California Teachers Association

November 2015

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Extra Credit A. Achumawi, Atsugewi, Modoc B. Cahuilla, Serrano C. Chumash, Tongva (Gabrielino) D. Hoopa, Mattole, Shasta, Yurok E. Kawalisu, Paiute, Shoshone F. Maidu, Nisenan, Wintu G. Miwok, Yokuts H. Ohlone (Costanoan), Salinan I. Pomo, Yuki Map adapted from the Smithsonian Institution's Handbook of North American Indians: California. Native Californian Tribal Areas W I T H O V E R 1 0 0 federally recognized tribes and nearly 80 petitioning for recognition, California has the largest Native American pop- ulation and the greatest number of distinct tribes of any state. Match the areas of California (1–9) with the American Indian peoples (A–I) who have tribal territories there. (Note: Not all Native Californian peoples are included here.) Answers on page 55. 1 2 4 3 5 6 9 7 8 1. Northwest 2. Northeast 3. Northern Coast 4. Sacramento Valley 5. Central Coast 6. San Joaquin Valley 7. Southern Coast 8. Southeast 9. East 56 cta.org

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