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Mondo's NAT # 097 - Callam
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Native American Tribe series.
Their name meaning "strong people," the Callam were a Salish tribe living on the south side of Puget Sound, Washington, extending from Port Discovery to the Hoko River. Later, they occupied Chimakum territory and established a village at Port Townsend. A comparatively small number found their way across to the south end of Vancouver Island and there was a large village on Victoria Harbor. They were said to be more closely related to the Songish than to any other tribe. By the mid 1800's, many had merged on to the Puyallup Reservation in Washington.
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Last Updated: on 12/8/2017 6:41:06 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:41 AM GMT)
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