Nomlaki People

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Nomelaki, Kyle Lohse a member of the Nomelaki Nation, is a right handed pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals..jpg

Tribal Headquarters[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

The Nomelaki (also spelled Nomlaki, Nome Lackee, etc.) traditionally lived in the central  part of the Sacramento Valley, in Tehama and Glenn Counties. They are the central division of the Wintun Tribe. From 1854 to 1863, they occupied their own reservation called the Nome Lackee Reservation, and for a time also lived on the Round Valley Reservation. Some of their descendants now reside on the Grindstone Rancheria[1].

Brief Timeline[edit | edit source]

1833: Epidemic kills many

1848: California becomes part of the United States

1854: Nome Lackee reservation is established in Tehema county, California

1861: White settlers took over the land at Nome Lackee and indentured many Indians.

1863: Nome Lackee land began to be sold

1864-: The tribe removed to Round Valley

1906: Grindstone Creek rancheria established in Glenn county, California

1920: Paskenta rancheria is established in Tehema county, California

1961: Paskenta rancheria is terminated


Additional References to the History of the Tribe[edit | edit source]

Agencies[edit | edit source]

Nome Lackee Agency

Round Valley Agency

Reservations / Rancheria's[edit | edit source]

Nome Lackee Reservation

Round Valley Reservation

Grindstone Creek Rancheria

Paskenta Rancheria

Superintendency[edit | edit source]

California Superintendency

Bands or Groups of the Nomelaki and Their Reservations or Rancherias[edit | edit source]

Records[edit | edit source]

The majority of records of individuals were those created by the agencies. Some records may be available to tribal members through the tribal headquarters.They were (and are) the local office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and were charged with maintaining records of the activities of those under their responsibility. Among these records are:

Correspondence and Census[edit | edit source]

Tribe Agency

Location of

Original Records

Pre-1880 Correspondence

M 234 RG 75 Rolls

Roll Number

FHL

Film

Number

Post-1885 Census

M595 RG 75 Rolls

Roll Number

FHL

Film

Number

Nomelaki Round Valley Agency, 1893-1920 San Fransico - 12, 447-49 581441-581443

Important Websites[edit | edit source]

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. California Indians [1]