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on ohlone land                                                                                                            ...
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  1. 1. on ohlone land Whenever the Indians took a plant they fixed the earth up pretty afterwards . . . It was like giving her back something she gave to us. People entered this area more than Ramona Garibay, 2004 Ohlone, Pomo, Miwok and Yokuts descendant 12,000 years ago and were among the first of a long migration of peoples and their cultures into the American continents. About 2,500 years ago, a group now called the Ohlone settled in the Bay Area. T he Ohlone cared for their families T he ancestral land rights of the Ohlone were and their needs for food, fuel, and swept away by Spanish missions, Mexican ranches shelter, changing the landscape over and US settlements, as new cultures took root. time while respecting the delicate balance of their natural environment. The Ohlone burned fields so that plants they used for food could get more sunlight. They harvested seeds, leaves and roots of over 500 native plants. They hunted deer and other animals for food. They also ate fish caught in the waterways of the area. I n the early 1900s, This special garden The signs in the Ring of Native Plants Ohlone descendants were shows some of the give the plant names in able to record how their ancestors used the native native plants of the four languages. plants of the region. East Bay and tells in the Chochenyo or Ohlone people today are Rumsien branch of the how the Ohlone recovering this heritage. Ohlone language group used them. in Spanish in English Illustrations by Ukrainian artist Louis Choris, who came to California in Latin, for the plant’s with a Russian exploring expedition in 1816. He created sensitive and scientific name significant images of the Ohlone people under Spanish and Mexican rule. Los folletos traducidos al español sobre todos los señalamientos se encuentran en Peralta House Coù caùc taäp saùch dòch sang tieáng Vieät cho taát caû caùc baûng hieäu taïi Peralta House.

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