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    Took a back road from Bakersfield, CA to Ventura, CA via Ojai. This is Chumash Indian, Condor country...the Los Padres National Forest. Wild and wonderful.

    Chumash Indian Museum - Welcome to the Chumash Indian Museum website

    Native Americans in Los Angeles and Ventura County: the Chumash Indians, a coastal tribe.

    Badwater Road in Death Valley, California

    Chumash Indian Cave Painting

    Rock Paintings of the Chumash Indians

    San Fran.

    Chumash Indians. [ We called ourselves “the first people,” and pointed to the Pacific Ocean as our first home. Many elders today say that Chumash means “bead maker” or “seashell people.” The Chumash Indians were able to enjoy a more prosperous environment than most other tribes in California because we had resources from both the land and the sea. ]


    heading home off Hwy. 41, San Luis Obispo County, Atascadero California USA

    California roadtrip.

    either way, California is beauty - travel - adventure

    Feel for the folks who laid this down. Death Valley, California.

    California's Chumash Indians, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History 1996

    A system of aqueducts were built by Chumash Indians between 1805–1815 to meet the needs of the Mission population and consisted of both ditches and elevated stone masonry. The watercourse ran from a point on the Ventura River about ½ mile north of the remaining ruins and carried the water to holding tanks behind the San Buenaventura Mission, a total of about 7 miles (11 km). The entire water distribution system was destroyed by floods and abandoned in 1862. #juniper300

    Chumash Homes

    Lion Canyon Falls, Los Padres National Forest

    Painted Cave Art of the Chumash Indians Indigenous peoples of Southern California

    We stopped by the Chumash Indian Museum in the Lang Ranch section of Thousand Oaks today and I took this quick video of the entrance and part of the museum. ...

    Dusty Roads Duffel Bag

    A trip to Oak Brook Regional Park Chumash Indian Museum. This museum has two parts, one is a reconstruction of a typical Chumash Settlement...