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Klamath River Indian Tribes consist of the Yurok, Hoopa, Karuk and Klamath Tribes. Here we try to
consolidate the tribal tours, news, lawsuits, casinos, negotiations, and articles for our readers.


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Indian Matters on the Klamath - link to treaties, case-law, background and resources, researched by Marcia Armstrong. Water rights of non-Indian purchasers of Klamath Indian Reservation lands, To: Commissioner of Indian Affairs From Solicitor 3/14/58 Karuk Tribal members' petition against Klamath Dam removal, 11/25/08



Casinos/Gaming/Political Contributions

Lawsuits, bills & laws

Articles and History


Indians Other Places




Tribal Government Corruption


Forest tour by the Klamath Tribes, 10/17/03. Transcript from videotape

Hoopa Tribe helps Karuks gain a fishing right., and Karuk plant to buy a power plant: the Karuks who fish Klamath River and sue everyone else who mines or creates hydropower.10/25/07 New Web site networks info for off-reservation Yuroks, Times Standard 1/20/08

What does the settlement mean to the future of the Klamath Tribes, re-posted to KBC 10/17/10 

2006-2007 closed-door FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) Settlement Negotiations with Klamath River Tribes with several environmental groups, government agencies, County Officials, and Klamath Water Users Association, regarding river flows, water rights, removal of 4 Klamath River dams producing power for 70,000 households annually, land retirement, power rates. You stakeholders are not privy to their talks regarding your rights, your power, your land, your water.
NEGOTIATIONS Table of Contents with Klamath Tribes, Klamath Water Users Association, and Klamath Basin Rangeland Trust regarding returning the Winema/Fremont National Forest to the Klamath Tribes
California Dept of Water Resources link to tribal meetings for control of water, posted 1/30/08    
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