Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. Recommended Books on Hupa Mythology Our organization earns a commission from any book bought through these links The women wore basket hats to protect their foreheads from the straps of carrying These leaders are (mainly) women who have special skills. heavy clothing was seldom necessary.� Men wore a piece of deerskin or several The women and children slept in the house.� The men and older boys slept in They also gathered roots, plants, berries, mushrooms, and acorns. The planks were set upright in a rectangular shape surrounding a pit which had been dug to form the inside of the house. Vivían en el valle del Trinity, al norte de California. The valley is about 100 miles (160 kilometers) south of the California-Oregon border. The houses were made of wood, with low walls and a pitched roof. scalps, and black or red obsidian (volcanic glass).� These prized objects shirts made of elkhide, or armor made from wooden rods held together with The White Deerskin Dance reenacts the path of the Kixunai (spirit people) as they left this world and moved into another. The Hupa call themselves Na: tini-xwe (“the people of Na: tini-sw” [the Hoopa Valley]) and Di ning’ (“the People”). as they swam upriver.� Enough fish were preserved by smoke-drying them to Hupa women had tattoos of three broad stripes on their and Whilkut, their neighbors to the west.� These three groups differed in 20 feet long rentangular homes made out of cedar-wood planks. Some women, called “Lillies of the Valley,” were in charge of the justice system. men and women.� Moccasins made of deerskin were used when going on a journey.� Hupa villages were traditionally located on the riverbank and included dwellings for women and children, separate semisubterranean buildings where men slept and took sweat baths, and small menstrual lodges for women. Redwood or Cedar Plank Houses were built by many North Coast tribes up to and through most of the 19th century. There are different kinds, and they have varying strengths. Lived normally in blockhouses. Natinnoh, the Trinity River. a. earth-covered houses that were partly under ground. This position was passed down through a large extended family to whomever was best suited for it. ornaments in them.� Men and women wore their hair long, tied back in rolls baskets and baby cradles, and fancier caps for ceremonies.�. roots, and greens that they gathered in the woods.� Deer and elk were hunted The Hupa spent most of the year in villages of single-family dwellings made of cedar planks. The girl was now a woman. Take a minute to check out all the enhancements! If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. 3. were displayed at ceremonies to show what good luck had come to that person. However, the Hupa believe these dances bring together the future and the past to create a powerful prayer that encompasses all of time. There is then a 10-day rest period. To re-enable the tools or to convert back to English, click "view original" on the Google Translate toolbar. The full name of the Hupa tribe is the Hoopa Indian Valley Tribe. The tube-like dentalium shells could be strung on a string, matched for size.� to be money.�. The XwiL q’itx we tribe is extinct. Wealth was important to the Hupa.� Besides the dentalium The Hupa language is from the Na-Dene language family. How where the hupa's house built? Actualmente viven en la reserva Hoopa Valley. It means people of the place where the trails return. Na: tini-xwe (Hupa) Hupa villages were usually located on the flats above the riverbanks. firm baskets that were used to carry and store all types of food.� The women Accessible across all of today's devices: phones, tablets, and desktops. they usually went to live in the villages of their husbands. Another kind of leader, the Ning xa’ te:n, was in charge of the ceremonial dances. Those roles still exist in the tribe today. What kind of homes did the Hupa live in? shells, which served as the money for the people of northwestern California.� The White Deerskin Dance (summer) and the Jump Dance (fall) take place between the 9th and 10th moons of the year. from the waist to below the knees,� were usually fringed.�� When more warmth 2. Their land stretched from the South Fork of the Trinity River to Hoopa Valley, to the Klamath River in California. Other tribes in this region were the Haida, Yurok and Nookta. Low stools and headrests were also made from cedar logs. In addition to bows and arrows, the Hupa used short spears Social Studies, Unit 2 study guide by saldridge4b includes 90 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. section in back and a narrower section in front.� The aprons, which reached used tools made from stone and shell to shape storage chests, platters and The White Deerskin Dance Cycle, or XonsiL Chi dil ye’, is the first part of a monthlong dance cycle. This tribe occupied the valley of the Trinity river in California, from the south fork to its junction. received the warm afternoon sun.� Each village was near a spring or small dialect from other California Athapaskans. bowls out of cedar.� Low stools and headrests were also made from cedar logs.� As of the early 2000s there were more than 3,000 Hupa living in the United States. The planks were either split from naturally fallen trees or removed from large trees, allowing the tree to heal and remain alive. Trinity River, but they did not make the canoes themselves.� They traded for and the second was in the autumn when the acorns began to fall from the trees.� ... Hupa houses. in from six to 28 houses.� Each village had a name taken from a landmark (such The Yurok traded seaweed, ocean fish and dugout redwood canoes with the Hupa. In English, they would be called the Redwood Creek Indians, but the tribe is commonly known as the Chilula. They built their houses out of cedar planks cut from logs. words that told how the ceremony came to be. Hupa men wore short deerskin kilts, and Hupa women wore longer skirts made of deerskin and grasses decorated with shells and beads. The Hupa traded acorns and other goods for canoes the Yurok made from red cedar. For their bows and arrow shafts, they used yew wood. The tribe spoke Hupa, which is an Athabaskan language. Se dividían en numerosos poblados, como Cheindekhotding, Djishtangading, Haslinding, Honsading, Howungkut, Kinchuwhikut, Medilding, Miskut, Takimilding, Tlelding, Toltsasding, y Tsewenalding. Although they spoke different languages they traded goods that could only be gathered or made in their respective areas. Long before the coming of fur trappers in the 1800s, the Hupa and Chilula lived in secluded and prosperous villages where natural resources were fairly plentiful and life was comfortable. For their bows and arrow shafts, they used yew wood.� The men also made utensils Traditionally, the people who built the dam would use it first. The Hupa share cultural traits with other California Indians and Northwest Coast Indians. According to the Federal Census of 1910, the population of the Hupa was said to be over 600 and has seen a constant increase in the following period. Another 10-day dance then begins. The Hupa considers this to be the time they are most in tune with creation. A new, third level of content, designed specially to meet the advanced needs of the sophisticated scholar. money, they valued deerskins that were especially light colored, red woodpecker Hupa men slept in the sweat lodges. were captured in traps or shot with the bow and arrow.�, The area where the Hupa lived had a mild climate, and A lower spot in the middle of the pit was lined with stones so a fire could be built there. Hoopa) valley, an eight-mile stretch along the Trinity River that has more Jul 23, 2012 - Explore Native American Encyclopedia's board "Hupa ", followed by 17423 people on Pinterest. Choose a language from the menu above to view a computer-translated version of this page. Typically the houses were approximately 20 feet by 20 feet not including the roof overhang. A lower spot in the middle of the pit was lined with stones so a fire could be built made from tree bark. Women and children slept in houses made of cedar. Language: Athapaskan family Northwestern California (Humboldt County) The planks were set upright in a rectangular shape surrounding a pit which had been dug to form the inside of the house. What kind of houses did the hupa Indians live in? White officials forbade the building of the Fish Dam in the 1950s. rope nooses were placed along deer trails.� The hunters used short bows with Each family had its own house where they ate their meals.� This dance is known as the Jump Dance. In the late 1700s, the population of Hupa was estimated to be around 1,000 and about one century later there were only around 500. For food, Hupa men fished for salmon and hunted deer and elk. miles wide, is surrounded by mountains.� Twelve Hupa villages were� strung An Athapascan tribe formerly occupying the valley of Trinity river, California from south fork to its junction with the Klamath, including Hupa valley.. ceremonial items.� Baskets were decorated with patterns made with grasses 1. 1 Questions & Answers Place. Location: The original Hupa Indians resided in different regions of Northwestern California. The Hupa built their houses from cedar or fir planks which they cut from logs. climbed down a notched plank to the dug-out area of the house. The Hupa held two ceremonies to celebrate the new year The Hupa economy was based on elk, deer, salmon, and acorns, all of which were readily available in the region. The Hupa tribe also call themselves Natinnoh-hoi, after Natinnoh, the Trinity River. 1770 estimate: 1,000 The closest relatives of the Hupa were the XwiL q’itx we. The tribe Hupa traveled by walking and by using canoes. as deep-water place) or an incident that occurred there (place where Men slept and took sweat baths in separate semiunderground buildings. other inland foods for these things.� Some things were purchased with dentalium They were so secluded that they had almost no contact with whites until 1850. from elk horn.� Elkhorn spoons were used just by the men.� Women used mussel The Hupa tribe lived in rectangular houses made from wooden planks. they danced.� When doing the Jumping Dance, the men wore headbands decorated Feasting on the salmon in the spring and on the acorns in the fall was a part into a thin mush.� Heated stones were put into a cooking basket with water him because he gave them food when they needed it.� If the headman's son inherited spot in the middle of the pit was lined with stones so a fire could be built However, the name Chilula is not accurate because it comes from the Yurok who were often enemies of the Redwood Creek Indians. The Hupa traded acorns and other local foods for mussels, seaweed, and saltwater fish from coastal tribes such as the Yurok, Tolowa, Wiyot, and Mattole. or harvest.� One was in the spring when the salmon began their run upriver, last all year.� Other fish such as trout and sturgeon were also eaten.� Acorns The Hupa shared close language ties with the Chilula Usually there were about thirty houses in a village. 1910 Census: 500. The origin of the Miwok Native American Tribe is rather ambiguous. However, the Hupa restarted the tradition in the 2000s. Britannica does not review the converted text. salt (made from dried seaweed), and salt-water fish.� They traded acorns and This website uses cookies to help deliver and improve our services and provide you with a much richer experience during your visit. To learn more about cookies and your cookie choices. Avoiding unified communities and an overall political authority, village residents sometimes shared rights to general subsistence areas and to the performance of certain rituals. Because they were partially underground, Cahto houses appeared smaller than they really were. the coast near the mouth of the Klamath River.� From the Yurok they got canoes, Shirts were not necessary in the Hupa culture, but both men and women wore ponchos or deerskin robes in cool or rainy weather. Hupa Plank Houses By: The Californians= Saket P, Grant W, and Alex L. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. The houses of the Hupa were built of cedar slabs set on end, the walls being 4 ft high on the sides and rising to more than 6 ft at the ends to accommodate the slope of the roof, inclosing a place about 20 ft square, the central part of which was excavated to form the principal chamber, which was about 12 ft square and 5 ft deep. No. was called twining.� Hazel branches were used as the basis for most baskets.� The Hupa name came from the Yurok word for the valley, Later, however, the Wintun were friends of the Chimariko, and the Hupa downstream were their enemies. and meal, and it was stirred with a long wooden paddle.�, Adding to the food supply for the Hupa were nuts, berries, The Hupa built their houses from cedar or fir planks which they cut from logs. Even though Hupa … c. planked-houses … Acorns and salmon were the two main foods of the Hupa.� with thongs. Culturally, the Yurok were closely linked to the Hupa because they shared ceremonies and traded goods. They all depended on the natural resources (e.g. They traditionally lived along the lower Trinity River, especially in the Hoopa Valley. The Hupa hunted elk, deer, and salmon. The larger Hupa villages were located in the Hupa (or The Cahtos lived in pit houses. It is thought that the Hupa Indians have inhabited the Hoopa Valley for at least 4,000 years and only made contact with American settlers comparatively recently in the mid-19th century. They passed along traditions and beliefs through legends. A dirt shelf around the pit was used for storage. That year gold was discovered on the … Many articles were made from wood by Hupa men.� They The men also made utensils from elk horn. The tribe is also made up of the Karuk and Tolowa tribes. The White Deerskin Dance and the Jump Dance are two very different ceremonial dances. b. dome-shaped houses made of willow branches and whalebone. The Hupa had very interesting houses. In the chins.� Both women and men had their ears pierced so they could wear shell Only the women and children slept in the house. land) in their area to survive. The salmon were caught in the Trinity River� in the spring and in the fall Plank Houses. The Miwok lived in dirt-covered houses and the Hupa lived in rectangular houses built by cedar-wood planks. People entered the house through a small round hole cut at one corner, and also wove cradles for the babies, caps for the women to wear, and special Elkhorn spoons were used just by the men. We hope you and your family enjoy the NEW Britannica Kids. Hupo.� The Hupa people called themselves Natinnoh-hoi, after was needed, robes made of animal skins were worn over the shoulders by both The Story of Dug-from-Ground: Hupa legend about a magical boy. Each village had a leader called the Ma’ chiqal. After they gathered enough fish for the coming year, others would use it. The planks were set in an upright rectangular shape surrounding a pit. the sweathouses.� There were several in each village, built in much the same Population: Hupa villages were usually located on the flats above the riverbanks. and stone knives as weapons.� To protect themselves in battle, men wore heavy into the roof. See more ideas about native american peoples, native american, american indians. These women were trained for their roles and kept all the laws of the people within their heads. Their heritage language is Hupa, which is a member of the Athabaskan language family. The most elaborate ceremonies were the White Deerskin smaller animal skins sewn together, around their hips.� Women wore skirts The name Hupa is derived from the Yurok word for the valley Hupo. For ceremonies, women wore double aprons, with a larger We’ve been busy, working hard to bring you new features and an updated design. Did hupa tribe have horses? Women and children slept in houses made of cedar. 28-ene-2016 - Los hupa son una tribu india na-dené del grupo meridional californiano. with woodpecker scalps.� Before each dance, there was a long recital of sacred Canoes were used by the Hupa for transportation on the which they cut from logs.� The planks were set upright in a rectangular shape A lower spot inside the house had rocks in the middle for a fire to be built. Hupa Indian Folklore Hupa Texts: Collection of Hupa myths and legends. Today, many Hupa live on the Hoopa Valley Reservation, which, unlike many other native reservations, is located on original Hupa lands. Improved homework resources designed to support a variety of curriculum subjects and standards. They used tools made from stone and shell to shape storage chests, platters and bowls out of cedar. The Ma’ chiqal had to have patience, wisdom, and skill. stream that supplied drinking water. White Deerskin Dance, the dancers held white deerskins up on long poles as his wealth, he also inherited the position of headman.� When girls married, Hupa people migrated from the north into northern California around 1000 CE and settled in Hoopa Valley, California (Hupa: Natinook). The dam is made of X-framed posts that are pounded into the river bed from one side of the river to the other. Please note: Text within images is not translated, some features may not work properly after translation, and the translation may not accurately convey the intended meaning. Yurok were costal people and culturally very similar to the Hupa. While most believe that the Miwok settlements date back to the migrations from Asia approximately 20,000 years ago over the Bering Strait Bridge, certain sources also mention that the Miwoks were descendants of Siberians who entered California about 3,000 years ago by sea.Before their run-in with European Americans in 1769, they lived in small groups or tri… Usually these houses were made from a cone-shaped frame of wooden poles placed over a basement-like hole dug into the ground. Then the boy fished and they dried the fish and stored them away. Pieces cut from tree roots were woven in between the hazel branches to form After translating an article, all tools except font up/font down will be disabled. Many articles were made from wood by Hupa men. Language group : Athapascan branch of the Nadene linguistic stock House . he was dug up).� Each village had a headman who was the richest man.� Traditional Yurok villages were small collections of independent houses owned by individual families. shells as spoons.�. The same safe and trusted content for explorers of all ages. They may dream for information, have special medicinal skills, speak directly with the divine, or see things that other people cannot see. In the fall, when the rains cause the rivers to rise, the river flips the dam over and washes it away. It will be made from the source listed in the parentheses after the number. way as the larger houses but with lower walls.� The door was an opening cut them with the Yurok, who lived near the redwood trees along the coast. Then the frame would be covered with bark and tule reeds. level land than other sections of the river valley.� The valley, one or two He had certain hunting and fishing rights, and others in the village obeyed and ferns. The name Chimariko comes from a word in their language, chimar, which means ... although they were made in a similar style. Any survivors became part of the Hupa. of the house was also made from cedar planks placed in an overlapping pattern.� The Hupa women did most of the basket weaving.� The technique A fire pit was in the center of the house and there was a hole in the roof that allowed smoke to escape. of the ceremonies.�. The men enforced the law, but the Lillies of the Valley knew the laws. They filled their house with dried meat. Find answers now! Location: there.� A dirt shelf around the pit was used for storage.� The pitched roof Only the shells that were more than an inch and one-half in length were considered What were Cahto homes like in the past? The Hupa are Native Americans from northern California. They made tools from resources in their environments. The homes of the Sioux tribe were made out of buffalo hides. in the forests, sometimes with the help of trained dogs.� Traps made of iris-fiber The Hupa have what they call Ki te taw, or “Indian Doctors” in English. Dance and the Jumping Dance.� Each of these dances lasted 10 days. Grapevines are woven together to create gates that act as barriers to salmon. The Hupa … Nowadays, the Hupa tribe count nearly 3,000 persons. Over a 10-day period, the dancing is performed at seven different spots around the Trinity River and Bald Hill. They still perform this ceremony today. How were the California Indian groups alike? The Hupa built their houses from cedar or fir planks out less than a mile apart on the eastern side of the river, so that they By The River She Made Baskets: Hupa legend about the children of a water spirit. Large logs made out of fir and oak trees are placed on the posts and span the width of the river. Like the Hupa, the Redwood Creek Indians called themselves Di ning’. In Hupa ceremonies, there were at least two different dance leaders. Men slept and took sweat baths in … were gathered each fall.� After being ground into flour, the acorns were cooked A spot had been dug under the wood for the house. Villages varied in size from about 50 to 200 people living The Fish Dam, or Ehs Na ning ai, is an annual Hupa ceremony and community project. stone-tipped arrows to kill the deer and elk.� Rabbits, squirrels, and birds thongs.���, The Hupa carried on trade with the Yurok who lived along The region that the Hupa lived in was more plentiful with acorns than the Yuroks … Their red cedar-planked houses, dugout canoes, basket hats, and many elements of their oral literatureidentify them with their northern origin; however, some of their customs, … HUPA (aka Hoopa) Geographical region : California. These two tribes were similar in their language, culture, and politics. The middle for a fire to be the time they are most in tune with creation te taw or. A similar style of content, designed specially to meet the what were the hupa houses made of needs of Chimariko. Older boys slept in houses made of wood, with low walls and a pitched roof because. 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