Native Americans of Riverside County, California (Images of America Series)
  • Native Americans of Riverside County, California (Images of America Series)
  • Native Americans of Riverside County, California (Images of America Series)

Native Americans of Riverside County, California (Images of America Series)

by Jeffrey A. Smith, Clifford Trafzer
     
 


The Colorado Desert lands that became Riverside County in the 19th century were home to diverse bands of California Indian people, including the Cahuilla, Gabrielino, Serrano, Luise-o, Chemehuevi, and Mojave tribes. Other Native Americans call the county home, including urban Indians who moved here in the 20th century. The tribes of Riverside County are survivors,…  See more details below

Overview


The Colorado Desert lands that became Riverside County in the 19th century were home to diverse bands of California Indian people, including the Cahuilla, Gabrielino, Serrano, Luise-o, Chemehuevi, and Mojave tribes. Other Native Americans call the county home, including urban Indians who moved here in the 20th century. The tribes of Riverside County are survivors, descendants of sovereign people who left their mark on the county's history eons before the first European explorers entered the land. These historic photographs depicting the tribes and their way of life were culled from the authors' personal archives as well as the collections of the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians Museum, Twenty-nine Palms Tribe, Riverside Municipal Museum, and the University of California, Riverside.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738546858
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
11/15/2006
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,364,724
Product dimensions:
6.56(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.38(d)

Meet the Author


Author Clifford Trafzer, a professor of American Indian history at UCR, has written books including Native Universe, Renegade Tribe, Death Stalks the Yakama, and Chemehuevi People. Jeffrey Smith, a history instructor at California State University, San Bernardino and San Bernardino Valley College, has written Made Beings, a history of the Cary Collection of Native American artifacts owned by the Cabazon and Twenty-nine Palms tribes.

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