NLAKA'PAMUX  () (Thompson) are an Interior SALISH people in south-central BC occupying communities along the FRASER Canyon as far south as YALE, along the lower THOMPSON R and in the NICOLA R valley. They relied on the rich SALMON runs that arrived in the RIVERS every summer, as well as hunting and gathering PLANT foods. They lived communally during the winter in villages of semi-subterranean pit houses (see ARCHITECTURE, ABORIGINAL),...

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