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Siskiyou County

Native American Indians

Shasta Nation

Within Siskiyou County’s struggle to save its community and dams, there is an important battle being waged between Native American Indians and the federal government. The four Klamath River Dams sit on on the ancestral lands of the Shasta tribe, lands that include most of Siskiyou County and parts of Shasta County. The beautiful, majestic, and readily identifiable Mt. Shasta (shown in the banner) is named for their tribe, as is Shasta County. Understandably, the Shasta people want to preserve as much of their heritage as they can. Yet government, in its per-determined desire to destroy the dams, has largely ignored their concerns in favor of a plan that could ultimately lead to the destruction of ancient burial grounds and displacement of the Shasta Indians from their ancestral home.



Karuk Tribe

This battle involves the Karuk Indian tribe, a tribe that is native to the region but not the subject lands, and more specifically specific leaders of the tribe, not all Native America indians. John Martinez, former Karuk Economic Development Director, explains how the KBRA/KHSA Klamath River Dam Removal agreements will depopulate Siskiyou and neighboring counties, and exposes the corruption within the Karuk Tribal Council and the Karuk Department of Natural Resources.



  1. Shasta Tribe Wants Klamath River Dams

  2. Roy Hall, Jr.

  3. Roy Hall, Jr. is chairman of the Shasta Nation, the native american tribe for whom Mt. Shasta and Shasta County in Northern California are named. The four Klamath River dams, which government wants blown up, are located on the Shasta tribe’s ancestral lands, yet government ignores their pleas to keep the dams.

  4. Betty Hall

  5. Betty Hall, Roy’s mother, has painstakingly amassed a collection of information on the history of her people. She is an outspoken advocate of keeping the dams. The reservoirs cover ancestral burial grounds that the tribe wants preserved.

  6. hear: Betty & Roy Hall Jr. discussing the issues on the Walls In Our Minds radio show

  7. email: Roy Hall, Jr.

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