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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Sastean Indians, (search)
Sastean Indians, A stock comprising the Autire of Shasta Valley, the Edohwe on Klamath River, and the Iruwai of Scott Valley, formerly inhabiting Siskiyou county, Cal., the region along the Klamath, and a portion of the territory of Oregon. At one time they had twenty-four villages, and numbered about 3,000. In 1899 there were twenty-four Sasteans at the Grande Ronde agency, and 487 at the Siletz agency, both in Oregon. They are also known as Shasta Indians.