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Shasta Literature

The Shasta nation probably acquired its name from a long ago chief named Sasti. They are located in California and Oregon, on the Klamath River from Indian and Thompson Creeks to the mouth of Fall Creek; in the drainage areas of two Klamath River tributaries, the Scott and Shasta rivers; and on the north side of the Siskiyou Mountains in Oregon on affluents of the Rogue River. All of these waterways are rich sources of fish for many tribes. Mount Shasta and Shasta County perpetuate the name of the Shasta Indians.

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