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Amazing Acorns: The Chumash staple food

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3. To shell acorns, the Chumash would find small holes in the rocks and place the acorn point side down. A heavy rock was used to smack the other end of the acorn once or twice to crack it. a. The shell was removed to reveal a slightly fuzzy skin surrounding the seed. b.

Chumash Revolt of 1824, California – Legends of America

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The Chumash Revolt of 1824 was an uprising of the Chumash Indians against the Spanish and Mexican presence in their ancestral lands of California.Starting at Mission Santa Ines and spreading to Mission Santa Barbara, and Mission La Purisima, the revolt was the largest organized resistance movement to occur during the Spanish and Mexican periods in California.

The Chumash | Old Mission Santa Inés

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The Spanish explorers and Missionaries were quite taken with the Chumash of the Santa Barbara Channel region. The peaceful native impressed the explorers with their friendliness, hospitality, creative abilities, and talents. The chaplain of the 1776 Anza Expedition, Father Pedro Font, described the Indians in his writings: "I surmise that these Indians, who are so ingenious and so industrious ...

Chumash Language and the Chumash Indian Tribe (Barbareno ...

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Chumash Indian Languages The Chumash languages are considered by some linguists to be part of the Hokan family of languages, possibly related most closely to Salinan. There were once at least three distinct Chumashan languages--Northern Chumash (Obispeño), Island Chumash (Ysleño or Cruzeño), and Central Chumash, (with four dialects, Barbareño, Ineseño, Purisimeño, and Ventureño, some of which …

Chumash Indians - California Indian Tribes

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The Chumash roasted meat and fish over the fire and made shellfish into soup. Acorns, the most important plant food, took a long time to prepare. Dried, shelled acorns were ground to a powder with a stone mortar and pestle. The Chumash were a hunter-gatherer tribe, and even though they were sedentary, they did not farm the land.

History of Chumash indians in Ventura County

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Chumash Indians. Rafael, a Chumash who shared cultural knowledge with Anthropologists in the 1800s. The Chumash are a Native American tribe who historically inhabit mainly the southern coastal regions of California, in the vicinity of what is now Santa Barbara and Ventura, extending as far south as Malibu.

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Chumash Casino Resort | California Casino Resort in Santa Ynez

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What Did the Chumash Eat? | Synonym

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The Chumash Indians inhabited the southern California coast for thousands of years prior to European settlement. First the Spanish conquistadors and then American settlers nearly wiped them out; today, the Chumash culture is not recognized by the American government. One band, the Santa Ynez Samala tribe, is the only remaining remnant of a once ...

Chumash | Encyclopedia.com

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Chumash territory has been inhabited for at least 9,000 years. Archaeologists (scientists who study the remains of ancient cultures) speculate that the Chumash had assumed control of what is now southern California by about 1000. Once one of the largest Native groups in California, the tribe carried on a lively business with its neighbors, trading soapstone (a carvable soft stone made into articles such as pipes and bowls), acorns, shells, beads, fish, and other items for animal skins, herbs,...

chumash indian social studies - archaeolink.com

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Chumash Indian Tribe __ "Chumashan Family. A linguistic family on the coast of south California, known also as Santa Barbara Indians. Like most Californian aborigines, they appear to have lacked an appellation of general significance, and the term Chumash, the name of the Santa Rosa islanders, is arbitrarily chosen for convenience to designate ...

What Type of Shelter Did the Chumash Indians Live In ...

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The Chumash lived in a house called an "ap." This shelter was shaped like half an orange and was made into a circle shape with willow poles that were bent in at the top in order to form a dome, and smaller saplings or branches were tied on crosswise.

Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park (Santa Barbara ...

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You'll find the Chumash Painted Cave off Hwy 154 about 6 miles north of the 101 frwy in Santa... read more. Reviewed December 1, 2019. “Very hard to find” Twisted narrow road will take you to steel gate in the rock. The paintings are visible through the... read more. Reviewed December 19, 2018. Chicago, Illinois. Read all 64 reviews.

About Us - Chumash Indian Museum

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The Oakbrook Park Chumash Indian Corporation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, continues to manage and operate the museum and surrounding 25 acres of interpretive trails in cooperation with the CRPD.

Chumash - definition of Chumash by The Free Dictionary

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Chumash synonyms, Chumash pronunciation, Chumash translation, English dictionary definition of Chumash. n. pl. Chumash or Chu·mash·es A member of any of a group of Hokan-speaking Native American peoples formerly inhabiting the southern California coastal...

Chumash Style of Clothing About special clothes, Men ...

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Chumash Style of Clothing Overall, the garments of the Chumash people includes the fur robes for winter, the kilts or aprons for the warm season and leggings. However, In Chumash Style of Clothing, they also wore a one-piece moccasin that was partnered with long tops that were enveloped about the calf but in warmer weather, they did not use ...

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