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, Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Athabascan branch of the Nadene linguistic stock (see Native American languages). In the 19th cent. they occupied the valley of the Trinity River from Hoopa valley to the Klamath River in NW California.
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On tribal lands like the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, culture, tradition, subsistence, and recreational use take precedence over purely economic gain.
phagocytophilum IFA Site Seropositive Seroprevalence Big Basin State Park 16 6.30 Humboldt Redwoods State Park 24 16.90 Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation 173 36.19 Hendy Woods State Park 43 22.51 King Range National 1 3.45 Conservation Area Mendocino County (roadside 0 0.00 only) Morro Bay regional communities 5 1.23 Placerville City region (roadside 1 1.00 only) Quincy City region (roadside 2 50.00 only) Sutter Buttes State Park 3 7.50 Sagehen Research Station 17 7.69 Siskiyou County (roadside only) 3 1.00 Sonoma 1 1.00 Samuel P.
A Forest History of the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation of Northwestern California (Bloomfield, CO.: AITS, USDI, BIA, 1983); Richard R.