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Lohim

 

 

Ethnie: LOHIM
Language: Western Numic
Family: Numic
Stock: Uto-Aztecan
Phylum: Aztec-Tanoan
Macro-Culture: Great Basin
Speakers 0
      The Lohim, if they ever existed, were a nomadic hunter/gatherer closely related to the Northern Paiute which entered Oregon at a late period.  They would have been located about Willow Creek, a southern tributary of the Columbia.
Aboriginal Locations
?
Oregon Present Locations
Extinct if they ever existed
Year History
No recorded historical events
Year U.S. Population Source
1700 ? NAHDB calculation 
1800 ? NAHDB calculation
1870 114 Swanton
1900 0 NAHDB calculation
2000 0 NAHDB calculation
Other speakers of the same language:
Bannock, Northern Paiute
Lohim Sites:
John Day Fossil Beds  http://www.nps.gov/archive/joda/lee/lee1-2.htm
Mono-Paviotso Indian Tribe  http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/shoshoni/monopaviotsoindianhist.htm

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