Mexican Museum, Ethnic, Historic and contemporary art and culture of the Latino,
..... website, California Indian history and culture from an Indian perspective.
When Spanish ships landed at Guanahani, on October 12, 1492, the Greater ... of
southern Mexico; the great central Mexican city Teotihuacán (200 BC–ca.
When the Spanish moved up the California coast, they established control of ... "
Everything reminded us of a habitation in Saint Domingo, or any other West
Indian slave colony… ... Picture This is a project of the Oakland Museum of
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 ...
Navajo Second Phase Women's Blanket Design Rug, ca. ... to purchase a large
portion of the Donald and Dorothy Cordry collection of Mexican Indian costumes.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. The Buchsbaum Gallery of Southwestern
Pottery The Buchsbaum Gallery features each of the Pueblos of New Mexico and
The Bowers Museum holds in its collection more than 120,000 works of art. ...
pieces, this collection is strongest in sculpture from the ancient cultures of West
Mexico. ... by William and Alberta McCloskey and a California plein air collection.
Many items from Southern California and Mexico were collected by Melicent and
... Plains Indians Collection: The approximately 1,500 pieces include clothing, ...
Oct 20, 2010 ... The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian and the ...
documentary shot in Mexico and California that explores the joyous and ...
www.csus.edu/anth/museum/pdfs/Past and Present Acorn Use in Native California.pdf
For thousands of years, acorns were life for the majority of California Indian
peoples. As a staple food ... Anthropology Museum, California State University,
Sacramento .... California was under the rule of the Mexican Republic until 1846.