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Author(s): McCarthy, Helen Abstract: Ukomno'm: The Yuki Indians of Northern California. Socorro, New Mexico: Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 14, 1979, 108 p. 1 map, 8 figs.
Malki Museum Press has published the Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology . Ukomno'm: The Yuki Indians of Northern California.
Malki Museum Press has published the Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology since 1979 in cooperation with the Department of Anthropology at San Diego State University. It is the only journal representing California anthropology, and features articles from all four areas of anthropology including: Linguistic, Biological, c, and Archaeological. The Journal is a bi-annual periodical, printed usually around June and December. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 14 by Virginia P. Miller (pp. 377-378).
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By Virginia P. Genocide and Vendetta: The Round Valley Wars of Northern California. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. Carranco, . & Beard, E. (1981). Patterns of frontier genocide 1803–1910: the Aboriginal Tasmanians, the Yuki of California, and the Herero of Namibia. php?title Round Valley War&oldid 925377012".
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Yuki of Northern CaliforniaIn the first half of the nineteenth century, the Yuki flourished in. .
Yuki of Northern CaliforniaIn the first half of the nineteenth century, the Yuki flourished in the rugged Coast Range Mountains of Mendocino County, Northern California. They lived along the middle fork of the Eel River in settlements of approximately 150 people and subsisted by hunting deer, fishing salmon, and gathering acorns and other wild plants. Even settlers who were missing no stock launched parties to go into the mountains and hunt Indians; some settlers boldly invaded Round Valley Reservation in broad daylight shooting adult Indians and kidnapping younger ones to sell into virtual slavery outside the valley.