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The following is a representative sample of general locations and original names of tribes in the Far West region of North America.

California

  • Northwestern: Hupa, Shasta and Yurok
  • Northeastern: Achumawl, Atsugewl and Northern Paiute
  • Central: Miwok, Pomo and Yokuts
  • Southern: Cahuilla, Chumash and Kumeyaay
  • Great Basin

  • Eastern California: Washo, Owens Valley Paiute and Tubatulabal
  • Nevada: Washoe, Western Shoshone and Kawaiisu
  • Utah: Gosiute, Ute and Paiute
  • Plateau

  • Central and eastern Oregon: Colville, Klamath, Umatilla and Walla Walla (Warm Springs)
  • Central and eastern Washington: Chelan, Spokane, Yakama and Kalispel
  • Northern Idaho: Nez Percé, Cayuse and Kalispel
  • Western Montana: Pend d'Oreille, Coeur d'Alene and Flathead (Kalispel)


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    Steamer Far West
    ... John Hardy (Second Engineer) Walter Burleigh (Clerk) Escort On Board "Far West": Company B, 6th Infantry Capt. Stephen Baker, Commanding Roster -- Sioux War Home Copyright 1999-2006 Friends of the Little Bighorn Battlefield & Bob ReeceRevised ...
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    The Far West Village
    ... Proposal to the Landmarks Preservation Commission   Introduction The Far West Village, located along the Hudson River waterfront between Horatio and Barrow Streets, is where Greenwich Village began, home to its earliest European settlements.
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    The Story of the Church - Far West
    Houses in Far West were soon full to overflowing, and hundreds of refugees were obliged to make their beds on the open prairies near the city. It was November again. One night six inches of snow fell upon the beds of the weary campers.26 At ...
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