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Indigenous peoples of California - Wikipedia


The Indigenous peoples of California (known as Native Californians) are the indigenous ... Prior to European contact, California Indians had 500 distinct sub- tribes or ... The southern and central c...

The Mexican Museum Welcomes New Board Members - The ...


... Loans Famous “Alebrijes” to the New Cholula Regional Museum in Puebla, Mexico ... Center of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in New ... honors inauguration of new museum in Mexico San Francisco, CA — Feb.

Heard Museum | Advancing American Indian Art


Advancing American Indian Art. ... Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market 2017. Grand Gallery. 17_Beauty_1. 2017 World Championship Hoop Dance ...



CALIFORNIA INDIAN BASKET MUSEUMS Kumeyaay basketry, basket makers, ... California basket artists of San Diego and northern Baja California, Mexico, ...

Mesoamerica/Caribbean - National Museum of the American Indian


When Spanish ships landed at Guanahani, on October 12, 1492, the Greater ... of southern Mexico; the great central Mexican city Teotihuacán (200 BC–ca.

Pacific House - California State Parks - State of California


Exhibits tell the exciting story of Monterey when it was the capital of Spanish and Mexican California. The Monterey Museum of the American Indian, located ...

Autry Museum of the American West |


The Autry is a museum dedicated to bringing together the stories of all peoples of the ... California Impressionism: The Gardena High School Collection ...

California Indian Museum and Cultural Center: CIMCC


Tells the story of California Indians and seeks to educate the public. Located in Santa Rosa, California.

Mexican Period: California Indian History - Mojave Desert


Mojave River Valley Museum ... Little by little, Mexican colonists moved into Alta California and occupied land granted to them by the ... For the mission Indians, who had actually made the transition to Spanish Catholic culture and who had lost ...

Native Ohlone - Museum on Main


The Ohlone Central California, from Point Sur to the San Francisco Bay, was home to the densest population of Indians north of Mexico. The term Ohlone, which ...