Merriam gives two names for the tribelet occupying the Indian Creek region.
The next social group, larger than the family, was the tribelet.
This is the name for the tribelet between the upper waters of Bull Cr.
This tribelet is the "sko-den ke-ah" of the Eel River Wailaki.
He says the yu-e-yet-te ke-ah was the tribelet north of Chamise Creek.
This is given as the Mattole R. area, possibly a tribelet designation.
Goddard says the region was occupied by a tribelet called sEƚtchikyokaiya, "rock red large people."
The name is nearly the same as that of the lowermost village of the tribelet.
When a man marries a woman from a distant locality, he goes to her tribelet and identifies himself with her people.
There is close agreement on the boundaries of the northernmost Wailaki tribelet on the western side of the Eel.