CALIFORNIA INDIAN DOCUMENTARY on the California Indian tribes of Baja California Mexico, professional pictures photos pics images of Native California still living on their indigenous tribal lands.


The Aldama Kumiai rancho is located in what appears to be a very old Kumeyaay Native American Indian site.

Pictured here are tall oak trees next to the main house.
These oak trees are hundreds of years old.

The California Indians, the Kumeyaay aboriginal food source was based on acorns.
Acorns grow on oak trees.

The Kumeyaay rarely cut their oak trees because acorns were their staple food source for thousands of years in Southern California and northern Mexico.

The remote Aldama ranch has many large oak trees like these photographed.

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professional hihg-resolution pictures gallery of the plants and herbs used by indigenous Native American California Indian tribes of southwestern Southern California, features California white sage used in ceremony, yucca used for fiber and lotions, buckwheat used for medicinal teas, natural juncus uses for California Indian basketweaving.

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