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CaptionThe Bay Miwok were a cultural and linguistic group of Miwok a Native American people in Northern California who lived in Contra Costa County. They joined the Franciscan mission system during the early nineteenth century suffered a devastating population decline and lost their language as they intermarried with other native California ethnic groups and learned the Spanish language. The Bay Miwok were not recognized by modern anthropologists or linguists until the mid-twentieth century. ___________ In 1955 linguist Madison Beeler recognized an 1821 vocabulary taken from a Saclan man at Mission San Francisco as representative of a Miwok language _________________ Ohlone Indians. The Bancroft Library is the primary special collections library at the University of California Berkeley.
HeadlineBay Miwoks who lived in Contra Costa County and joined the Franciscan mission system during the early 19th century suffered a devastating population decline and lost their language as they intermarried
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Bay_Miwok
CreditBancroft Library
SourceLouis Choris
URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bay_Miwok

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