The Maidu are an indigenous people of northern California. They reside in the
central Sierra .... Languages, Territories, and Names of California Indian Tribes.
MAIDU. Location: Northeastern California (Plumas County & southern Lassen
County) Language: Penutian family. Population: 1770 estimate: 9,000
Summary and Definition: The Maidu tribe were a California tribe of Native
American Indians who were hunter-gatherers and fishers. The Maidu tribe
Maidu is a Penutian language of California. Actually there are at least three
Maiduan languages, Maidu, Nisenan, and Konkow, which are generally
The Maidu Indians are native to central and northern California, around the
Sacramento area east into the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Four groups of Native ...
As with other tribes of California Indians, the Maidu ate seeds and acorns and
hunted elk, deer, bears, rabbits, ducks, and geese; they also fished for salmon, ...
Indian Valley, Genesee, American, and Sierra valleys are now occupied by
Plumas County settlements, but once were occupied solely by the Maidu. The
The Greenville Rancheria is currently located in the Indian Valley at the 3,500
foot level in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. ... The Northern
Maidu, the native inhabitants of Plumas, Tehama and surrounding counties, ...
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The main food the Maidu found in Central Valley was granaries, rabbits, elk, deer
, ... girl's adsolescence ceremony, as is the case in the greater part of California.