Henam? You have arrived at the web site of Nomlāqa Bōda. Welcome to our home on the Internet.We are the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.
From time immemorial, our ancestors lived and thrived in the regions surrounding the Paskenta area of California. Over time – our lands, our reservations, and even our federal recognition as a tribe were lost. Through hard work, our recognition as a tribe was restored in 1994.
Our Tribal Council welcomes you to our Web site. Here you can learn about the history and culture of our People.
Pōhon Nomlēaqah wałoyi tīnih būk — Phaskentimaq Winthūnhot ʻelhayūqi qʻāyit ʻelhenmahot ʻīna ʻelhenlēh boha. / An online dictionary of our Modern Nomlaki Language — for use by Members of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.
Phaskentimaq Nomlāqi Winthūnun ʻeleweqit nequma. / Learn more about our story as the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.
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Nomlāqa Bōda thōsun cʻēwem henpʻā lēaqulēh tʻihītulēh. / Contact a Nomlāqa Bōda site administrator with inquiries, comments, or questions.
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We are glad you stopped by:
- If you are a Tribal Member, you can sign in at the upper right-hand corner of this page to get information at any time.
- If you are a visitor to our Web site, we invite you to view the public areas of our site and learn about who we are and where we come from.
If you would like to contact us, you can email our site administrator.
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Paskenta seasonal & cultural photos provided by Dawson Media Group, Eli Castillo of Hot Pepper Studios, Cody Pata, and Brent Heffner.