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Honsading, California

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Honsading, California

Honsading (also, Aknutl, Hoonselton, Hoonsolton, Hun-sa-tung, Loonsolton, Oka-no, and Okahno) is a former Hupa settlement in Humboldt County, California.[1] It was located on right bank of the Trinity River near Hupa Valley; its precise location is unknown.[1]


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