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Kashaya Culture and History

As a complement to our Kashaya language information, here is our collection of indexed links about the Kashaya tribe and their society. The emphasis of these pages is on Kashayas and other American Indians as living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Kashaya history is interesting and important, but the Kashaya Indians are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional folklore, contemporary art as well as museum pieces, and issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always welcome.

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Kashaya Tribal and Community Websites

Kashaya Band of Pomo Indians:
    Official homepage of the Kashaya Pomo tribe.
Kashaya Oral History Project:
    Website of a project to document Kashaya Pomo traditional stories.

Kashaya Lifestyle and Tradition

Kashaya: The First People:
    Overview of Kashaya history and culture.
Folk Tales of the Kashaya:
    Legends and stories told by Kashaya Indian elders.
Pomo Cosmology:
    Essay on the traditional worldview of the Kashayas and other Pomo peoples.

Books for sale on the Kashaya Indians

Kashaya Pomo Plants:
    Interesting book on the ethnobotany and herbalism of the Kashaya tribe.
Kashaya Texts:
    Bilingual presentation of Kashaya language stories.
American Indian Books:
    Evolving list of books about Kashayas and Native Americans in general.

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Links, References, and Additional Information

   Pomo/Kashaya Bibliography:
   List of related reading materials.
  Pueblos Pomos * Los Kashaya y los Rusos: * Lenguas Pomo:
  Information about the Kashayas and other Pomoan people in Spanish.

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