California Indian History & Truths
California Governemt & Protection Act of Indians, of 1950
* The Justice of the Peace would have jurisdiction over all complaints between Indians and Whites; "but in no case shall
a white man be convicted of any offense upon the testimony of an Indian or Indians."
History of California Indians - is an 8 part historical fact of the suffering of Indian California People. It relates a fairly accurate picture of the brutality and inhumane treatment that the California Indian People endured at the hands of, Catholic Church, the Spanish, the Mexicans, and the Americans. As told by the National Parks Service.
California Indian History Chronological Outline 1539 -2000
California History Hidden Geneocide
California Indian History Short Overview (MS Word Doc)
California Indian History Short Overview (CNAHC Web Site)
Southern California Indian Outbreak 1851
Alcatraz Island Occupation (History Past & Present)
California Militia & Expeditions against Indians 1850-1859
Bringram Young "Morman" - INDIAN HOSTILITIES AND TREACHERY, CONSEQUENCES OF DISOBEDIENCE (This is Scary Reading)
Original Copy of the Eighteen Unratified Lost Treaties
Intro to Eighteen Unratified Treaties of 1851 -1852
Guaranteed United States citizenship to Mexican citizens in California and recognition of their land titles. Indigenous Californians were citizens in Mexican and Spanish Law. Their absolute title to the State of California was clear...and acknowledged by the united States. In this statement...
A.I.M. Mission Statement
The American Indian Movement Riverside is a proactive advocacy and educational organization concerned with promoting the unity and security of Indian communities, families, and drug free youth programs. The organization is dedicated to representing the many interests and concerns of all Native American Indian people, particularly renewal of spirituality to empower Indian people with dignity regarding political, social and legal issues, including cultural traditions and inherent sovereign rights.
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