KUMEYAAY INDIAN RESERVATIONS MAPS
DOWNLOAD "Lands of The Kumeyaay Nation" Map Poster.
KUMEYAAY.INFO provides a high-resolution 8x9-inch printable JPEG Kumeyaay Map in its Press Kit FOR NON-PROFIT EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY.
GARY G. BALLARD built the Kumeyaay Nation map of the California Indian homelands from scratch using Adobe® Photoshop®. Map © 2001 G. BALLARD • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED • Kumeyaay map includes the 13 federally-recognized Kumeyaay Indian reservations in Southern California, San Diego County, and the four Kumiai tribal villages ejidos rancheros rancherias rural ranchos Indigenous community ranches in northwest Baja California, Mexico.
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CURRENT KUMEYAAY BANDS:
UNITED STATES Southern California Kumeyaay reservations Kumeyaay bands:
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians
Barona Band of Mission Indians
Santa Ysabel Band of Diegueño Indians
San Pasqual Band of Indians
Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians Cuyapaipe
Jamul Indian Village
Campo Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
BAJA CALIFORNIA MEXICO Kumeyaay tribes Kumeyaay bands Kumiai community:
San Jose de la Zorra
San Antonio Necua
Santa Catarina (Kumeyaay Paipai Pai-Pai)
Juntas de Neji
INDIGENOUS INDIANS OF GREATER SAN DIEGO COUNTY MAP:
LUISENO Luiseño Indian bands:
La Jolla, Pala Band of Mission Indians, Rincon San Luiseno Band of Mission Indians, Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, Pauma Yuima...
CAHUILLA CUPENO bands:
Los Coyotes Band of Mission Indians Cahuilla Cupeno Indians Cupeño, Warner Springs, CA
Cocopah Indian Tribe, Somerton, AZ
Cucapa Indian village, El Mayor, Baja California, Mexico
Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, Winterhaven, CA
HISTORICAL Southern California Indian Maps 1700s 1800s 1900s
A Mike Connolly Miskwish (Campo) Kumeyaay Map details all the 2005 Indigenous California Indian tribes, the Native American Indian reservations of the greater Southern California area, and contrasts them with the Indigenous Kumeyaay territory of 1769.
Five more Mike Connolly Miskwish (Campo) Maps may be accessed from KUMEYAAY.INFO.
These five maps detail Kumeyaay points of history, the arrival of the Spanish 1769, the Spanish expansion into Kumeyaay Indigenous territory 1798, the maximum extent of Spanish control 1822, the Kumeyaay attacks on the Spanish to regain their lands 1836-1842, the Treaty of Santa Ysabel 1852.