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California Native American Heritage Commission     View
This California commission is dedicated to the "preservation and protection of Native American human remains, associated grave goods and cultural resources." Its website features a map of cultural areas and native languages, a list of Nativ ...

California Department of Education: American Indian     View
This state government website contains "[p]rogram information for local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, and other entities about meeting the unique academic, cultural, and linguistic needs of American Indian students. ...

California Tribal Lands and Reservations     View
This color-coded map shows tribal-owned and federal land in California. Designations include Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), Forest Service (FS), Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), National ...

Chumash Indian Life     View
The Chumash are a California Native American tribe that can be traced back thousands of years. This site shows the history of the Chumash through a timeline, highlighting food, medicine, myths, games, dances, language, and cave painting. The early Ch ...

California Indians and Their Reservations     View
"A resource that lists all the American Indian groups in California, giving their reservations, locations, acreage, population, and contact information. Also includes many cultural and historical terms, and population statistics, with links to t ...

Bibliographies of Northern and Central California Indians     View
Forty-three independent tribal bibliographies, and a general bibliography of California Indians. Includes maps (tribal groups and corresponding California counties, linguistic groups), alternate names and spellings for tribal groups, and information ...

California Cultures     View
This site "documents California's rich history of diversity and multicultural contributions. This collection -- including photographs, documents, newspaper clippings, political cartoons, works of art, oral histories, and other primary sources -- ...

Ohlone/Costanoan Esselen Nation     View
This site has information about the name, homelands, history, and current status of "The First People of the Monterey Bay Area, California." There are no images other than a few snapshots from a recent tribal gathering.

The Repatriation of Ishi, the Last Yahi Indian     View
The Smithsonian Institution's 1999 progress report on the repatriation of the Yahi Indian Ishi's remains to his closest living relatives for ceremonial burial. From the Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology, National History of Natural Hist ...

News from Native California     View
A California Indian events calendar and a page of links to museums and cultural centers, tribes, and other resources about the state's native populations are the major features of this Web site. There is also an index of the print publication, a quar ...



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