at San Jose; they used 
to live almost in the center of the tule rqgion^ On our 
left we passed the Tauquimnes h Yatchicomnes; the said 

Pas s as imas live on that side, with the Muquelemnes. a littl 
to the IIB of them". -Diarv of Fray llarciso DurantExpd.. 
m Sacramento & San Joaquin rivers, 1817: Pubs. Acad. Pacir. 

oast Hist. Vol. 2, Ho. 5, p. 345, Dec. 1911* 

NoVotoKvLi I Nototomne, Nototom? QSLfiX. 

Card 2 

Nototemn 






lived Dreviouslv "almost in the*" center of the tule 
region^. On Scnenck's map located about 14 rni. N W 
Stockton and about 18 mi. N Bethany. —W. Egbert 
Schenck, Aboriginal Groups of California Delta Region 
[Univ. Calif. Pubs. J, p. 129, map p. 133, Nov. 13, 1926. 





ranao/Missio 
fror/ this 
etioa 



spellings in San Jcse Mission Eegister ( 14 Indians;: 
' Nototomne 4 times; •NotdtOTne 7; •Nototwnfs'.— Lista 
Alfabetica de Neof itos LSan Jose Mission, erroneous- 
ly Labeled Mision San Fernando] Original MS, Bancroft 
Library* 



Nototomne : Rancheria mentioned 
Josd* Mission (97 Indians^ 

NochoGhomne. —Mis ion de «an 

Bautismos. MS , 1797-1830 . 



in Book of Baptisms. San 

Spellings : Noto|:Qmne ^ 
Jose, Libro prime ro de 



Jack 



f] 



NLo^SAMi a-~^ AS^*.^vjo4v "^m: — To t^.OLXM.'W >^S^^_ ^^stpsJUx 



? 



-T( 



bLJl5^\^. 



^ijAA-w^X 




^lirttft 



C-Vvv.vx.^^ 



/ 



/ 



*Ko-tov/-too 



■N -"t o'- Vv el -t (^_ 



NoWvv^ 



Tribe signing treaty at Camp Belt, Kings Rir^er, Calif., 
May 13, 1851. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session 



p 254, 1853. 













^*X HcV^iO vsAVokS*^ H«> Ao^VtAo V ^o^^Qo'-'wV.^ 0- 






-tPatf-ai-tl 



mm^M 






Jo-ki: 




Tribe at Kingston , Kings river, Calif. (t>ov4.va,4*a^U<3M^-'t^ 
Powers, Tribes of Calif, p 370, 1877. 



' Sotoanaiti ; "Notoanaiti (on the lalce).*^ — Powell. Linguist! 

Farailiea, p. 91, 1891. [Tribe of Mar iposan family.] 



^Ax "H t) -\ '- vv fit ^'\: olV\ 



' ¥ 



'^^-\:c^-w^V 



oos 



\ 




^^HV" 



PV227ioD2, ' (In viciniuA^ oi ivii\^^ 



^^WwV 



S^iJ^ Vio>\o^v.(i^Vo^, VIooAoo-wo.-V(kVv. 



^ 



No- to- no- 1 08 



[Card 2] 



I tri 



Yokut 




J> 



NQ»to-no-^oa : Reported as one of 6Tr^5es>^5 

a-oha^hets . I-tech"e» >. Cho-e-niin-nis . Cho-ki-me- 







e-mal- 



nas. No-to*no-to8 .& _ 

ir'aa-qual and signing trea 
nia, May 10^ 1851, 



es) under X. Q'F^nd 
eaty.'p-Daily Alta 



nd Chier 



Caliror- 



Ho- to- no- tos ; "Martin, of the No-to-no>to8 on King8' river* 

to be principal chief of tribes, between Kings and Kaweah 
rivers and Tulare Lake and the Sierra, who si^ed treaty 
at Camp Belt on Kir®9 River, May 13. 1851.— Daily Alta 
California, May 29, 1851. 

No -To No -TosV^.^i'ribes "peculiar to this section of 



CallTornia, ^ — Clovis Independent, Mar, 7, 1929. 



^ No-to-no-tos : Jc Xri be >an v ic ini fcy of Clovis^— Fresno 

Republican, Mar. 2, 1929. 



•llo-ton-o-toes 




Nt^Wir 



Tribe signing treaty on San Joaquin river, Calif., April 
29, 1855. Barbour, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, 

p 252, 1853. 



A 



%^ UftO-'too'-JVvo^^'toLW 



Me-^c-wo-to L ftJLto- 



^i^»^i*^ 








s. -»-•#•• 






^A 




u 













'No-ton-no-tos 




"ribe in southern part of San Joaquin valley, Calif. , in 
1851.— jS^^faW: Sen. Ex. Doc. 61, 32d Cong., 1st Sess.,p. 



23, 1852. 



^^«^^^>vo^& I H^^^v^ftVj K»V»>>,%\es t^j|U« 



^ .- "S^'^. 







.Nftv. »o,lS6o. 



0^ 

'^ohes) 
Alta Ualif • , 









[p\)eT 



V \\:!:-\ 




M 



_^_^V^^vJmLcVw 




^cU^ 






^^i^ Vio^-'^oo'-'Wa.-VoLW 



Notontoea 



Yokutan 



*^^^ii?i?^^HhH^ ^l ^i^t^-.McLean in 1863 as one of 
several tribes on the Lakes", numberinc? 500, Manuel 

Tni V ?9 iM*"mq®^5,'.%?^^ to Usii. H.ff.Wesse lls, ■ " 
Ezhl^i' ' ^^ ^^^ Division. War Dept.t'No. 



See Noo-tocKna-tah 
See .-ilso Notonotos, 



No- t on- 0- toes, Noto-notoos 



NoxO'V\XC^X& ^^^^^^--^^^^ W MQ^&\c\:t>g>& - \\^>-\:o-'rvt> Ao 






^^u^ Vlo^O'vv.'ico, KUo'Voo'*'Vv.i^'\:o^.»^. 



•Uo\ 



OVtOTCOS 



.V 




NoWi^i 




J^k»^ o u^i^f ^ 1 ?l£X-^^^ I"?^^ 



W6i:.-F ^ . 




^ «C*Boyo o i Xeth ^Ama 




for 1896 
p. 782, 1899 pabl.1901 




Hotonoto >— Ibid; p*957 



Ho-to-noto > — Ibid: p.822. 




\^ 0^- cfto-'w.a. 



'^(kVv 



See also Soloutos ( tvpog:> error) . No-tor>o-toes 






\T\^aV.^V 



Cl A,?r\ f>^ 



X>.iL/vvi^^ **-jAk*JUuuo 



"V^ He^ikeKo^'vu., 



hi 



/ 




' Moal~kai :/ A 



LuD i yuma /a t 
Bo-~ar-ka- 



a 




Bo-al-ka-ah Porno 

lear Lake tribe or band in council at Camp 
Clear Lake, Cal|^. ,Aiip. 18, 1851. Obviously the 
of the west side of Clear Lake. 



Mo~al-kai 4n 18 Calif. Trea ties, 1852;3enate reprint, 
4,53,56,1905. 

Moal-kai McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special 3ession,p 136,18. 

Moal-kai Gibbs(in. 1852) .Schoolcraft, 111,109,1853. 

Nobo^ ral Barrett thinks "the people of this village" 
I ngbo' ral on Scott Cr.Ej miles NRW of Lakeport] may be 
the ones referred to by Gibbs as Moal-kai ipy McKee as 
Moal-kai : and by Slocum,Bowen & Ocas Boil-ka-ya .— Bo-n^Lt 
Ethno. -Geo g. Porno, 156, 1908. 

Mo-al-kai C.C.Royce: 18th Ann.Eept.Bur.Eth.for 1896-97, 
Part^2r"p. 784, 1899Cpubl. 1901]. 

Moalkai ^Ibid: p. 956. 

See Bo-ar ka-ah ; see also Boil-ka-ya . 



. .3M ' 



MSal -kai 



Han- nah-bah 



ch 



T 



O'VvvO OcV\. 



Clear Lake (Lake Co., Calif. ) tribe mentioned by Gibbs 
1852.— Schoolcraft, III, 109, 1853. 

Moalkai .— Bancr^ Native Races, I, 451, 1874. One of 
6 tribes whose collective name was Hat3obatin. 

^'^^H^J^AV- ^ff^®^.®?' Hdbook.. Indians Calif . , 231, 1925 
written Moal-kai-pomo m Index, p. 984. 



m 



See also Moalkai , nobofal, 




. \ 



\ 



\ 



c 



Pomoan 



Shigom. A Porno village just n. of 
what is known as Morrison's Landing, on 
the E. shore of Clear lake, Lake co. , Cal. 
The present village stands about i m. n. 
of the old village of the same name, to 
which Gibbs attributed a population of 
91 in 1851. It is now occupied by not 
more than a dozen people A^/ (s. a. b.) 

Ohe-com.— McKee (1851) in Sen. Ex. Doc. 4, 32d 
Cong., spec, sess., 136, 1853. Cigom.— Barrett 
in Univ. Cal. Pub. in Am. Archaeol. and Ethnol., 
VI, no. 1, map, 1908 (c^sh). She-kom.— Gibbs 
(1851) in Schoolcraft, Ind. Tribes, iii, 109, 1853. 

SWrom.— S. A. Barrett, inf'n, 1907. 

" — — __^__ — .___^ _ — _^ — — — -<»»^— 1» 



Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, P.0Y7, 1910 



Shigom 



Pomoan 




:. On the east, side of main Clear Lake.4nCroeber.Hand- 
te£ Indians trf Calif^l92"'-^~^"^"^ ^ 




"\ 



See She-kum 
See also cip;om.,Che 



- com , She-gum- bajShe-kom.^ 'j « { 



She-, 



[^ba (me aning to^vn built across lake ) 

^^icross .. lake from LakeDport ,Lake Co. Calif, 
ere Morrison lives') Fomerly niombered 160. 



Toifvv 







gfo 



Palmer's History of llapa &Lake Cour.tie 



^- f 



Siociam Bowen &Co. 



Uoa^o^JU^ 




Calif. Pub. by 
San Francisco (pp3S| 31 ), 1881. 






SKv 



t 



0>A 



>Che-com \%^^<^^^ h\.<i.\.^ 'VywJ 



?0 



>vo 



Tribe m Council at Camp Lupiyuma, near Clear Lake, Calif. 

Aug. i8, 185^^x^ ^i\^^^^^-«^^^-^ A3^^ 

McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 136, 1853. 



SjlX oJL.^ S>\v<2.-Wo'Vv^v SV^-QU^\vv-VoL,^Ke'-aOVv^^W'<^«Pv.C,'v-9o>v^\^ 



wmumm. iM Kl— >^i 1 ' 



Seno 




t\ 



UVtT) 



asVi 



ar) 



cO 




; Rancheria mentioned 
ision de Santa Barbara, 



in Libro 
MS, 1786 



de Bautismos, 
1825. 



See S 




^^_«. '(vUoW . 




X 



How-kob-mah 



Ham-fo 



• How-koo-malTi; 



f V^ o>»<*"^ oe ^vkoX 



Pomoai^ 



)^ ^ Kur Ian- nap- po name for Sulphur Bank 
n of 'iiOwer Lake tribe, claiming both si 



divisSpn of 'Lower Lake tribe, claiming both aides 
of East Bayi with principal rancheria fonnerly on 
El-lem Island.-- " 



r* 



See El-lem-fo 
See also kaugumj 

How-ku-ma 



Cow-goo-mah Haukoma, Xaukumaiina 



K 



'YvvjOl 



'Hairhfo 



O^vvCL. 







•Haj^i^a.— Bancroft, Native Races, 1,-451, 1874^^^^*^*-^^^^ 






Hjowtama ^— C.C.Boyoe: 18th Aim .Kept • Bur •Sth. for 1896-97: Part 2: 

e^*:i^ t>- 7/*>954, 1899 fpabl. 190l1 • 

Royce erroneously;^ refers Howkuma to Holciama^ 



See El-lem-fo 

^JcX o^SU-^ V< 0\M-^ '^V^^'V>^<^,^^^"QL co- 
rf ©"W-Koo ->yi olK ^l4a.\>^.Uo-moL 



Vv^V-OwV" 0^-aoo-'Vvv0L,Ka.u4\A.'vvv.a,. 



Kajri^ f 




How-.g;oo-n i- e- nah 

k r ' 

■ How-fcoo^rrii-'e-nah: Yqkiah Fomo name for the £1 - 1 em- f o . 
one of the tHVee division of the ^ Ilam^fo . The El- 
1 em- f formerly lived on El-lem ^ Island at east end 
of Sulphur Bank Bay of Clear Lake. Their present 
village is on a point of the mainland east of the 
island, — cmu*^ 

'How^Rgo-mi-e-nah or Kow^goo-mi- er nah : Name used by 
Clear Lake Pome ( Han-nah*bah^^^) for El>lem^fo^ — c^iu*. 



See El-lem-fo 

See also Kow-koo-mah,Kah-oo-cr,oo-mti»^^^^S^^^ 



•How-ru-ma 




ToYyv O 



at Camp Lupiyuma, ne 

CJLjaL;^ Lojlo^ aJC*IXj^ aa. axX/vs^ 



Clear Lake, Calif 



McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 136, 1853. 



ONN-WvA^-VvOc A>M QaJ»A>-4 







See El-lem^fo 



f ^ -* 



^LJUL cJU>^ \^0\M-W-V/vO^^^ONM-t\0^->>M3LVv\^O^V.'-00~fto^j^^ 



Holowiohniu 



Wakichi 



Yokut 



. Holowichniu: Wakichi site near Millerton. — Kroeber, Hdbk 
.Ind3.Calif.. 484. 1925. 



a 



(^^^ 



^Z( 



Ho^ 16^ kome 



\Ni-h. 



Wintun 



Old village of "Southerly dialect^ indef • located on 




E bank of t TVi'Kf.lAM ^reek, prob* about 2 1/2 mi« 
above confluence of "^ Dag ^ ij ^^ ^nd Cache creeks* 



4 w- V 



% HJth. 



Barrett, Univ* Calif. Pub8»,^vo 



i. 



6, 295, Feb. 1908 



/ 



Vmjl' 





VMxk 









^ 




'VlA-ft. 



f Uoj-^Ia-^ .^.it^J,,.^ 



USXCK.,1l4,ln^Jf-~^\'li\^«H. - "S^ 



A^os^ A^^.^^::^ aUT^^^^ 



^Jb^UftW^Vv^O^. _..^. 



* v\\e- 3^olWvv a.. ()Le.c 



^ O V V'VJkSi^AKi 



\"\os. - 




T 



0\VL 







S-suc fl^^Ujb- rK^'-c^OLWcu.-Y^Q,. 







To^ 











Tribe m council at Uamp Lupi^ooma ,near uiear i.aKe 

Aug, 18] 1851 . H^v^ j(^ A:J15U JLdbu.vu^ ^^^ 

McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 4, Special Session, p 13^, 1853. 



ll0%c 



Medanaree^ — Ibid: p*956* 



18th Aon.Bept.BTzr.Sth.for 1896-97, Part 2: 

p. 784, 1899 pill>1.1901 • 



^j»5^eiS-<v K'WLoL.W-Vw.O^^^Vc.^^^^^^'VNN-o^-^e.C 






'^^uV^ 



^} 





J^--^ 



/Uo^ 




-aJ^ 



i^ 'Vvnj%^C^;J^)^^ 






ot^":^ ^vA.>.-j^ ki"t\^<^ sC-iisLoHM. ' ^-^ |.joi\.AJU_i^'--Ju-i^^M^^ :&^>cI(m:-xo 



gf.^. K^ /v^ Mv ^W^>wtW-x(Lk 



jbdcMss. ^'v-s^^.X'^/aAs^ 



E e- di^m-me- we- nah . . 

Be«di:ufn-me>we-nah : 'Ku-lan-nap-yo 
rancheria near Kelseyvilie^ 



Pomoan. 



mm 



na/ne for a ^Hab-be nap- 



• "^« 



/ • 



See also bldamiwma 



"R ^ oLolV- ^Vv>^OlY^W 



T 



O'Vwo 



"T/v*lXjjk. 



0^^tvJi«w 



M? 




*Kjuwoo«< 



»^<jb^UfcL 



(.wvOCC^ il ^iJU*,^ UJU) . =aXU.i^l^-P^ 



^^-JirU^5L.<xjJb^ ^ \ °l- wo t It^^. W/vCt=i.^ l^ 'Vwoked ocv ke- <li»^A>xec 



Bedahmareks. --Bancroft, Native Races, I, •451, 1874* 



U^w/^ 






Ghonot 



-jh 



7 




onot: Rancheria 
liTIBSS) in Book 
opy by A.Pinarb, 



^ ' N(oWb 

s 

in the Tular [tule marshes] mentioned 
of Baptisms, San Antonio Mission, MS 
Bancroft Library, 1878* 



/ 



3 



CV> 



OO-'YXU. 



.-t 



^.j«-A^ cxAjSko Cn 



VJ^T^VX 



1 . ev 



OO ->\ U. 



X Q^\\\i.'^^^ 



Chenooks 



Yokut 



Ghenooks: Mentioned as 
ity of Four Creeks. - 
Joaquin Republican) , 



one of at least 12 tribes in vicin- 

Calif . Chronicle (after San 
Dec. 20, 1853, 



See Choo-e-nook 

See also Choinok, Choinoc, Cho-e-nu-co, 



Chu-no^du-che 



Ifikui_ 



-no'du-che: !fi-ibe on lower Kings River "not definitely 
locatedV— Geo. W.Stewart, Yokut Inds of Kaweah Region, 
Sierra Club Bull. . note on map opp,388. 1927* 



N 



'i^tt^. 



<f:k 



U^^i-VC 



"*;^ci.CWv , )^^,^t^<^^*x/^ (^ «4«t » "^ 



"> 



CWu^WVA^Cl^ 



^JU^ C^KviVvXAjt 



I'o k U.1 




Ai(\ 



^1 LJL)^^v^ iU-..x^^ l<:^x..,u^ ^jJDCk) JLfxJU^ ^^ktL'Ko^Oi S^ )4j}v^;^«H.T«.Yt(ili 



M^ 




il.aP|^.|v^ l^_o,T?. \m. 



^Jix oSUj^ ^WoQVvo<rt ^ ^VxVA^'^rvVAwV, 



Chunucucuna 



Chunucucuna : Rancher! a mentioned in Libro primero de 
SautianosV Mieiom de San Luis Obiflpo, MS. 1772-1823 

See Chulucucunach* 






^ oWt 









*• 



Tribe. 



Name loii-Taches-. 



Standard form 



Tribe g 



Village D 



Other □ 



JfcLean^--Hept^---ta--ifo3...-H,ir,.„llesB6i^^^ 



Old-J'iles-Dlvision-iear-Dept., 



Identification and remarks --Tr-ibe-On-the-Tulare..XakcA^...th^ Rn^.^.h^r^ n ^ ^ 



small 



iaie--Tachea-.and--^c»--T4icbea--tog*tb«r--amber«d--«bout--$C^^ 



Ton Taohes 



Ton Taches: Given by Lieut. McLean^aa tribe on the 



Yokutan 



are 



McLean speaks of as Lake Ton T&che Lnow extinoO. The 
Taches and Ton laches toga ther numb - "* ''^"'"^J • '■'^^ 

^ H 369 1§3 01<^Pil« Division. War Dept. . 




See also Sin Tache, Tonatachs, Tunctache 



Tribe-Xokut , 



Name ^lAlame 



Standard form... 



Tribe D 



ViUage (3 



Other □ 



^Qjirce Libro primer o de Bautlsmos^ Mt&lon de_San_Lui s _ 
Obispo, Ms, 17 72>1825 ; __ 



Identification and remarks 



Standard form 



Tribe D 



Tribe-._XokaJ; 



Name .Tulamn e„ 



ViUage 3 



Other □ 



Source ,___Mkgo..Ae....BauM-3mo_a , Mlslon de ^an Mfgiiftl^ }^<^ 



1792-1862 



Identification and remarks 



Tribe.__Yokut 



Name...-T!ila2me 



Standard form 



Tribe n 



ViUage 3 



Other n 



Source 



Llbr o :_ j^rimer q_ de.. Baut ^^^^^ 



Ob i s p o , ^3_f.,.2■ll?.r.l§?A 



Identification and remarks 



Tulamne 



Yokut 



TulamnB : Rancheria mentioned in Libro de Bautismos; Mision 
de San Miguel . 1792-1862. 

See Telame 

Tul amne . Tul ame : Spellings in Libro primero de BautismoB, 
lision cteTarTLuis Obispo, MS' 1773-1823. 

Tulamni: Rancheria mentioned in Regis lier of Santa Ynez 
Mission. MS, 1803-1810 (Book 17, Archives of Parochial 
Church of Santa Barbara) . 


















±JlAJU, 










^^^^^U.-^:^SiZ^^^j^ ^I j ^\a7, 11ft7 . 






*T^^^v^'»^'^s : Buena Vista lake tribe mentioned by Dr. T,T, 
Wat e man in Fresno Republican [Calif.], April 24,1927. 



S'e*. Tu.V.oIW\k(TooAoC'^\»vIvC) 




Card 2 

Tuly ^nt 

. Tulamni (plural Tulalmina ):. Tribe on Buena Vista Lake 
Ranged westerly to vicinit 
were Tulanmiu and Wogitiu, 
^ Ind«» Calif., 478, sap opp. 
Tulamni : A.H.Gayton, Tokuts & Western Mono Pottery- 
making, map p 248. 1929, 



r of McKittriok. VillaaBLa 
which see.— Iroebtr, IWBl 
526. Dttte 47. 



See Toolumni, Too-lor-min 



mi^^0 



Tulamniu 



Yokut 



Tulamniu : Tulamni place name "at some p^int on western or 
northwestern shore [of Buena Vista Lake] where the hill 
came close to the water". Their main settlement.— 
Kroeber. Hdbk. Irris.Calif. ,478, 1925. 



TLLU>t.VwYv^ U. - 




4- W>^4^u-* 




« 









St 




VtC»as.U«^i Ui-^ fe«-.*w*»ji ju 




>«-«-, :t»JL:.^ u.,jj^ 4,A.«a. 



Se ^ Too AoU^ -Vwl-V^C ^^-lol^V^V^^ f 

See also Tulamni 



Tribe-Yokut 



Name. !?}Aiamniu 



Standard iorm.^.l^L^m%3.. 



Tribe D 



Village 



Other n 



Source -.iroebex.,..„Mndfeo.Qk^^^^^ 



1925 



ification and remarks TuLamni... TdI a C 6^^^^^^ 



Identification 



we 



stern or morthwestem shore of Buena Vista Lake where 



the hills come close t o the water, Their ma in settle- 



m e nt • 



Name 



Tulamni 



Standard form 



Tribe n 



Tribe . 




Village H 



Other n 



Source -.g-QgJ-S'^Q^ of Santa Ynez Mi 3_3_lQ_n^-Mja^....iaQ-5 -1.810.^ 

Book 17 y Archives of ParQ_c_hlal___Ciiur.gh^..Qf...S.aiit.a..J5.arbar.a^ 

Identification and remarks 



Wintoon 



Winton (Error for Wintoon) '^^ _ 

» Winton ; L. A.Dorrington, Indian agent. Mention only. — 
Chi CO [Calif^ Enterprise, March 9,1927. 



See Wintoon 



OVl 



\Kl\vl 



DOTL 









flUAM>» 



Xu/^ \)-itASjLU A.^^dA:)i:)biA^.AxA^•JJL ^tKA*i2w cl<»^:^?w- ^tjjXJtos^ 4^^ 3^"^*^^ • *'"~^ iMM^^.x^j::h^ 



JU^ 



f . S^3\) *. 



^ 



^^%3bbikA/^**-vJ^ ^ixjdiJL 



\^'\)^'Vt\.V«VO C-WS , '♦^ "RmK/^W tUi-skK- ^ JUxA/wcArw •! ^*j%±fcft/vvAM-V^ ^IkajJL 












'vd^ 



iJ^iirt^fu*:-; 




i*^ 



>S a <igM«^ 1 ^' 










NMln 







To vtv 



V-wju^ 




NN\\\\ 



06W 



ijuJOxM A>^€*— * u:^mi--<J^*«4iJl V*-tu*j,ii,is-^,aMj.lm 



'JTIBTOOir 



V/IHTOOK 



See also CQPEHAM yXMlvVvi^vy^ 



-\M\\>3:&0VL 




\=:(Ky\rJiA/JKJJLJL<f P^<>i^»^ ^fctaCfcu, "Wo^ . 










^•<*t^^V>^j^ Mo\VYXOg-^ (»^^Htu/'g»4<.)j 



J^\/K. 



TeVva-'VwQ^ C ^-«-^iiJU>w^'tu^*^^ ) "V 




IrWv U;^3ijfc6vj ; Tflcfc Ween ( *^ 

















Wvu^\ 



00 











WH«). 





-^^5UA,j-^i^jT^ 






JVA/v^ *X f*^frHjU/V 














Wintoon 



* Win toop: 
ooche 
lar and 
Journ. ; 



In speakir^ of their 
says the word *Wintoo 
plural, but calls the 
p, 49,. Sept. 17, 1928 



eoyle . Chief Charley 
13 correct in both singu- 
tribe •Wintoon' . —Calif; 



'^VVvt 



ft-a--.^^.^, \^iX^ Ip.,.^^, lit, -6 VOi'i 'II, (^^j,- (eJUt^ 



8i.V*t*A..JL S^.W,J*«£,.^^ 



^ 



^■^^^'-'^ I HWJl. 5.oa:is'^l*.dU( SU-mVM-SvJUu. 



640 



•» 




or ' 

l^Qte: Bledsoe's 

. card) was taken 
Vjlov. 11, 1854. 




JO—-' History of Humboldt Co. , 
assart, Humboldt Time8,Nov.31^\l5n 

infoimation Ccopied on reverse side of 
from G. W. Taggart in Humboldt Ti«^, 




f« 



oon 



intoone ' 

Wintoone : Alfred C. Gillis in Calif. Indian Herald, 
p.lO,Peb. 1924. 

: Sadye M. Hagemen in Calif. Indian Herald, p.4, 

uly 1923. 




r-. 



NMlw\.\jL.w^ ?>^^ N|\lV\v^\i c^n' 


• 










m 


• 


• 


. 


^ -. ^ ^ --.,...-,.,. 


• 


. 


• 
• 




• 


,. . ' -> , .... ■'■' 


• 


9 






• 
• 



WIHTUN 



Wintoo n 



'' Wihtim family *' >-An^r. Nat. 7ol.l6,No>9, 749. Sept- 1882 
(Ihstracl of ftatschet's Indian Languages of the Pacific 
Statesi-Mag. Aner.Hist., April 1882 J • 
[ Note : datschet's Ind.Larg.Pacific does not use tern 

•Wmun Family! ] 



'intun: Given by Oatschet as linguistic ^family with^many 
"aialects over'a wide area west of Sacramento River 
from its mouth to Shasta Butte.— A. S.Gatschet, Klamath 
Indians, Contr. N. Amer. Eth.,Vol.2, Pt. 1, p. xlvi, 
1890. 



-i^ 



jEinriutt 



JHnto 



Wintun - — Tribes occupying the whole of the 
Iraigpnto and Upper Trinity Rirers. Oalif. 



Uppdi^ 

Powers^ Tribes of Calif., 229. 




/ 




Gatsehatt 40 yocabularies. Archeology Wheeler 
418-419,424-465,484 [Tocab. by Loew, na.»], 

^Uatim: Population in 1910, 399 (395 in California and 4 

in Nevada ).7-Dixon, Census of 1910: Indian Population, 
p. 18, published June 26, 1913. 

Folkwayo 





^^G, 330, M 




See Win-toon, Wintu 




Win- tun 



Wintoon 



.Win tun: Mention only.— Isabel T. Kelly, Univ. Calif., 
Yuki Basketry, 422 and 433, 1930. 

.^; Jolian 3tMud. Ind. TiibM 3t«ioi« lat. Fttt 
BipoR. Mat. Park Stnrict. 1936. 9.3; 



Ifintii^ 



Wintu.— J.W.Powell. Notice of J 
Hept.Bur.Eth. for 1885-86: 



^ Wlnto on 

Curtin'8 Tocabularyi 7th Ann, 
XXX, 1891. 



^Lui_ gSIuo UJ 0^^^^ 




lintoon 



' Dow^num Win toon : 
tne Cottonwood 



Name applied by 
Wintoon, — Calir. 



r'^- 



McCloud River Wintoon to 
Jounu ,p*58, Oct.8, 1928 



^ 



See also: 




-^^•i^* 



Wintun 








Mntoon proper 



intoon 



' Dow-pok-ke : Village on east side McCloud Rirer about 
opposite Baird Hotel.— Told me by McCloud Hiver lintoon. 




/ 



•Dow-pok-ke-kan 




^9 




-ke-kan: Village on west 
Baird Hotel and ju?t above it. 
McCloud River Wintoon. 



Mntoon 

side McCloud River at 
—Told me by 









^Ml^VooYL 




^^ aSU^ 1:^ 0^\A.P VlVVX . 




' Daupom 



^lUtPOOH 



■r— 



Daupom * — P owe 1 1 . Lin^istlc ramilies, p. 70, 1891. [One of the V>lmV j 

tribes of Copehan faraily.l 



See also Daupom Wintmi , ^avj^w-v^jl^ovM 



\ 




Daupom Wint un 



Wini6on 

^anpoin Wintiiii (*^sloping-ground Win- 
tun'). A Wintun tribe formerly living 
in Cottonwood valley, Shasta eo., Cal. 

Cottonwood*.— Powers in Cont. N. A. EthnoL, in. 
230, 1877. Dau-pum Wintun.— Ibid. VaUey In^ 
dians.— Ibid. Waikemi.— Kroeber, infn, 1903 
(Yuki name of Cottonwood Greek Wintun; prob- 
ably the same) . 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 1, p. ^^x, 1907 




OL\M-v twv S^^PO"^ • PQ^'^^ Wintoon 



Dau-piom Win-tun ( Valley Indians )^fe<.l>ftvKfyu,vv. 



mn- 




Tribe on Cottonwood Creek, Tehama Co,, Calif. 
Powers, Tribes of Calif,, p 230, 1877, 



Ci»i^X5:;^^o»^.^VA(lvvVoo'K. ^Ls^Xa^Jl ^ona( - wu.v^ U^ »gi[ V»^J;^>bgo^ ^S^^^JL^ |U.oo«tWeJ^«^ 



o-C-'^Ato'* -^3* c'Va— « 



Lfci»«nr^ . 






^t\WjpjCVvv . 



■ J I ij^ I I J— ' --» JLA-*- ^mi0%^0m ^ »»v 




















Vo<IL 



tJS«. 







r 



K-te 








k.^v>J>. - 




t(U*Jlo^.- »r'»«-^'v-w. 






00 




•Q-«-^ YoosY^oaWs * 






>A\w\ 



OOVy. 




\\u^w'?iA.\Yv [Wvoiv 



— I 



• 



Sq.9-H^xV^oVv.. 



; 




or ♦llor-rel-mok) 



/ 



Win-t oaK 



Tribe on Hay Fork as far dov/n as^(High Hil]^, TrinityCo., 
Calif,- Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 231, 1877. 




M 



Y>wocs V^ TVv^ev^e;i-m4,>*' A^^iiUeM^ 



S*>- H^^'^ x-i.V'Wvv^W 



f 



/ 



Sju^4iJLm»- UoXVA^ott 4U^tX^'^^*^\^^^xt.Vv^oW ,Vloxi/V*WvuJ[C 



WftrlonnV 




NorHaaiilT! Wintu name (in language of tribe on Trinity 
River near Lewiston) for related tribe beyond inderson 



CM^v^ 



T^^r 



Norrauk 



Normuk ( ' southern '). A Wintun tribe 

formerly living on Hay fork of Trinity 

r., Trinity co., Cal. They were the most 

southerly Wintun tribe of the Trinity 

group, hence their name. See Kasha- 

hara. 

Noobimucks.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. 
Normoc— Powers in Overland Mo., ix, 499, 1872. 
Nor'-mok.— Powers in Cont. N- A. Ethnol., in, 231, 
1877. Nor-rel-mok.— Ibid. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. /^, 1910 



Wintoon 



^^^ N^vWeV^'f^^^K 



Norelmuk 



WIUTOOU 



No re Imuk * --P owe 1 1 . Linguistic Families, p. 70, 1891. [[One of the 

PftW^^ribes of the Copehan family."] 



See 



» 



Nor-fflok, Nor-rel-oofc* 



Uqy'-^yoL- 



S^e'Hftv^vnftW 




M^l 






l-*^^»^** \X^x»wUOvA_ >A»osjC^'tteov 







SAmJo^^-V JU-^*:^^ ^u>^v*j??8^ 4j^>^>^---* . - l>i3Ui ^. (i^ 



vJUJU 



^^ Vl^WwoW , 




Homee Lacks 6e.Q,H(.WQrL(ls^Ve^^\\^wv\(kkQ 



\Niv>AoftV\. 



Tribe in Tehama Co., Calif.C^^a^^cdaja: 
Bancroft, llative Races Pac ific .States, 
'aylor, Calif. Farmer, Vol. XIII, June 8, 




Vol.1, p442, 1874 
1860 . 



Nome Lackes * — A.S.Taylor, Calif. Farmer, June 12,1863. 



^Ji>^ H \yv <l\ o^WV, V\ OOLVn^ UV Wv .'U V^t, LoAk^.^. 






\Wl'VvVoCiK 



"PjLiJUSASiCXisji^^;^ >Ufv *-^ i-*^\X^^t.^^XU»jJ^^^^^ 




•Bancroft, Native Races, Vol.1, p.451, 1874. __ 



U-OL|^ 



110 




^ 












%<», N<iv«.VV.U,Ho«-V^-W-\i>,V1o-wmX«.Vv 



^Wvvv^A^^ 





\MivA 



^kl:a^Q||^.^^i^^;^Q^,l^>r>^^-^ ^ 






^^■^"^VA/^^^ 






o -I PLC* Up 



^^■l^n- 



fcfe^ 



^>Ayv\^CA-»t±- ^ HiidA^kxA 1^j>^e>^^ VjQl<:«1 >^ 'i:k»^x^ 



\h>^>^>d^XC^ N O Vv\\ qJ 




pLgL>sh>.:^ tt:Wv>A 




z^ 



Tl>>rwiJC 




>1>»wiJL- X mriaft t/il{><^. — )i}jM^. 











i^ft^ Ho'VwVocVv. ^Uo\v^4l\ olWV.V^o'v^^ L»ccU^Q.,'U ouw^- lA-Wy 



ICm^i 




_\l\i\\\^O0t\^ 



- ^Nome lack ie : Five students Sherman Inst- Riverside. Calif. 
" <^The^erraan Bull. Vol. 19, No. 1, Riverside. Calif, 



Sept. 11. 1925. 

Noinellackie : L, A-Dorrington. Indian agent 
— Chi CO [Calif.] Enterprise, March9,1927, 



Mention only^- 



^iU.V\o>Vvl0L\u, MoOlWAocW^WI, No'V^^UW^IL </^ 



■ r Wf^ J ■ 



Nome Lacke > — Designation of Reservation Nome Lacke . 
meaning running \ivater, is also designation of tribe of 
Indians in that section.— San Francisco Weekly Placer 
Times k Transcript, Sept. 30, 1854. . 

Nomelaki. Noamlaki. — Census of 1910: Special Instruction 
to Enumerators relatim to the Enumeration of the Indian 
p. 7. April 15, 1910. 



Q- 



Nome Lax^kees 




oou. 



Mome Lax^keea; Vincent E. Geiger in 1858 reports 

these Indians on Nome Lackee Reserve as number- 
ing 1000.—. 



Kept. Gormnr. Indian Affairs, for.ie58, p.j540, 

1858.- Mess. & Docs., H. R. 35th Cong. 2d Sess. 

Ex. Boc. 2, 1858. ._ __, ^.__ 



Nomelackee; Tribe on Nome Lackee Reservation.— Humboldt 
Times, May 3, 1856; Sacramento Daily Democratic State 
Journal, April 17, 1856« .__. 

Nome Lackee Indianp ; Mentioned in Red Bluff Semi-weekly 
Independent, May 6, 1862. ^ 



4^^ Vio''Vw-W-OU-V.OL ( 



'H(»<v^lo^Wl 



V 



XMvvttoo 



H'JiA^ cJU|^ Ix^-Ia;^ P^--.v^^ (>(>. (i^ . tJo^...,J^ c^^ 



\\ 



^, IJoo.^ l^U-. * 



^^^s(A^fo*-** 



^ 




^iX^^l^^^ | ?Qo,:e.u ^s-i?,^Qx, l?(?Q 



^omelaki : "A somev/hat vague subgroup of the T/intun, 
including mainly those members oi the Wintun, v/hich have 
been located for many years on the Round Valley Reserva- 
tion. The number enumerated in 1910 was 125, of which 
122 were in California and 3 in Pennsylvania."^ — Dixon; 
Census of 1910: Indian Population in U.3. & i\laska, p. 

107, 1915. 

Nomel ake : Dixon, Preliminary Bulletin. Census of 1910: 

Indian Population, p. 17, published June 26,1913. 



^^u^ «*SL^ Vi o\v>.\ »^W\ , \\ Q g^'Vw! ~ ^<^^^^ ^^*^ I H«>vna. q. V olclWh 



— / 



HoA^-VoLik-^e bx U oWv-eAoLW^^ 




XlsiiAit 



OOVi 



^vsJX£Jkaok(wsJ^ 











■^■■T 



^aj^ V\o\vJl(k.Kl ^VlooLVvo WWAOv. Uo'Wv.<L\a.Wv , ^if^KLoAVfiK , 



««, 









i> 



\Mv\\'\:oOVv, 



i-aJixaj*^^ VX. u-^-^ w^^^t.3tu.,^ V^vAji . aA^.u<it. la^o.^iw-^m? 



^Jijv cJU^ VioV.Vo^WV ,\Aoo^'Vvv.-^«-^-^^\,^4ftVvcWtV«. ^ 




(li%>^4iv:^u0 



Wintoon 



Tribe extending from Elder Creek southerly 
to Stony Creek and easterly to within ab^it-lb miles^ 
of Sacramento River. Their name for themselTes. Prin- 
cipal settlement in 1920 near Paskenta, southweste^ 
Tenama Cronty; former villfiges, at least 50 in alir^Si>^ 



Old Mc 
did 




(of 
belong 
tal 

=^'C53±fv 




ters Creek 
&lled Pot- 



k^^^' ^'Td\v<ii 






<.ajL*v\'e.>vO'v>^ 



:'(-N^u 



KcNt] 



1*^ 



•Hflmlaki ^r-^ — -— — — r- 

•Hflmlaki: Powell, Linguistic Families, p. 
the Wintu tribes of his Copehan Pamly.J 




70, 1891. [One of 



western Tehama County, who belong 
call themselves Nomlaki, 'western 



l^nTnlflki: "The Indians ot 

to the l(?intun family and ^ 

talk. *"~Journ. AM- Folk-Lore, Vol. 19, p. 144, 12fid. 

The Indians called NomlakJ lived i^/mP^'^* "I '''®vf°^.2°* 
Calif., along upper parts of Elder and Thomes Creeks, in 
vicinity of lowrey. Paskenta, and Henleyrille. largest 
Tillaee known to author was on a confluent of Elder Cr., 
Ifew^miles N of Henleyville. Ordinarily lived perhaps lO 
or 15 miles W of Sacramento R. and 5 or 6 miles B gf 

?;?:' '^^---L.^i„??!?iS'Sti''° l!9i" Sialic!' J^. 



Mr. Washington tells me that the ' 
name N5\n-le-a-kar-"<i<H>^. 




pronounce the 



lio::>!ve^U 



\. ».- 



"^nIXa 



i-. 



\N\-w4: 







/^\ 






Noamlaki 



Noamlaki (Ilmawi: 'western dwell- 
ers/— Curtin ) . A Wintun tribe formerly 
living on Long, Thomes, and Elder crs., 
1" th e muuulains and o ftthe edge of tW 
plains in Colusa and Tehama cos., Cal. 

?*°"*® |;*<'^»'— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 

J2^' ^S®°it"^*°^d®" — Geiger in Ind. Aff. Rep. 
1859. 438 1860. Numleki.-Curtin. Ilmawi MS. 
yocab., B.A.E., 1889 ('west dwellers': given as 
IlmaariJiame of the Wintun). Tehama a.— Hitt ell. 
Hist. Cal.. I, 731. 1898. Titkainenom.— A. L 
Kroeber, tof n. 1903 (Yuk i name). " ! 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. 7f ,1910 



Wintoon 



• Moam-lak-ki 



V/in-tun 



Tribe on Stony, Thomes, and Elder Creeks, in the . 
mountains and on the edge of the plains, Tehama Co. Calif. 

Powers, Tribes of Calif., 230, 1877. 



S^jsL- Ht>\w.VokkVv^Htk'Vv^< Wc.W^<^, Hov/^UolWv, * ^ 















^ 



§>-<iJL \M\V^\\v\w6CL,\M\W^'W'VwoW 





SkoL^'trOL'Vv 



W-.Vjx-.-^^-^^'V^. a^.^vxi^. \^\d, Awi-L.^^ Uii((L|bto^i^Ax^ 






J\AAx>>Sw 






k«iMMaHMt " 






V/ai-ken-mQk-^-4--p Qoplo up North -) 



SkocsioiX 




Tribe on Upper Trinity , reaching up to Scott Mountain^ 



Calif. 



Powers, Tribes of Calif., p 230, 1877. 



Soix. \NKl W^'Vvw^vKk . 













^AX >MV-V.e'K-'Vv\wW 







• Waikenmuk 



SVuxsW^ 



Waikeiifnuk (said 
is down north* ) • 



to mean 'people up north,' or 'what 
A Wintun tribe forme rl}^ living on 



upper Trinity r., Trinity co., Cal., their territory 
extending to Scott mtn. 

Wai -ken^mok . « »Powe r s in Gont. N. A. Ethnol., Ill, 
250, 1677. Wi Kain Mocs . --Powers in Overland Mo., 

XII, 531, 18 74 . Handbook Am. Indians 

Pt. 1, p. gj^, 1907 

Wa ilce pmuk .^ V ow6 1 1 . Linguistic ^unilies, p. 70, 1891. [One of the 

SuSttfr^tribes of Copehan family .J 



( 



^<x. \M\^W<.w^'VwtfW >Rvi-~oc-v^^g3<4 jWv WwTfWocs 



• \MoCvV^\VVv\AxV 



_ SVlolStOjv 






XuU;^^ ^ fe-^ . e^. V^---^ N A 






.-•» 




ghflste 



ghflflt^n 



ir,! JT-HntniiiL . Wiiitu name (in language of tribe on Trinity 
River near Lewi s ton ) for Shaste tribe north of Trinity 
Center. - 



See also ffaikenmok, ffaikenmuk, Wikainmoc, Wi-Kain Moc, 
Wi-ken-mok 



[\Rju::fcLN/»^ s^ouiSjd>C\ A|vUX^»^ ^ ^':te;JAix 



^Mv\v\:oo 




^\jUULr*v I^AA^oos^ J (K. AK-JUa^aAj^ -4-^ 






Suu, ^Ivi^tvv^'Kok 



i^^um-mok ( V/estern People ) 

/^ Tribe on Ruin River, a tributary 
Calif. - Pov/ers, Tribes of Cali'f. 




of Cottonv/ood rreek, 
, p 230, 1827' . 



Sl*a. *5Uj^ Hu.vv'VtvD tV.% , Konomuk, 



- A« K-«< •- -r-*^ ««i^>«kv* ««.*.*>^ 



'Nuffltnuk 

N ummuk ( ' western ' ) . A Wintun tribe 
that formerly lived on Kuin r., a tribu- 
tary of Cottonwood r. , Shasta co. , Cal. 

Nommiik.— Powell in 7th Rep. B. A. E., 70, 1891. 
Num'-mok.— Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., in. 230. 
1877. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. ^7, 1910 



Suji_ HxacVv- W o V . 



Wintoon 



<y 



Wailaki 



Xl.Vv-i>>-<ww (K Q^. 





J 



VvioLlVflLkir'v^vaw. 



Ov^ 



NAU-^X-Cvx:^ ^^^5u-, .w^ -JU.^ -^ \N ol\ Vo^ WO JLui 




















f 






^AA>JJ^J^'5*Ui^ 



ijov** 



•NNIm-Iolc -kev 




vVCXJvwo*^ AjUx-^iX^ y^ 



\^^2^ A^ ^y^^' f. C> . ^^sjwj^jis^ ^ ouJL i**! H^vo^ ji. 












0€.-Vw*w 








. ' 



SiixNMi Ae-i-Wct 





NMl U.\ce,i^ U^^v.«-cikc.<LtN*l<«t-cct,ftv*Wc-CA.,\NUU\c-WcL 



5-<^ yvui^AAk^ ^1^4^ 











NMcU^kA- ^»^,^.^AJL ■ Ll^^A-f.-- 




, >«. i?«r( 



Wve-Lackees 





>— Kept. Commr* Ind. Affairs for IbDY.lious* 
Doc« 2, 55th Congress, Ist Sess^ , 681, 1857. 

Wve>Lackees > — 37 on Nome Lackee Reserve in 1862.— Re] 
CoTunr. Ind. Affairs for 1862, p. 359, 1863. 

Wye'Lackees *"* A. S -Taylor, Calif. Parmer^ June 12,1663 
(after Kept. Commr. Indi Affairs for 1862). . 



See Wi-lak-ko 




K\Vo.>P (X.^W0i.V^ 



Uoi^>|3^\-?;5^^ ^o^-^5->,n^c^. (&fJUl>l0u«> Uc^U..^ ttdl . f^/^^, 6t/fl.i^gj 



\K\\ig>\nLc*\<_eP ' 





A/v-^CSaL 



.-|w.mts,t^o.,^\?6^. 



il'u^^ ^vaii... 




^ 






Sa»x\M;ao.w.Wt 



(^-^ w 



UTv. 



WbV 



koAv 



i lye Lakeas- ^ ' 

'Tribe on Clear Lake, Calif! "'5e.^tt,'V<t^^.lK(l.aj^Ys.ns<^,t\n" 
Bancroft, Native Races Pacific States, Vol.1, p451, 1874 




'^^-^ (^ffX^ |v^ 




^J^ Y\ \'- W-V W q^ 



Win to on 



Wyiin 

Wy-in ; Ko-roo name, meaning 'north people' for* tribe on 
^'acramento Kiver from Princeton north to fiunroeville.- 

















K\Wo^v>o^5 Vq^ V 




Lk.o4^^ f- /?rf,i/i,i?(iJ 



^Jo-NK^v'Aq^W-W^l 



-J 






^ox 




iv^louW^ \^ K^Wck^o-^VcKn 

Wirlpr.keea : Tribe residing about 10 or 15 miles northwest 
of Round Valley.~Majori|y & Minority ^^^por^s. Soecial 
Joint Committee [Calif. Legislature] on the Mendi 

„War.. p. 72, 1860. _._ 

^ ;— Louise Truchot. Class History, The Sherma: 

Bulletin, l^Iay 29, 1S19. 

Wv lackle: L. A.Dorrington, Indian agent, iilention only. — 
" Chi CO iCalif.] Enterprise, March 9, 1927. 



cmo 



^Ax N^^A(kV-V<l 



\MuVolWv^s ot> NMi UiW^es 






Ml> L-'t.^^ju..,^ U7? 



tVtVo.V'OLsVvO^K 













• 


• 


• 






* 
















^ „ 




• 


• 


• 






« 


- ■ ' / - ■ ... 
• 


L 






f 



v 




WvlaQkie : Sight students Shennan Inst. Bivere ide, Calif . 

QfKe Sfierman Bull- . Vol- 19. No. 1. Sept. 11, 1925,, 
Riverside, Calif. 






"The Wylacki es„.had nearly reached the head- 
waters of Eel River, having ...displaced a tribe on ^ 
Mad Biver. ..and driven them into the Sacramento Valley. - 
Stephen Powers, Indians of W Nevada & Calif* Ann.Eeport 
Smithsonian Inst* (for 1876) p*458, 1877. 

IjOaekies: T^ention^ ..J. W. Hudson, Porno Basket 
tokers, Overland Monthly, 561, June 1893. 




i ^XAa^vOl 0JL. \N QL\^\flL W>Wv ^ \kX2Jk. SLSi\ ] 



>Nl'V^ootv 



Tribe in Mountains of Trinity Co., Calif.(>^;5ijutT«K/^^.3w 

Bancroft, Native Races Paific States, Yol.I,MH!2.,i:^1H. 
Taylor, Calif. Farmer, Vol.XI II, June8, 1860tjt^^^. 



tf 



^Jix Yiv- WV-W'i 




•NluUt.\cleJ- 




u 



1% 



u 









_:^ A^iM-sXisi^ 



^j^^Nt^A9.WVi>. 



L»^>^^ 




OLS. 



Wv^s t>o.v^4w\Mu\oc<.WU^ 










Slso. ^^^V-Vo^v-\kv 



X 



'Wi Laki 



AWo^yo^s-K 



oc^KO^W. 



WilakT. — G-atsc'het gives "Wi Laki or Wylackies, * Zwolf 
Spraciien, 32, 1876. 



^^Ax>M\\o^V<i- 




=k^ 



H^x\yx.^X\\^ Wwn^COYl 




_, f 



^ Ytf--lak-kah : Name applied by Nom-lak-ke 
the Northern ^Vintoon^ whose territory 
at Cottonwood Creek* 



of Paskenta to 
on the south ends 



o^fjL^ ^ WZ^\oJiik!t^ VU.*A..^_^ 



NH^^V 



Wailaki ( Wintun : * northern language ' ). 
An Athapascan tribe or group of many 
villages formerly on the main Eel r. and 
its N. fork from Kekawaka cr. to within 
a few miles of Round valley, Cal. After 
some fighting with the whites they were 
placed on Round valle^^MS,^Uwhere a 
few of them still reside. D ; Their houses 
were circular. They had ho canoes, but 
crossed streams by weighting themselves 
down with stones while they waded. 
They lived by the river during the wet 
months of the year, when their chief oc- 
cupation was fishing, done at especially 
favorable places by means of nets and 
spears. The summer and fall months 
were spent on the sides and tops of the 
ridges, where the women were able to 
gather the bulbs, seeds, and nuts, and the 
men could unite in deer drives and other 
methods of hunting. They usually buried 

their dead, but burned those who fell in 
battle. They took the whole heads of 
their enemies as trophies, with which 
they W/Cre accustomed to dance. Like 
the Yuki the women have their noses and 
cheeks as well as their chins tattooed. 
Coyote holds the principal place in their 
mythology, where he is represented as 
acting under the direction of his father. 
He secure d for men daylight and^he 



heavenlv bodies, and fire which he^suc- 
ceeded in stealing from their guardians. 
He established the fishing places, and or- 
dained social and other customs. An 
adolescent ceremony was held for the ' 
girls, and most of the boys were trained 
with the candidates for medicine-men, 
who were restricted as to their food, drink, 
and sleep for many days. This training 
took place in the fall under the direction 
of two or more old shamans. Public ex- 
hibitions, consisting in part of dancing, 
were given by the candidates. Large 
conical dance houses were erected occa- 
sionally, and dedicated with ceremonies 
of dancing and singing; such were im- 
portant occasions of mingled social -and 
religious character. (p. e. g. ) 

Kak'-wits.— Powers in Cent. N. A. Ethnol., ni, 124, 
1877 (* northern people * : Yuki name). Kas'-tel- 
Po-mo.— Ibid., 147. Tlaokces.— Taylor in Cal. 
Farmer, Sept. 6, 1862. TJye-Laokea.— Stevenson 
in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1856, 251, 1857. Wailakki.— 
Powers in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., Iii, 114, 1877. 
Wi Lackees.— Powers in Overland Mo., iX 499, 
1872. Wilaoki.— Keane in Stanford, Compend., 465, 
1878. Wi Taokces.— Powers in Overland Mo., ix, 
306,1872. Wi Tackee- Yukas.— Ibid. Wrylaokepi.— 
Maltby in Ind. Aff. Rep., 91, 1866. Wye-Lackeei.— 
Geiger in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1859, 438, 1860. WyU- 
chics.—Maltby in Ind. Aff. Rep., 112, 1865. Wy- 
laokie*.— Hanson in Ind. Aff. Rep. 1863, 93, 1864. 
Wylaki.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, June 8, 1860. 
Ylaokai.— Taylor, ibid., June 22, 1860. 



K'tWc^bOLsW(X1fV 









'^\ 






^S^NNv'Ae^WVv^L 



oJJfteSl 



\W\-W4t 



m.s-i?, 





-iA.oiJ(;s..|*~ lloo^cox;\ioo(V||;^'*pi':w) 



kT. t . ^St^isAjosJ^ 1 A^^v 



\^ot)].^ «5^^ L^Y^^o^^^ "H^.f^ \io^iis-o, n(>i 



Hsir, 57t, \^os. 




!^ Wailaki: 



••Wailaki, see Ylaces '*^ C>C*Royce; l&xh Aim*Rej>t>Bar*Bth« 

1899 fpubl. 19011 • 



for 1896-97, Part 2: '^.963, 

K Wailaki : "A small group or tribe belonging to i;he Kunest 
section of the Pacific Coast division of the stock, Thei 
habitat since earliest traditional times has been in 
southeastern Humboldt and southwestern Trinity Counties, 
Gal. ..The number enumerated in 1910 was 227, of which 217 
were in California." — Dixon, Census of 1910: Indian Popu- 
lation in U.S.& Alaska, pp. 15, 79, 129, 1915; also Dixon, 
Preliminary Punetij:i^Cen8us,9f 1910:I/idian Population, 
T). IS.Publlshed Jvme 26, L913. ...... 







Wai-lak-ki 



AthaT)askan 



Wai-lak-ki: 



f ribe given by Powers as on "western slope of 

the Shasta Mountains, from North Eel River (above Round 
Valley) to Hay Pork; along Eel and Mad Rivers, extending 
down the latter to Low Grap; also on Dobbins and Larrabie 
Creeks;' Powers says Wai-lak-ki is a Wintun name mean-ii^ 
'north tongue', and that their name for themselves is 
- Ken- es- ti . — Powers, Tribes of Calif ., pp. 114,124.1877 

Powers here confuses 3 tribes ofAdifferent linguistic 
stocks — the northern Wintoon o f Shasta region, the 
Wintoon Norrelmuk of Hav i«'orkrand the southern Athapas- 

'"■:-ke of Dobbin ajid Larrabie Creeks.— 




Wailakki: Powell (after Powers), Linguistic Families'^ 

TTCi * B2r ^5 1891 

Spelled^W^aki, Ibid, p. 70. [OVER] 



See also Wailaki, Wi-Lackees , Wi Laki, Wlackies, Ylackee 



.with 

* Wailaki : Mentioned . d/ 

A.S.Gatschet, Klanath 

Vol.2, Pt. 1. p. xlv. 



acneLj^as 

Indians, 
1890. 



two) V Qalif 

napaskan trib ^~ln" 
ontr. N. Amer. iiith. , 



Wai lakki : Tribe on Iteund Valley ReseiTatiom — In 

ept. Coimir- Ind Affairs for 1877, 246., 1877 (spelled 
Wvlackie in same report, 288. 306, 1877) • —Ibid for 

■ 8, 1879 — Ibid for 1880, 228, 1880.— Ibid fo 

1881, 261, 1881.— Ibid for 1882, 302, 1882.— Ibid 
for 1883, 226, 1883.— Ibid for 1884, 256, 1884— 
Land same every year ih off icial list of tribes to 
and including Kept, fo 



r 1899, 530. 1899. 
One k dropped out^in 1900, iRtVivvVcJLWailaki-. Rep t. 
19007 602 ,1900 . ] • - 



for 







VERSO 



Win-ne-mem 



Nomlakke 




Wintoon 



V/in>ne»mem : 

ancient 
El'-toi. 



C>M\ 



Name of present Grindstone Rancheria. The 
Grindstone Rancheria on same site was called 



-4lJuJL ^ >»*^'^**^ 



>v'-'Ke."«.Vve 



\M\.vv\fto 




n 






NMl\do 



OK 



^v><>C5UxJ^ 








TftiiquiTnne 



: Kancheria mentioned in Book of Baptisms, Dan 
Slission (73 Indians). Spellings: Y^ttquiBM^fi-t . 
Taha uime > ls.ua3iiyne.~Mision de San JoseT, Libro primero 
deXunsmos/TIS. 1757.1830* 




iiumi 



jiii. 



tauQ ? 
.Tibet; 



TssTon Kegister.—Lista Alfabetica de Neofitos LSan 
Jose' Mission, erroneously labeled Mision San FernandoJ 
Original MS, Bancroft library. 



/ 



e^\w<x.Y>^ 




Tauqui imies ' Vwg.\M V<>c ^ 

Tauquiimies» — Villaj^e visited by Fray Narciso Duran in 

1817. Having left the principal stream of Sacramento R.& 
passed tliroi;igh "a ver^r broad canyon to the S & SE, leading 
to the San Joaquin River", Duran started to ascend the 
San Joaquin at 6 in the evenir^, & at 8 in the morning he 

"drew near the village of the Passasimas* Duriiqg the ni^.t 
we nassed on our richt the villae:e of the Nototemnes 



have already become Christians at San Jose; they used to 
live almost in the center of the tule region. On our left 
we passed the Tauquimnes & Yatchicomnes ; the said Pass as- 
bnas live on that side, vdth the Ifciaueleimies a little to 
the IE of them". —Diary of Fray Narciso DuranrExpd.on 
Sacra-nento & San Joaquin rivers,1817:Pubs.Acaxi.Pacif . 



Coast Hist. Vol.2,Ho.5,F_.S45, Dec.1911. 
See also Tar^uimenes 



(over) 




: KanchQria mentioned in Book of Baptisms, ;^an 
ission (73 Indians )• Spellings: laiimuaJOfi., . 
-.J. Tauauryne*--'Mision ae San JoseT, Libro primero 
5^smos7»St T797-1830. 

rmiauiisi, Taugui? . Tajigi: Spellings in San Jose 
«.ission l<egister,"Lista Alfabetica de Neofitos Loan 
Jose' Mission, erroneously labeled Mision San FernandoJ 
Original MS, Bancroft Library* 



X 



^ 



Tauquiimies 



Vw^^vmWo 



V 



e.>MOL>VL^ 



iimnes 



-Village visited by Fray llarciso Duran in May 
1817. Having left the principal stream of Sacramento R.& 
passed tlirough "a ven^- broad canyon to the S & SE, leading 
to the San Joaquin River", Duran started to ascend the 
San Joaquin at 6 in the evening, & at 8 in the morning he 

"drew near the village of the Passasimas. Durir^ the ni^.tl 
we passed on our right the village of the Hototemnes who 
have already become Christians at San Jose; they used to 
live almost^ in the center of the tule region. On our left 
we passed the Tauquimiies & Yatchicomiies ; the said Pass as- 
bnas live on that side, with the Ifciauelemnes a little to 
the ^lE of them". —Diary of Fray Narciso DuranrExpd. on 
Sacra-nento & San Joaquin rivers,1817:Pubs.Acaxi.Pacif . 
Coast Hist, Vol.2,lIo.o,p.545, Dec. 1911. ■ ^^^^^j 

See also Tar^iuimenes 



\ 



Tauquimne XTauati im? » Tgt ficjui 



Feri>Sda'r Lista\M.fabefci4a de 

^ '^ / CBancrof 

Spellings in San 




i^t' of 
ophytes 
an 

MS- 



gin Jose Mission Register (Sl^Indians) : 
Tauquiifi«9 times; -Tauguim? . 5 ; -Tauguij 2 ; /Tauai 2— 



sta 



fabetica'de Neofitos [San Jose Mission, erra 
neously labeled Mision San PernandoJ Original MS. 
Bancroft Library. 



5.1 



O-'W- 



k 



Trnjoiiia^S: Group mentioned ^yScheAck (from Pubs. Acad. 
Pari "ic Coast Hist.. Univ. Calif., II, 1?11 alter iiuran 
1817) E of Ian Joaquin River, to Schenck's map located 
S of San Joaquin River 3 of Staten Island. --C^gJ^ert 
Schenck. Aboriginal Groups of Calif. Delta aegion 
[Univ. Ca-lif. Pubs.], p. 134, 13o, map p. 13. 
Nov. 13. 1926. 




igpgi 



rVvjuiuk«Jii«-/^ 



V 



«,W<^'>1 




Expedition under Sergeant Sanchez, 1811, «nt through ^^ 
at head/Oi-^ennan Bl . no r thward into the Sacramento, , 
ing the^iiume rouB Indiams apparently Ig^guimeneff-;^ and 

1&t.Diablo)T.. Padre Abella^s •Diario de \m 
IM.BUIU uo xos RioB Grande a. 16 11^ (M S), in Baiacroft 
Calif., II, 323 ft. note, 18^. TPa?& 




_^ Ty^ 



mi ' n 



T arauimenes ; Group mentioned by ochenck (from Bancroft 
1R85 after Abella 1811). On Schenck's map located between 
-._„ T z^ — ; ^o^-^r^«v>+^ y^^ vf^.TP. nr\ Shennan Island ana 



Aboriginal 'croups of Calif 
Pubs. J, p. loo, 134, map p 




133, Nov. 13, 1926. 



See also 




Tar qy.i9© 8 7^0^^ Oj U ^^nrl1n e. jTau o \j i-rn' 



*Tc 



.c^ul? 



Tarquines (Carquin^s?) 



o^vdl/ TtVrrt^^ 



OVWo'w^a.vc 



On Aug. 17, 1910, Yiader. made' "explorations of the plains 
about the mouths of the great rivers (San Joaquin and 
SacramentoJ in the lands of the Tarquines ( Carquines? ). * 
-Bancroft, Hist. of Calif., II, 56, 1885(cJj^'ic^.,<«Ai/*i^2i^), 

Tarquines : Group mentioned by Schenck (from Bancroft 1885 
— after Viader 1810) on "3 shores of ouisun Bay . On 
• Schenck's map located W of Antioch 3 of 3uisun bay. On 
p. 142 Schenck located Tarquines on Brannan Islana. — 
W. Egbert ochenck, Aboriginal Groups of. Calif, ^elta ^ 
ReFion [Univ. Calif. Pubs.], p. 134, 13o, 136, 140, 142, 
maps p. 133 h 139, Nov. 13, 1^26. 



See also Carguin, Karquines .Tav^^.\w il^v^..^, ^avojo.\^^s 



K V ^Wv 



OlV 



OVwQ^O^Vv 









• Koye^klVc^S (c>X^AKV>Axg,). 









OlVto\N.eok)rv. 



Bancroft quotes this same passage but in this mann^: 
"Korekines ( carquines) ,* — ^Hist. of Calif. , II, 52^ 1885. 



<*JOb^ iCo>r^\\\v^ 



; 







d c^x- OfU-V. w. 1 7a.y"<v^v>x .VUtWus 



over 



Korekines : Mentioned by Schenck (frcm vonKotzebue 1823) 
as "all gone from tne region of the confluence of the 
San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers."— W. ErfDerb Schenck, 
Aboriginal Grouos of Calif. Delta Region LUniv. Calif. 
Pubs. j7 p. 130/ Nov. 13, 1926. 



/ 






H^IL^V^O 









"^t ^ l^ L#c 




7 




^2<AAJtVV, ^VwA^ 




r.VC> 






OLcLOk^ 



l^O^^X- 



^Carquin or ^ Karquines ^ 



la tributary to M iRRJon Bolore 



OVWovc«.oJK 



-Taylor, Calif, Farmer. Oct. 18, 1861^ ^Bancroft, Native 
Races, I, '452, 1874. 



Garquines.— Bancr oft, Hist, of ^'^^ 11 -j^J^J^Ji V*^V^. PPP 

«v^763. 1884. (H ame only, located 



1. 



LlferiA*^ 




CarquineB > - lb id, ^ 445^ -447; ^Carqiiln.— Ibid . 506. 



kKo3rekineB.--Ibid (after Kotzelaiej , II, 52S ft.note, 1885. 



See also Karquines , Targuines.T 'arquiBienes! . Kovfe-VNyy^^ 



Garauin ( Kar-k^n) 




the mouth of "^an Joaquin Riy 
tury Cyclopedia of Nines. 21 



Carquin : Tribe mentioned in Libro primero d#Bauti 

Mision de San Francieco, MS.> 1776-1810* 
See lairauin. 



sno8» 



S>A^VoCk.V-V.?.^Vu , 



^-^ oSk^ ^ 



*-^<yvL\,\v«.i 



{*k o\ » VC v^« ^, ) 



CVvJt*. vv 



Oarfluinez IW 

Garquinez> "It is generally supposed that the Contra 
Costa was originally inhabited by 4 tribes of Indians, 
called Juchivunes . Acalanes > Bolgones . and Carouinez ." 

History of Contra Costa Co. 62, 1882« 
Carquin: Tribe mentioned repeatedly in 

Mission. r- Libros de Mision, San Pranci^oo Solano, 

1824-1837; Original MSS, Bancroft Library. 

Spellings in Sonoma Mission Register (19 Indians): 

SSEa* 5i Kaequin 1; Carquin 2.— 






Sonoma 



Padron de la Mision de San Francisco Solano, Original 
MS. 1824-1833, Bancroft Library. 



See algo Karguines, Karquin, Kaequin, Carquines, Carquin 



'Karauines 



^ ^ ' ■ c . t ^^ (1 t^ « 



Tribe- on Carquinez Straits, Cy,if.(>oLwv.Sji/y>ju^L»^ 




(fSVt 



roft. Native Races Pacific States, Vpl.l, p,363, 1874 



aylor, Calif. Parmer, Vol. XII I, No. 7,^1860. 



•Rancheria tributary to Mission Dolores, San Francisco, 
Calif. --Bancroft, Ibid . '453, 1874/4*. vi Coj^^u^^ . 

Karquin : Tribe mentioned repeatedly in books of Son 

Mission.— Libros de Mision, San Francisco Solano,, 
1824-1837, Original MSS, Bancroft Library 




Spellings in Sonoina Mission Roister U9 Indians): 
Karquin 11 times; Kara. 5; Kaeauin 1; Carquin 2%^^ 



, A 



^ver 



* Karkin 



OV-WoVv^OAv 



'Karkin. A division of the Costanoan 
Indians inhabiting the country s. of 
Carquinez straits, San Francisco bay,Cal., 
the name of the straits being derived from 
that of the Indians. According to Kotze- 
bue they extended e. as far as the mouth 
of San Joaquin r. 

•Carquin.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861. 

• Jarquin. — Ibid. • Karkin. — Arroyo de la Cuesta, 
Idiomas Calif ornias, MS. trans., B. A. E. • Kar- 
quines.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861. «Kore- 
"^ns,— Kotz0ue_,J^jwiVoy. (1823-^ 141, 1830. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
I^- 1, p. ^^y, 1907 



k 



Padron de la Mision de Saji Francisco Solano, Original 
MS, 1824-1833, Bancroft Library 

Karguines : Tribe mentioned repeatedly in Book of Baptiams 
San Krancisoo Mission. Spal lings: larquin, Karquines,^ 



uarqumes , i;arquxn . jaiquxn, 
— litision de San i^'rancisco. L: 



Bau^ismos. MS, 1776-1810. 



Jarquin > Jal 
ro p rimer 



mm 

06 



Ka rquin 
ranc 



LHj Jal quin . Jalquim: - Spell ir^s in Register of San 
icisco Mission, MS Ll822j« 






<gi ii> ni M »» 











*Y,A^^^"-^X<^ Vkn^ ^ *4xjuIs.kJ<^ JU 



4r'ScLcVoLvC\~ii4^:^LA^^^^^^ 










*A^AJo^^ , Clx*A. 





Koor«yMjiV\^^.V.©>ct_Wvvv»,^©-x<y^xvv» «IflLT«yvLV\\ ^T<x^a^vxi> *k. 




TbU*w K«.vWvvcA-c tWiC 



Olhonean 



«ViiiiPM 



^PPj^ffvvuKi ^® ^ distinct language*., 
extends lor 45 or 50 leap:ues from N to 



Karkin # — De Cuesta 6§yT^ "jB^rigin of the language of 
Saji Francisco, San Jose» Santa Clara, Ssmta Cruz, San 
Juan Bautista, San Carlos, and Soledad, as far as the 
Chalone s of this last, but so varied in eaxjh mission 
that ii!i each it a 

S* The Karkin . which signifies to barter, are also 
called Sutsunu* * —Arroyo de la Cuesta, Idiomas Cal- 
if omias, MS, 1821. 

[Ills comment by A.S.Gatschet — "Is clearly Mutsun, 
but differs from all voc. in contributions. It comes 

nearest to Sa. Clara d ialect.* ] 

[Korekins , Tarquine s . Tarquimen es 
See also Carquin, Carquines, Carquinez, Jarkin ,KarquineB] 



-w^ 



* Suysuin 




jO &e - e- 4»o vvxiS^^- v^'Vk 



NN\\\i:ofiV\ > 



'ribe from north of San Francisco Bay^of which members were 
,t San Francisco Mission in 1816.~Chamisso,Kotzebue's 



eise. III, 23/ 1821.iAA3l,tAsjii;^iDsj^A^.U^ 



^J^^aJv 



^0\\.\ g^ VLKS jLoa cLV-^>oo« 



l^iz^t^. 



1874 



Bancroft ( aft er 'Cha misso and .Choris), Native Races, I;463 , 

Q..^.-...^ , A^BaIbl (after Chamiaao) , Atlas Ethnng;ra.plninn(a dn 

^UlSU nj" VIT-T -lOO/? t— ^ C 3 

— A. S -Taylor, 



Suvs' 



amer, June 8, 1860 (after 



Chamisso, quoted in 'Alta Calif.', June 1858). 

Suysun : Tribe mentioned repeatedly in books of Sonoma ' 
Mission. Spelliiqgs in Sonoma Mission Register (Padron de 
la Mision de San Francisco Solano, 1S24-1833): Suysun 
X. 47 times i Sjij:a 11; Sujr 1. Spellii^ in Sonoma Book Qf 
Baptisms " Suisun Nacion" l.^-* Libros de Mision, San ^^^^^t^ 

^jo^oJUv §jk\5va.^^<S>o^^'Soovl., Suisumne, Zuisurane 



•• ^ , 



tpv^v 



?. 



06 e \A/ I-V1 



Suysum- Tamal 



sum-Tamal 



Me. 



K/JCL'-Yl 



% 



in3ica^e Chamisso 's group of Suvsm > Nummli . and 
Tamal tribes.— Adrien Balbi, Atlas JiithnograpHique du 
Griobe. p. xxxv. 1826, 



t ■• 



Francisco Solano, Original MSS, Bancroft Library, 1824- 

1837- 



gmnno 




aBeLi'c 
ich recor 




is tribe 



rnani^o 
'women/ 
Lista 



Spellings in San Jose Mission Register (9 
- Suisumn e 5 times; * Zuisumne 4 times.— Li 



Indians 

^ Lista Alfabetica 

de Neof it08 [San Jose Mission, erroneously labeled Mis- 
sion San PernandoJ Original MS, Bancroft Library. 

Suvsunes ; Tribe under Chief Solano mentioned by Jose 

Fernandez, in Cosas de California, MS, p. 96, Bancroft 
Library, 1876. 

^ — Jose de Jesus Valleio, Roniniscencias Histori- 
cas de California, MS Bancroft Library, laop. 136, 141, 
1874. ^ 

Suv sun . SuYsWies : Tril 



raeit 



iorW by M.NJ. Vaivlejo, MS 



HisKof CaTi^. , I, 9\l 1 , Banc^t Lib^ry, >^5. 




Suvsun 



[Card 2] 
Pooewin- 



jli/intoon 



SuvBun : Given by Salvador Valleio, together with the 
Topaitos . as fonner allies or Zainpay, chief of the 
Yolotox tribe , who assisted in his capture, July 1837.- 

,or Vallejo, Narrative of Ancient Bays in ualif., 
^^i%^M MS Bancroft Library, 1874. (Written Suvsune s . Ibid 



N 



/ 



J 



SuYusuyu 



Poo- e- win 



Wintoon 







*.>, 



QiLWoY veoLrL 



^^ 'Kfet>2^ - ^ ^- "BAv k K-<.Wi.t~VB\ > T»SX "y^^^. 




VVxA^/V^.^iLN/N^i A/»u%,,\A/^/^^^^^vAy>^/v^Kj^ 



T"^ 



2wa. 








^Ax <»^Uj^ CoLWoLVva Y\K-V 



Kq > W vcVjlx vwV . - WW- ko ox-^'v - V oV. Olhonean 

Kakonkaruk ( kakoriy a species of hawk; ka^ locative; 

ruk, 'house*' --Kroe'ber) • A village of the Rumsen, 

a division of the Costanoan fa/nily, formerly at Sur, 
on the coast, 20 m. s. of Monberey, Gal. 

Gakanaruk_,- -Taylor in Gal. Fanner, Apr. 20, 1860. 
Kakontaruk . - -A. L. Kroeber, inf'n, 1906. 

Handbook Am. Indians 

Ft. l,p. ^/J", 1907 



^e^ \C<3L\v-K(io\\--Vi->rooW 



* VwO^V.0 'Y\^ GL ^Q.Q.-Vj>\v-W<^<^'^ 



OVVtO'V>-<tOLY\^ 



u 








,1^0^, 



S^j^VoMrv- \c6ow 




Lathru-unum » — "Another Yokutg. dialect obtained by 
him (De la Cuesta) is that of the Lathra-unum * " — 
Gatsehet, Indiaji Languages of the Pacific States and 
Territories, Mag. Afner. Hist. p. 255, April 1882. (and 

reprint, p. 2, unpaged) 
Lathruunun . — . "Lathruunun language* • — Arroyo de 1 a 
Cuesta, Idiomas Calif omias, 1821i MS. 
[MS CGEnment by A. S. Gatsehet —"To judge frooi the 
pronouns this is a Yokuts dialect."] 



s 



/ 



I 



00 -e.- $)Oovv 



To^~ 



^-NMvirv 



NNVw^oow 






• • 











- eA(k^.^ 



tft^^-JU^, 




<k \oo«.vaAw 



( 



^Suisum C^To^.e-t^or^oY SiA.UvAvv,') \oo^\mI\v 



NMlWb 



OOVn^ 



Rancheria near head of Suisun Creek, San FranciBCO Bay, 
Calif,, mentioned by Abella in 181lX--Bancroft„t^ ,Hist. of 
Calif., II, 323 jg^. 1885 .) t.-«cJUv±P/----li^^ 

Abella. Diario de un Registro de los Rios Grandes, 

Oct. 15-30, IBll. {oj^\tA^c\\a,\ 



S-»->. Sac ^ p. 



e-iCO'K 



Pocewin 



Wintoon 



^ Suisun __ ^ 

SniBun ( probably ^ big expanse ^ ) . . X ' 
former Patwin division, probably only a 
village, on Suisun bay, Solano co., Cal. 

Soisehme.— Taylor in Cal. Farmer, Oct. 18, 1861. 
Soo-i-BOo-nes.— Ibid., Mar. 30, 1860. Souissouns.— 
Choris, Voy. Pitt., 6, 1822. Su-i-»un'.— Powers 
in Cont. N. A. Ethnol., iii, 218, 1877. Suysum.— 
Chamisso in Kotzebue, Vo y., in, 51, 1821. 

Handbook Am. Indians 
Pt. 2, p. ^f^, 1910 

Suisun (name only) •— Bancroft j^^Hative Races, III, -dGJ^fS^fil 

^Hist.rSf Calif. ^''^bn map opp. p.l, 1884} Vol. 

1885. ^ 

Tribe fumishfe^i^ converts to Sonoma Mission, 

1825.— Ibid, Hist. of Calif., II, 506, 1885. 



^O^^6^'-^^'S0<sW 



r 



HOVat^ 



Suisun 



Card 25 
Poo-e-win 



^Wintoo 



Suisun . Suisunes . Suvigun . Suvsunes: Tribe m 1817 having 
population of over 70,000 and composed of followirg 
^branches' in addition to the 'capital* Supun and 
adjacent rancherias whose chief was named Malaca: 
Topavtoys . chief Lakay; Ansae to vs . chief Coupay; 

02s, chief Motti or Moti; Fistoys . chief Coupay 
erutoys , chief Guecueh; Churuptoys . chief 
Guail e TTataioy s . chief Chamaco; uniutovs . chief Myum 



olo 

n 



Yeto. The 'capital' Suysun was destroyed by Sanchez 



Expedition in 1817 and not reoccupied until 5 years 
later. — Mariano G. Yallejo, Hist, of Calif., MS, 
Bancroft Library. Vol. 1. pp. 151-156, 1875. 

S uisunes : Tribe mentioned bv Salvador Valleio, Ori^en 
e los Indios de Calif .„ MS, p. 7, Bancroft Li,brary,1875 



See Soo-e-soon 



See also Duisumne, Zuisumne, Suysun, Suysum 



SiiisiiByB.: Tribe scattered over the western side of the 
riVer Jesus Maria, now Sacramento. — History of 
Solano Co* t?. San Francisco, iTood, Alley & Co. 
Puhrs. 17, 1879. 



f ' • 



am sun : jose uanuto j^urunuu, wixoxn^ vx ^i^ 
ixpedition of 1821, writes j 'T?e crossc 
Suisun rancheria and took the whole range uy trie 
ildeof Rio Jesus Maria up to near these Cerrit98 
Cuates."— Don Jose' Canute Borondo, Notas Historicas 
sobre Calif. 18-30, IB, Bancroft library, 1878. 

Suis un:. In his diary of the Expedition of Arguello 
in 1821 Fr. Bias Ordaz mentions "the plain of the 
Suisun."— Fr. Bias Ordaz, Diario de la Expedicion 
el Sf, Don. Luis Arguello, 1821. Arch. Sta. 

Barbara Mission, Vol. 4, p 166.. 1806-1821.. 





Suisunes: Mentioned by Vallejo as present ^together with 

— ""^ '^ ""' inameros and LilitiusJ when he laid out 

...... .. ^^..^^ in 18M.- -M.CTjalleio. Hist. Calif.. 

MS Bancroft Library, 3:21, 1875. Spelled guvsun . Ibid 
2S^ & 9; & 3:27. WritTen Suvsunes Ibid i: »^a. 



town 




onoma 



SuAs tL*v\- "t t* i^ ^ I 




,TjLA..3tU3X.^^^*>*^ 



VERSO 



Q\XVg.VJL-\vQ 5i> OtWv<KW&. $jLx ^b6'-<i.-<506vC ^Te6''Q--Va\\v.^ 



\Mvv.t 



oow- 










I 




^ 



»^^it^A^^A;^ 



0KvSi6\CWi 



ySuisunes, —Bancroft, Hist. of Calif., map p. 51,^1885. 
•Suisuns 



^-i-, 3Xl,3?-^.*ff7.W 



The SonoffiOfi speak a Bimilar dialect as the Suisuns, • — 
Bancroft,! Native Races, III,*648, 1875. 







% 



^^-^-•^ft^W 



(h>/vr- 




sunes 



T 



00-^-\MVVc 



Wintoon 



Name on map of San PY^mcisco 
body of Suisun Bav.--Map (no 
Calif., V, 163, 1586. 



B 
da^ 



ay region, north of main 
aoe) in Bancroft, Hist. 



§ t LV_ OOO * ^^ ^OoVv 



Suisunes 



\i 



"In Oct* 1837 there were 185 Suisunes livim at the ex- 

iniBBion?t?a3i Francisco Solano, No.Califir-Bancroft, 
Hist. of Calif., Ill, 720, 1885. 

Suisurrine, Zuisunine, Zuisum e* -tAh alphabetical list of 
neophytes" of San J^'ernandoliission records 8 Indisjis ( 3 
men and 5 women) belonging to this tribe.-- Mision San 
Fernando, Lista Alfabetica de Neofitos, Ordinal MS , 
Bancroft Library. 



Suisunes ; Tribe N side Suisun Bay. — Abella, Diarior de un 
Re^stro de los Rios Grandes, Oct, 15-30, 1811. 



• 

Su-i-sun (see Sod'-o-scon) Too-e.vAtu 

Subtrijoe of Poo^e-win^ Q^N^^j;^.^^,.^^r^.Jgly?^^^* 



Win- toon 
Calif. 





• "On the bay nafned after them, the Syisuns. J^nose celebrat 
chief was Solano. "-Stephen Pov/ers, Overlana konunl^s vol. 
15-, 542, 1674. - r. .. ^....,^^v. • 

* "Solano, the Suisun cnieiT^ain. -dcuiuiuiq, i^xou. w.^* 



_ ^.sun chief tam. "-i^ancro IT., n 
•71, 168o. "lulalaco. a Suioun ohiof ■ " - Ibid, I 





^^Nsm 



harmoni 



Kakondo, nor even the 

iomas CaliforM 



MS, 1821. 



FMS comment by A.S.Gratschet — "Very harmonious and 



vocalic i a^ 

See Soo*e-soon 



tov<etl 



sumne 



•Ssupichum 



pihonean 







-Taylor. Calif. Fanner, Oct. 18, 1861i *B 

, I,»453, 18"' 




Ssupichum: Ran 




*the Lamchin tribe^ 



7> leagufts S of the 




San Matheo . mentioned i n Rnnlr nf RaptiRmfl, 

Mission (lO Indi 



n ingfli 





lupichom 




, Supichum, Suhcbian ; Spanish name Lob HemedioB 



or Nuestre Senora de los Remediof}. -« Mision de San 
Francisco. Li'bro primero de Bautismos. M S, 1776-1810*. 



Spell irgs in San Jose Miseion Register (9 Indians): 
•Suisumne 5 times^ ^Zuisimne 4«-^ Lista Alfabetioa 

,e Neof itos [San JOse Mission, erroneously labeled 
Mision San Fernando] Original MS. Bancroft Library. 

r Rancheria mentionei 
ission (15 Indians; 
de Bautismos^ HS, 




xj**t f Zui cun^ Mi4AAsaHiLis. . u 
in Book of Baptisms, San __ 
— Mision de San Jose'', Libros 
1797- 1859* 




Suisun: Tribe: mentioned in Book of Baptisms, San Prancitcoi 
Mission'.;94 Indians). Spellirgs: Suisun . Suv sun : Suvsum . 
Suysunes, Suisunas* — Mis ion de San Francisco, Libro 
icegund® de bautismos. MS, IBll-lBTD. 

Suisum; Spelling in Register of San F%n3i8C0 Mission. MS, 
1776-1816. 



"> 




mentioned in Book 
ians). Spellings: 
Hision ae San Jose 




sms, San Jose 

ismos 



ros de Baut 




ssion Kegister 

^ ^^^^ Mission, 

erroneously labeled Mision San FernandoJ Original MS. 
Bancroft Library* ^ * 



See So6-*e-soon 

See aleSuisumne, Suysun, Suisun, Suysxam 




OMK 




1^ ifvi} 



(^"^ pA^MIAVty'i C«A,«!Lt_ y^ 



ClAA 



/ 




opjMpi '< 



Noionuiif ^ 



IV 



i>o^» 



IchX^tMOJL-^ 




TffiWvL ^ 




I -tiAm>a^ '» 




^ 



i; 



LrhA,^ 








m 




CO 

O 



:\ 



Al 






k^ 






V\^rv^^iLC^ ^ 7 



a 



wcrvvv4(. 




<rvv,^vyvJc 



y,) /Ulrk.f<}7 r*yt "A</^, 



<t^ UrffiO t^ir^ TkAMvU^ 



"H// 



n^^ 



Cft^#t/fW =^ 







"^^VA-WO 2 



C 




Wna^j 



^ lu 



yytyjjs 



i^fO M. VA, y^^^^rJvilk) 



Ck 



>y\<rto ^ 



^^^^^ — 




C^ctr 



:3^ 



yw t 






— d^-lj 



^u rv 




<LC unr>C<. ?> ? ^SJ*-* 



Ht(, '^^'uv hrtU^frv^* C^^^l^^^i '^'3*'^^/ 




rywv 



( C, M/JVe'X- 



ftOJ^C ^ 



ItUMnvOxj:. 



^. JWt/^ljt-, () '^l 



(^V15L} 



M 



^^J\^ 



^ 






L ac«t4ci (k ^ 






Loa.?^Ulo>vX -_ 




L|^gU0« fQ (^ LlpTX^fo?) ^ 



LoCKcn^v^ IL 





:x (vtx^j^o ['(AJUihJ^c^) - IhJbt, i^ 






\\KoX(L 



ca^ - 




/P/jKh/w ( tttUHL. 3^ 






t^c€ 



wCryv\4-A\-^<. =- 



P^ 



|P=^- 



Pckjlu 



VIA*. :;. 




m 




CO 

O