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California Lodge History

  • Achewon Nimat (Oakland – W3S)
    • Machek N’Gult (Oakland)
    • Royaneh (San Francisco)
  • Amangi Nacha (Sacramento – W3N)
    • Kowaunkamish (Marysvile)
    • Mayi (Sacramento)
    • Tehama (Chico)
  • Cahuilla (Redlands – W4S)
    • A-tsa (1955 – 1974) – Ho-Mita Koda (1948 – 1952) (Redlands)
    • Navajo (1937 – 2006) ** (Ontario)
    • Tahquitz (1938 – 1973) (Riverside)
    • Wisumahi (1952 – 1973) (San Bernardino)
  • Chumash (Santa Barbara – W4N)
    • Canalino (Santa Barbara)
    • Chumash – Miwok – Cayucos (San Luis Obispo)
  • Hungteetsepoppi (Piedmont – W3S)
  • Kaweah (Alameda – W3S)
  • Malibu (Los Angeles/Sherman Oaks – W4N)
    • Tamet (West Los Angeles)
    • Walika (Los Angeles/Van Nuys)
  • Ohlone (San Mateo – W3S)
    • Pomponio (San Mateo)
    • Stanford-Oljato (Palo Alto)
  • Orca (Santa Rosa – W3N)
    • Cabrosha (Petaluma)
    • Mow-A-Toc (Eureka)
  • Puvunga (Long Beach – W4S)
  • Saklan (San Jose – W3S)
    • Esselen (Salinas)
    • Miwok (San Jose)
  • Spe-Le-Yai (Glendale – W4N)
  • Tah-Heetch (Fresno – W3S)
    • Mirimichi (Visalia)
    • Sha-Cha-Quoi (Fresno)
  • Talako (San Rafael – W3N)
  • Tiwahe (San Diego – W6W)
    • Ashie (San Diego)
    • Pang (El Centro)
  • Toloma (Modesto – W3S)
    • Sumi – Stanislaus (Stockton)
    • Yo-Se-Mite (Modesto)
  • Topa Topa (Camarillo W4N)
  • Tuku’Ut (Pasadena – W4N)
    • Navajo ** (Ontario)
    • Ta Tanka (Pasadena)
    • Siwinis (Los Angeles)
  • Ut-In-Selica (Pleasant Hill – W3N)
    • Oo-Yum-Buli (Walnut Creek)
    • Swegedaigea (Vallejo)
  • Wiatava (Costa Mesa – W4S)
    • Ahwahnee (Anaheim)
    • San Gorgonio (Santa Ana)
  • Yowlumne (Bakersfield – W4N)

* Does not include Tannu and Lo La’Qam Geela Lodges which have territory in California but Council Service Center is located out of state.
** Navajo was split along the County Line, with parts going to Ta Tanka and Cahuilla Lodges.

Last updated: April 2, 2021 at 13:32 pm