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Kashaya is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kashaya books and related discussion.

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Explaining Kashaya Infixation
Prosodic Word Structure in Kashaya Reduplication* Eugene
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Post-Peninitial Accent in Kashaya: An Alternative to Initial Extrametricality keywords: Kashaya, extrametricality, non-finality, stress.
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State Parks, the Kashaya Pomo tribe, Caltrans, UC Berkeley, and SFSU.
Jamestown Klallam Diné Coast Miwok/Kashaya Pomo
ABALONE NATION. ELAINE GRINNELL. Jamestown Klallam.

Suggested News Resources

Five places to experience Russian culture
Learn about the Russian, Alaskan and Kashaya cultures that inhabited the fort, and visit the bookstore for the largest collection of Russian history in Northern California.
What's Happening at Farmers Market?
Yes, Kashaya's Brick Oven Pizza will be back this week. Garden Bakery, however, is taking the week off, as is Jen Lyon, our flower specialist.
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Chef Kashaya Adams, of Brick-Oven Pizza, will be serving food grown either at Emandal or nearby, Adams says. "John and Charline Ford will provide beef for pepperwood steak; Bill Harrington has donated part of his first deer of the season.

Suggested Web Resources

Kashaya language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kashaya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kashaya People. - Fort Ross
The Kashaya, the first people known to have lived in the area that is now Fort Ross, still live in this region.
Amazon.com: Kashaya Pomo Plants (9780930588861): Jennie
This is no colorful plant guide, but a key to the 150 common plants of coastal California which have been an important part of Pomo Indian life.
Kashaya Language and the Kashaya Pomo Tribe (Kashia)
Kashaya Pomo language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Kashaya Indians.

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