Wappato


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Wap´pa`to


n.1.(Bot.) See Wapatoo.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yvonne Hajda notes that one of the plankhouses in the Portland area reached 471 feet ("Notes on Indian Houses of the Wappato Valley," Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 28 [1994]: 184).
Ki-a-kuts asked the other members of the band if they wanted to trade their land around Wappato Lake for a portion of the Grand Ronde Valley.
Women, children, and probably older men harvested food staples such as camas and wappato roots, acorns and berries, while men fished and hunted.