Huchnom Indians

The Huchnom belonged to the Yukian linguistic stock, though resembling the Porno somewhat more closely in culture. …Huchnom Indians»»

Tolowa Indians

Tolowa is an Algonquian name given to these people by their southern neighbors, the Yurok. The Tolowa Indians constituted one of the divisions into which the California peoples of the Athapascan linguistic stock are divided, but they were closely connected with the Athapascan tribes of Oregon immediately to the north. …Tolowa Indians»»

Atsugewi Indians

With the Achomawi, the Atsugewi constituted the Palaihnihan or eastern group of the Shastan stock, more recently placed by Dixon and Kroeber (1919) in the Hokan family. …Atsugewi Indians»»

Cahuilla Indians

The Cahuilla belonged to the southern California group of the Shoshonean division of the Uto-Aztecan stock. …Cahuilla Indians»»

Native American place names in California

This is a list of Native American place names in the U.S. state of California. …Native American place names in California»»

Gabrielino Indians

The nearest connections of the Gabrielino were the Fernandeno; both belonged to the California branch of the Shoshonean Division of the Uto-Aztecan stock. …Gabrielino Indians»»