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CaptionThe Ohlones are usually described as living a life of harmony with nature. Before anyone else they navigated San Francisco Bay on reed boats trading baskets clothes tools and decorative objects with other tribes. ___________________ "In the early part of the Twentieth Century the Department of the Interior "DOI" recognized the Muwkema Tribe as an Indian tribe under the jurisdiction of the United States. In more recent times however and despite its steadfast efforts the Muwekma Tribe has been unable to obtain federal recognition a status vital to the Tribe and its members." see muwekma.org for more info
HeadlineOhlone Indian Ceremonial Dance at Mission San Jose - 1806.
Copyright Noticemuwekma.org/
URLhttp://www.muwekma.org/

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