|NATIVE AMERICAN DOCUMENTARY California Indian tribes of Baja California Mexico, professional pictures pics high resolution panoramic landscapes and images of Native Californians still living on their indigenous tribal lands in ranchos ranches rancherias with natural mountain stream, willow trees and cottonwood grove in the desert scenery. Photos/Page/Design: GARY BALLARD|
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The Aldama Kumiai Rancho Tipai is located just across a natural mountain stream, far from anything that has to do with modern civilization and its conveniences.
The Kumeyaay California Indian rancheria is located on the edge of a remote mountain wilderness area about 70 miles south of the U.S.-Mexican border, and 30 miles east of Ensenada.
According to ARCHEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE including numerous Kumeyaay cave paintings in the area, the Kumeyaay Indians have lived in this area for thousands of years.
The surrounding countryside substantiates this fact with a large assortment of Kumeyaay Indigenous plants on Rancho Tipai that appear with greater concentration than would be expected to occur naturally.
Further, very large oak trees, many hundreds of years old, and beautiful oak groves provide the Kumiai Ranch area with large acorn harvests a staple of early Kumeyaay Indian diet.
Even further than that, many ancient grinding stones drilled into surrounding rocks evidence their was a lot of seed grinding further indicate Rancho Tipai is very old tribal village site that likely supported a large Kumeyaay Indian population.
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