Yahi Indians

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The Yahi Indians constituted the southernmost group of the Yanan division of the Hokan linguistic stock.

Yahi Indians. Meaning “person” in their own language.

Yahi Location

On Mill and Deer Creeks.

Yahi Villages

Bushkuina, Tolochuaweyu, and Tuliyani were on or near Mill Creek;

Bopmayhuwi, Gahma, K’andjauha, Puhiya, and Yisch’inna on or near Deer Creek.

Yahi Population

Included in the Yana.