Yaquina people

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Yaquina originally denoted a tribe of Native Americans, now nearly extinct[citation needed], along with their language (an Alsean language that is also extinct, which is also known as Yakwina or Yakona). The remaining Yaquina people live on the Siletz Reservation in Oregon, and are mostly of mixed blood.[citation needed]

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