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Tribelet chiefs might be either men or women. The office was inherited patrilineaIly. Costanoan men and boys usually went naked. Women wore aprons.
pacificahistory.wikispaces.com/ Costanoan+Indian+Tribe
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Water on the Land—The 1816 Coast People Historical Essay by Nancy J. Olmsted
foundsf.org image by Louis Choris
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olmsind6a
The Miwokan and the Costanoan [Ohlone] languages have been grouped into an Utian language family
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Penutian_languages
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Costanoan or Ohlone languages were all considered extinct by the 1950s but today are being "revitalized"
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ohlone_languages
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Ohlone Indians are separately petitioning the federal government for tribal recognition.
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Bay 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
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Bay_Miwok
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Legacy includes an all-male society that met in subterranean dance rooms puberty rites of passage shamanic intervention with the spirit world and in some areas an annual mourning ceremony
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Miwok_mythology
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Ohlone Indian Ceremonial Dance at Mission San Jose - 1806.
muwekma.org/
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