Yes. The ancestral Tataviam is a regional group tied to the Santa Clarita valley and upwards into the Antelope Valley. However, be careful not to confuse this with the present-day Tribe, which sometimes gets abbreviated as “Tataviam” also. The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Missions is made up of not only the descendants of the ancestral Tataviam, but also of the Chumash, Serrano, and Pipímaramm and more. Many Tribal Citizens today still live in traditional Tataviam territory.
Remember: When you are referencing the Tribe, it is important to use present tense.