The Klamath tribe lived lived a semi-nomadic lifestyle and spent the cold, snowy winters in semi-subterranean pit houses and in the summer used temporary tule-mat shelters made from the reeds and bulrushes found along the rivers of their tribal lands. The Klamath lifestyle was based on the seasons.
noun Klamath, Klamaths 1A member of a North American people of southern Oregon and northern California. ‘Like other tribes in this group-the Menominee in Wisconsin and Klamath in Oregon-the Salish and Kootenai tribes enjoyed growing and seemingly sustainable economic development. ‘
Klamath, two neighbouring North American Indian tribes who lived in what are now south-central Oregon and northern California, spoke related dialects of a language called Klamath -Modoc (which may be related to Sahaptin), and shared many cultural traits. Their traditional territory lay in the southern Cascade…
Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians. Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Confederated Tribes of Siletz. Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Reservation. Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians. Coquille Indian Tribe. Klamath Tribes.
The tribes that were listed as being ready for immediate termination had been placed on a list prepared by acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, William Zimmerman, because they met four primary criteria: adequate resources, they had adopted to a certain degree the cultural traits of the larger American culture, they
Klamath also Klamath–Modoc and historically Lutuamian, is a Native American language that was spoken around Klamath Lake in what is now southern Oregon and northern California. It is the traditional language of the Klamath and Modoc peoples, each of whom spoke a dialect of the language.
noun, plural Klam·aths, (especially collectively) Klam·ath. a member of an American Indian people belonging to the Lutuamian group and located in southern Oregon.
The Klamath Basin stretches from southern Oregon into northern California and covers an area of more than 31,080 square kilometers (12,000 square miles), which is about the size of the state of Maryland. The Klamath River runs through the basin.
Klamath men wore short wraparound kilts made of deerskin. Klamath women wore longer skirts made of buckskin and plant fiber, decorated with beads. Shirts were not necessary in Klamath culture, but in cool or rainy weather, both genders wore deerskin ponchos and leggings made of woven tule.
Several distinct tribes have historically occupied the Great Basin; the modern descendents of these people are still here today. They are the Western Shoshone (a sub-group of the Shoshone ), the Goshute, the Ute, the Paiute (often divided into Northern, Southern, and Owens Valley), and the Washoe.
Kentucky comes from the Iroquois word “ken-tah-ten,” which means “land of tomorrow.” The other possible meanings for ” Kentucky ” that derive from the Iroquois language are: “meadow,” “prairie,” and “the river of blood.”
Native American Girl Names Aiyana: This means “eternal blossom.” Aponi: This means “butterfly.” Catori: This means “spirit.” Dyani: This means “deer.” Elu: This is a Zuni name which means “beautiful.” Enola: This means “magnolia.” Halona: This means “happy fortune.” Istas: This means “snow” for your winter baby.