Geohydrology of part of the Round Valley Indian Reservation, Mendocino County, California
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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division in Menlo Park, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hydrology -- California -- Mendocino County.

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Edition Notes

Statementby K. S. Muir and D. A. Webster.
SeriesWater-resources investigations -- 77-22
ContributionsWebster, D. A., United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 40 p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22990778M

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Geohydrology of Part of the Round Valley Indian Reservation, Mendocino County, California Kenneth S. Muir, D. A. Webster U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, - Hydrology - . Location: Mendocino County, North Coast, California, United States, North America Latitude: ° or 39° 53' " north Longitude: ° or ° 19' " west. The Round Valley Indian Reservation is a federally recognized Indian reservation lying primarily in northern Mendocino County, California, United States.A small part of it extends northward into southern Trinity total land area, including off-reservation trust land, is . Buy Geohydrology of part of the Round Valley Indian Reservation, Mendocino County, California (Water-resources investigations - U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division) by K. S Muir (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : K. S Muir.

command of Captain W.S. Jarboe in the year ” (Carranco and Beard, , p 97). Jarboe’s prisoners then joined other Yuki at the Round Valley Reservation. The Round Valley Reservation was established in as a collection point for the Yuki as well as a number of other northern California .   Round valley indian reservation 1. Est. 2. Was first known as The Nome Cult Farm, an administrative extension of the Nome Lackee Reservation Located one mile North of Covelo, Ca in Northern Mendocino county and a piece runs into Tehama county It is made up of six tribes: Yuki, Pit River, Nomlacki, Concow, Pomo, and Wailacki The land originally belonged to the Yuki tribe .   The Round Valley Indian Reservation began in as the Nome Cult Farm, an administrative extension of the Nome Lackee Reservation located on the Northwestern edge of the Sacramento Valley at Paskenta; one of the five reservations in California legislated by the United States Government in Following Beale’s removal from office in , Col. T.J. Henely established Indian Reserves on the Klamath River, Nome Lackee near Colusa, Nome Cult (Round Valley) and the Mendocino Reserve at the mouth of the Noyo River on the coast. The latter two were both located in Mendocino County.

  Barbara Smith, who worked as the director of the Round Valley Indian Tribe's domestic violence resource center from until retiring this year, . The Round Valley Indian Reservation is a federally recognized Indian reservation lying primarily in northern Mendocino County, California, USA. A small part of it extends northward into southern Trinity County. The total land area, including off-reservation trust land, is km² ( sq mi).   Round Valley Indian Tribes, Located 1 Mile North of Covelo in Round Valley • Covelo Road • Covelo • California • Administration Phone: () • . In the course of our team's research for the "California Coastal Trail" episode that focuses on MacKerricher State Park in Mendocino County, we learned that the land that is now the park was once part of the Mendocino Indian Reservation, a swath of land ten miles long and three and a half miles wide. The Native Americans who lived on that reservation, which was established in , included.