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Pudding River Tribe

"Pudding River Tribe" was an English name given to the Ahantchuyuk tribe, which was one of the original Kalapuya bands of Oregon. Local tradition says that the placename "Pudding River" came from a blood pudding that the Ahantchuyuk Indians served to French explorers.

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Pudding River Resources

Here are links to our webpages about the Pudding River tribe and language:
 Ahantchuyuk
 Kalapuya tribes
 Oregon Indian history
 Plateau cultures
 North American tribes

Here are some other Internet resources about the Pudding River Indians:
 Willamette Heritage: Pudding River
 Wikipedia: Pudding River

Here are a few good books about the Pudding River Indians:
 A Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Pacific Northwest
 The First Oregonians



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