HUCHNOM - Califa

The name Huchnom was used for these people by the Yuki. The name means tribe outside the valley, or mountain people. Later, the Huchnom were also called Redwoods. Huchnom villages each had a headman who gave speeches at ceremonies, and handed out food and gifts to the guests.…

Yuki people - Wikipedia

Alfred L. Kroeber estimated the 1770 population of the Yuki proper, Huchnom, and Coast Yuki as 2,000, 500, and 500, respectively, or 3,000 in all. Sherburne F. Cook initially raised this total slightly to 3,500. Subsequently, he proposed a higher estimate of 9,730 Yuki.…

FDI - Huchnom

The Huchnom were a sedentary hunter/gatherer tribe. They were located in the valley of the south Eel River and its tributaries from Hullville nearly to its mouth. The tribe was destroyed by White settlers. Remnants have intermarried into the Pomo and some of the tribes at Round Valley.…

Huchnom people Britannica

Other articles where Huchnom is discussed: Yuki: …River and its tributaries; the Huchnom of Redwood Valley to the west; the Coast Yuki, who were distributed farther westward along the redwood coast; and the Wappo, who occupied an enclave among the Pomo, some 40 miles (65 km) southward in ……

Huchnom Tribe Access Genealogy

Huchnom Indians. A division of the Yuki of northern California, speaking a dialect divergent from that of the Round Valley Indians. They lived on South Eel river above its confluence with the middle fork of the Eel river, or in adjacent territories, and on the headwaters of Russian River in upper Potter valley.…

Pomo Indians of Northern California

The Pomo and the Coast Yuki were friendly with all of the neighboring tribes, the Huchnom inland from the coast, the Cahto, who were north and east of the Coast Yuki and more inland; and the Sinkyone, who were around the north and west of the Sinkyone range of hills. The sketch map left shows the distribution.…