Kato-Wailaki Mythology

Kato-Wailaki Mythology

The mythology Kato-Wailaki brings together the following Native American peoples: Kato, Cahto, Wailaki, Lassik, Nongatl, Sinkyone, Sinkine.

The Kato or Cahto people are a Native American people who lived in eastern California on the Long Valley side, along Blue Rock springs creek between the sources of the two main branches of Eel river. Region of hills and oak groves bordered by streams. Most of them were dry in the summer but torrential in the rainy winters.

The Athabaskans de la rivière Eel comprennent les groupes d’Amérindiens Wailaki, Lassik, Nongatl et Sinkyone (Sinkine) qui vivent traditionnellement dans les comtés actuels de Mendocino, Trinity et Humboldt sur ou à proximité de la rivière Eel et de la rivière Van Duzen au nord-ouest de la Californie.

Kato-Wailaki mythology

Kato-Wailaki mythology (texts)

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