The Mythology Pomo-Yuki-Wappo includes the following Native American peoples: Pomo, Yuki, Wappo
The Pomos are a Native American people of northern California in the USA. The Pomos spoke seven different Pomo languages, which are not mutually intelligible. Originally, language, location and other cultural elements united the Pomos, but socially and politically they did not form a "unified tribe".
The Pomos lived in small communities, linked by geography, lineage and marriages, and which met through fishing, hunting and gathering. The Pomos lived on the Pacific coast north of San Francisco between Cleone and Duncan's Point, and inland towards Clear Lake. A separate group, the Pomos of the Northeast, lived near Stonyford.
the yuki is a Native American language of the Yukian language family spoken in the United States, in Mendocino County, Northern California.
the wappo is a Native American language of the Yukian language family spoken in the United States, north of San Francisco Bay, in Sonoma and Napa counties, California. This extinct language was spoken by the Native American people of the Wappos.
Pomo-Yuki-Wappo mythology (texts)
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