- Wiyot. // California Indians;1999, p45
Discusses the traditional way of life, population and language of Wiyot, one of the early California Indian groups that settled in the state's northern coast.
- LETTERS. Eidsness, Janet P.; McDermott, Betty Peters; Lotus, Trisha; Coy, Carol // Humboldt Historian;Summer2010, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p6
The article presents letters to the editor in response to articles on topics such as Wiyot Indian women and traditional Indian ceremonies, a photograph of a grandmother that appeared in the Spring 2010 issue, and the article "Hats off to Pickwick" in the Winter 2009 issue.
- HOME AT LAST. Kowinski, Bill // News from Native California;Fall2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p16
Focuses on the celebration which signified the transfer of a part of Indian Island in Humbolt, California, to the Wiyot tribe in California on June 25, 2004. History of the Island; Efforts of the tribe to reclaim the land; Highlights of the event; Impact of the transfer expected on the future...
- Eureka! Sacred Land Returned to Wiyot Tribe. Kowinski, Bill // Native Peoples Magazine;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p16
The article reports that 40 acres of the traditional center of Wiyot Tribes has been returned to the tribe by the city of Eureka, California. Wiyot land once included the ground under the present city of Eureka in extreme northern California, including the village of Tuluwat. In 1860, a...
- Candlelight vigil commemorates Indian Island. // Humboldt Historian;Mar/Apr1992, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p3
The article reports on the candlelight vigil held at Woodley Island, California in February 1992 to commemorate the victims of the 1860 Indian Island Massacre on Indian/Gunther Island, California, which was when Wiyot Indians were massacred by white settlers.
- CONTINUITY AND CHANGE: LIDDED TRINKET BASKET c. 1916. // Fine Art of California Indian Basketry;1996, p95
A chapter from the book "Fine Art of California Indian Basketry" is presented. It features the lidded basket of Elizabeth "Lizzie" Hickox, daughter of a German father and a Wiyot mother, Polly Conrad Steve, who was a weaver. It describes Elizabeth's weaving style as one of the finest. It cites...
- Candlelight Ceremony Remembers Indian Island Massacre. Hostler, Allie // News from Native California;Summer2006, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p41
The article describes the candlelight ceremony in California which took place on February 26, 2006 in memory of the 1860 Indian Island Massacre. Tribal leaders and members, people of all races, pastors and children gathered at the west end of Woodley Island to share song, poetry, and prayer by...
- Notices: DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. // Federal Register (National Archives & Records Service, Office of;9/6/2013, Vol. 78 Issue 173, p54905
The article offers information on several notices from the U.S. Department of Interior. The Fish and Wildlife Service has announced the accessibility of the recovery plan document for the southwest Alaska Distinct Population Segment (DPS). It mentions that the Bureau of Indian Affairs has...