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"Nuemeechue son' cheeeshep', mee' kue weykonee wee'.(There are all kinds of flowers, because the creator finished all of that.)" - Yurok Nation elder Alice Spott provided a detailed recording of her Yurok language in the 1960s. It is one of the First Languages of North America which is currently spoken only by grandparents and they speak the language partially and infrequently.
Yurok indians seek land for a tribal park on the North Pacific Coast - Coastal Care
Yurok Indian- Yuroks are a sedentary coastal hunter/gatherer Pacific Coast Indian nation that relies heavily on fishing. They occupy the valley of the lower Klamath River and the neighboring coast. The Yuroks, whose name means “downriver people” are Native Americans whose ancestors, have lived for at least 10,000 years near the Pacific Ocean coast of Northern California.
The Forest Cafe is a unique and amazing dining experience. The dining room reflects the natural wonders and beauty of our Redwood Country in Klamath, California. In the forest environment, a 26 foot high mural depicts the "Monarchs of the Mist". The ceiling is covered by foliage giving the feeling of dining in the forest.