Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon
The confederation consists of three tribes of the Pacific Northwest:
- The Sahaptin-speaking Tenino people, divided into four subtribes: Upper and Lower Deschutes (the Tygh and the Wyam), the Dalles Tenino, and the Dock-Spus (John Day);
- Two bands (The Dalles a.k.a. the Ki-gal-twal-la, and Dog River) of Wasco Indians who spoke a dialect of Upper Chinook
- The Northern Paiutes, who speak an offshoot of the Uto-Aztecan language family related to Shoshonean, had a way of life very different from the Warm Springs and Wasco bands.
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