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The Huchnom Indians were a small tribe of Northern California, relatives of the
Their language was never well recorded, but was clearly similar to Yuki, and was probably a Yuki dialect
or a closely related language. The Huchnom no longer exist as a distinct
tribe. Most Huchnom people were moved to the Round Valley Reservation along with members of many other
California tribes in the 1800's, where their descendants still live today.
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Our resources about the Yuki language (including Huchnom.)
Yukian Language Tree:
Theories about Huchnom language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Round Valley Indian Tribes:
Homepage of the reservation where most Huchnom people live today.
Huchnom Tribe History:
Article on the Huchnom tribe from the Handbook of American Indians.
Variations on Native Californian Themes:
Guitar adaptations of traditional Yuki, Huchnom, and other California Indian songs.
Four Directions: Huchnom:
Timeline and links about Huchnom history.
Cultures in Collision: An Ethnohistory of The Huchnom:
Book on the culture and history of the Huchnom tribe.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Huchnom links page.
Information about the Huchnoms and their language in Spanish.
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