What did the Karok Indians eat?

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Karok Indians eat salmon, deer, and acorns according to native history of American.Karuk are also an indigenous people of California in the United States. The Karok are also very democratic politically. Karok Indians did not recognize any formal distinctions of social class, though wealth was an indication of prestige. However 'Karok' is a term that means 'upriver'.
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