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Mondo's NAT # 019 - Ahantchuyuk
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Native American Tribe series.
The Ahantchuyuk (sometimes called the Pudding River or French Prairie Indians) held territory from just north of present-day Salem, Oregon, across French Prairie to the upper Willamette Falls, and along the Pudding and lower Molalla Rivers. Indians above the Willamette Falls were called the Wil-lamt and those below the Multnomah (who were Upper Chinooks, not Kalapuyans) .
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