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Whilkut Tribe

The Whilkut Indians were a small tribe of Northern California, relatives of the Hupa tribe and speakers of a Hupa dialect. The Whilkut no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Suffering heavy losses from colonial attacks, they merged together with their Hupa neighbors. Most Whilkut descendants still live among the Hupa tribe today.

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Whilkut Language Links

Whilkut Language Tree:
    Theories about Whilkut language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Hupa Language:
    Our resources about the Hupa language, including Whilkut.

Whilkut Culture and History Links

Whilkut Tribe History:
    Article on the Whilkut tribe from the Handbook of American Indians.
Whilkut People:
    Wikipedia article on the Whilkut Indians.
Four Directions: Whilkut:
    Timeline and links about Whilkut history.

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California Athabascan Groups:
    History of the Chilula, Whilkut, and other California Athabascans.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Whilkut Tribe:
Whilkut links page.

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