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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) The Chilula were an Athapaskan tribe who inhabited the area on or near lower Redwood Creek, in Northern California, some 500 to 600 years before contact with Europeans. The Chilula have since been incorporated into the Hoopa tribe and live mainly on the Hoopa Reservation. Contents 1 Historic Villages 2 Legacy 3 References 4 See also Historic Villages The tribe's originally had 18 villages: Howunakut, Noleding, Tlochime, Kingkyolai, Kingyukyomunga, Yisining'aikut, Tsinsilading, Tondinunding, Yinukanomitseding, Hontetlme, Tlocheke, Hlichuhwinauhwding, Kailuhwtahding, Kailuhwchengetlding, Sikingchwungmitahding, Kinahontahding, Misme, and Kahustahding. Legacy A 205' Cherokee-class US Navy oceangoing tugboat was christened the USS Chilula (WATF-153) in 1945, and recommissioned in 1958 as the United States Coast Guard Cutter Chilula (WMEC-153), serving until 1991. References Alfred Louis Kroeber, Handbook of the Indians of California, Volume 1, Kessinger Publishing, 2006, pp. 137-141. See also Population of Native California Native Americans in California v · d · ePopulation groups of Native California Achomawi · Atsugewi · Bay Miwok · Cahuilla · Chemehuevi · Chimariko · Chumash · Coast Miwok · Cupeño · Eel River Athapaskans (Lassik, Nongatl, Sinkyone, Wailaki) · Esselen · Gabrielino (Tongva) · Halchidhoma · Hupa (Chilula, Whilkut) · Juaneño (Acjachemen) · Karuk · Kato · Kawaiisu · Kitanemuk · Kumeyaay (Diegueño, Ipai, Tipai) · Lake Miwok · Luiseño · Maidu · Mattole (Bear River) · Modoc (Klamath) · Mohave · Mono (Monache, Owens Valley Paiute) · Nomlaki · Northern Paiute · Ohlone (Costanoan) · Patwin · Pomo · Quechan (Yuma) · Salinan · Serrano · Shasta (Konomihu, Okwanuchu) · Tataviam · Timbisha · Tolowa · Tübatulabal · Valley and Sierra Miwok · Wappo · Washoe · Wintu · Wiyot · Yana · Yokuts · Yuki · Yurok This article relating to the Indigenous peoples of North America is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e