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Kosalektawi: See Achumawi
Kosalektawi (also spelled Qosalektawi) is the name of one of the nine original bands of the Achumawi tribe of Northern California.
Their name comes from the Achumawi word for juniper.
In English, they were known as the Goose Valley Achumawi.
Here are links to our webpages about the Kosalektawi tribe and language:
Pit River Indian
California American Indians
Hokan language family
Books about the Kosalektawis
Here are a few good books about the Kosalektawi and other Achumawi bands:
Annikadel: The History of the Universe as Told by the Achumawi Indians
The Achumawi Tribe
The Morning The Sun Went Down
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