The above Mike Connolly historical "Kumeyaay Lands 1769-2000" map picture details the 2005 Indigenous California Indian tribes of the greater Southern California area and northern Baja California, Mexico, the Native American Indian reservations, and contrasts them with the Indigenous Kumeyaay territory of 1769 (gray area).
The above area is part of a 24- by 36-inch historical poster map which details the ancestral Kumeyaay territory and the Treaty of Santa Ysabel, 1852.
The Treaty of Santa Ysabel marked the entry of the northern portion of the Kumeyaay Diegueno Nation into the United States. Clan leaders from as far as Jacumba and San Diego met at Santa Ysabel to sign the treaty with the United States Indian agent, O.M. Wozencraft.
Although not ratified by the U.S. Senate, the agreements of the treaty served as the basis for future settlements in land claims and other disputes. The United States recognition of the Kumeyaay people as a nation within a nation is carried forward today under the concept of Tribal Sovereignty.
Five more Mike Connolly Campo Maps may be accessed from KUMEYAAY.INFO.
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KUMEYAAY.INFO provides a high-resolution, 8x9-inch printable JPEG graphic file in its Press Kit FOR NON-PROFIT USE ONLY.
GARY G. BALLARD built the Kumeyaay Nation map from scratch using Adobe® Photoshop®. Map © 2001 G. BALLARD • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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