How were the Shasta Indian shelters made?


The Shasta people lived in northwest California and southwest Oregon. Their primary food was salmon, as well as berries, bulbs, nuts and deer. The dwelling house of the winter village was called the "umma" It was about 16 x 20 feet and dug 3 feet
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