The Watlala are a group of Chinookan-speaking Native Americans. They inhabited the meadows of Sams Walker Day Use Site, near Skamania, Washington, and St. Cloud Ranch Day Use Site. An interpretive sign at Sams Walker states that the Watlata lived in earth-sheltered cedar plank homes. Another reports that they used willow branches to construct temporary structures.
- Hodge, Frederick Webb (1910). Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico 2. The Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology. p. 922.
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