The Shasta tribe is a Native American group that traditionally lived in the area that is now northern California. They have a rich cultural history that includes hunting and gathering, as well as fishing and trading.
They also have a complex religious and spiritual belief system that includes the use of ritual ceremonies and the use of sacred objects.
The Shasta people have a long history of interactions with non-Native peoples, including conflicts with early settlers, as well as more peaceful interactions such as trade.
Unfortunately, their population was greatly reduced by European contact and forced relocation to Indian reservations. Today, the Shasta Tribe is a federally recognized tribe with a small population.