Whilkut
The Whilkut also known as "Redwood Creek Indians" or "Mad River Indians" were an Athapaskan tribe, speaking a dialect similar to the Hupa and Chilula, who inhabited the area on or near the upper Redwood Creek and along the Mad River except near its mouth, up to Iaqua Butte, and some settlement in Grouse Creek in the Trinity River drainage in Northwestern California, before contact with Europeans.
Little is known of the Whilkut culture beyond its similarity to that of the Hupa and that they were considered by the Hupa and Chilula as a poorer, backward, less settled hill people. Following the gold rush in Northwestern California, routes of pack trains between Humboldt Bay and Weaverville, California, lay through their territory, and their population, never large, was drasticly reduced in the 1858-1864 Bald Hills War. Estimated to have 250-350 warriors at the start of the war, the survivors were taken to the Hupa reservation soon after its establishment. After 1870 they drífted back to their traditional homes where they continued to live. Only 50 remained in the 1910 census. In 1972 only a remnant was left, perhaps only 20 to 25 individuals.

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Whilkut - Four Directions Institute
Aug 25, 2007 ... The Whilkut were a relatively poor sedentary hunter/gatherer tribe. The Pacific Coast Athapaskans arrived in the area late in the first millennium ...
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Whilkut - Merriam-Webster Online
an Athapaskan people of the Mad river valley in northwestern California. 2. : a member of the Whilkut people. This word doesn't usually appear in our free ...
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Whilkut – California Language Archive
Results 1 - 10 of 238 ... Whilkut. ISO 639-3: [No ISO code]. Na-Dené · Eyak-Athabaskan · Athabaskan · Apachean · Apache · Chiricahua Apache · Jicarilla Apache ...
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LINGUAMÓN - Casa de les Llengües > Hupa-Chilula-Whilkut
Other names. Hoopa. Spoken in ... USA: in northern California. Number of speakers. Approximately 20 (language virtually extinct). Legal status. Non- specific ...
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Hupa, Chilula, and Whilkut - Schlosser Law Files
Hupa, Chilula, and Whilkut. WILLIAM 1. WALLACE. HUPA. Language, Environment, and Territory. Along the lower course of the Trinity River in north- western ...
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Collectrium | Whilkut
Jan 16, 2013 ... Bios. "Also known as 'Redwood Creek Indians' or 'Mad River Indians' were an Athabaskan tribe, speaking a dialect similar to the Hupa and ...
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Impearls: HIC 8.3: The Whilkut
Nov 12, 2005 ... The Whilkut are the third division of the Athabascans speaking dialects of the Hupa type. They held Redwood Creek, above the kindred Chilula, ...
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LINGUAMÓN - Casa de les Llengües > Hupa-Chilula-Whilkut
Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press; chapter 4. HINTON, L. (1994) ... Hupa, Chilula and Whilkut are very closely related variants. There is no umbrella term ...
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Whilkut (Redwood Indijanci, Hoilkut, Whiylqit ).- Nastalo od ... 5. Salinas, Calif.: Coyote Press, n.d. Reprint of: Berkeley: University of California Press, 1958.
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Whilkut (Redwood Indijanci, Hoilkut, Whiylqit ).- Nastalo od ... 5. Salinas, Calif.: Coyote Press, n.d. Reprint of: Berkeley: University of California Press, 1958.
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Chilula and Whilkut, considered dialects of Hupa, were spoken by people living along Redwood ... University of California Anthropological Records 16:157-237.
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All fields: Whilkut Indians ... illustrates why Kroeber, a noted American anthropologist and founder of the anthropology department at the University of California.
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Handbook of North American Indians
Handbook of North American Indians
William C. Sturtevant, 1978
The Whilkut lived along the upper course of Redwood Creek, above the Chilula. They also occupied the ... Salmon, steelhead, and lamprey eels must have supplied a large proportion of the Whilkut food supply. It can be safely assumed that ...
Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life
Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life
Nick Vujicic, 2010
Life Without Limits is an inspiring book by an extraordinary man. Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disability to live not just independently but a rich, fulfilling life, becoming a model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, his central message is that the most important goal ...
Handbook of the Indians of California
Handbook of the Indians of California
Alfred L. Kroeber, 1925
The Whilkut are the third division of the Athabascans speaking dialects of the Hupa type. They held Redwood Creek, above the kindred Chilula, to its head; and Mad River, except in its lowest course, up to the vicinity of laqua Butte. They also ...
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The sources and authenticity of the history of the ancient Mexicans
Alfred Louis Kroeber, Claude Russell Moss, Edward Winslow Gifford, 1920
Tolowa sagi 3; Hupa tchuwe 3; Whilkut tchuwe 3; Lassik tcugi 3; Sinkyone tcigi 3; Wailaki tcigi 3; Kato tc'gi 3; ... Tolowa su 3; Whilkut tcwo 3; Mattole hwo 3; Lassik tco 3; Sinkyone tco 3; Wailaki tco 3; Kato tco 3; Chipewyan tsone 3, tsu' 8; ...
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Hupa (Native Americans of California)
Hupa, from the Yurok name for the Hoopa Valley. Their self-designation was Natinook-wa, "People of the Place Where the Trails Return." The Hupa were culturally and linguistically related to three neighboring groups, the Chilula, Whilkut, and the North Fork Hupa,
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