Here is isome more information about the Wapato tubers, how the were cooked and the Clatsop- Nehalem people who clearly ate the same tubers as found in the previous post.
Topic: Clatsop Indians Pt 2 What they ate
Below is an exerpt from the offical site for the Clatsop-Nehalem tribes
Web site: clatsop-nehalem.com
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CLATSOP-NEHALEM PEOPLE
Since long before European people first arrived on our shores, there has been a Clatsop-Nehalem people.
Most Clatsops dwelled along the northern Oregon coast from the Columbia River to Tillamook Head near Seaside, while most Nehalem-Tillamook dwelled in villages from Tillamook Head to well south of Tillamook Bay. Yet, the lines between these two people were by no means sharp, geographically or socially. The Clatsop and Nehalem peoples shared resource harvesting areas, such as the rich berry picking grounds of Clatsop Plains, and visited the same sacred places, such as Saddle Mountain. They gathered together each summer to trade with visiting tribes, socialize, and conduct ceremonies at the large village near Tansey Point, in present-day Hammond, Oregon. In the winter, many gathered together in a mixed Clatsop-Nehalem village…
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