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Best San Diego Kumeyaay Museums:
BARONA CULTURAL CENTER and MUSEUM Lakeside, CA
The Barona Cultural Center and Museum is dedicated to preserving the Native American culture and history of San Diego County. With more than 2,000 artifacts, listening alcoves and diorama cases, the museum's historic treasures unfold many fascinating and inspiring stories of the Native American experience.
As San Diego County’s only museum on an Indian reservation dedicated to the perpetuation and presentation of the Native American culture, the Barona Museum offers a unique educational journey for visitors of all ages.
The museum's collection represents thousands of years of history - some objects dating as far back as 10,000 years - and it demonstrates the artistry and skill of the hemisphere's first inhabitants.
SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF MAN Balboa Park San Diego museumofman.org:
• PERMANENT KUMEYAAY EXHIBIT a popular destination for tourists, researchers, teachers, students and school classes field trips.
• Presents traditional Kumeyaay lifeways through displays of food supplies, dress and adornment, games, the arts of pottery and basketry, and traditional houses.
• A premier source for historical Kumeyaay artifacts historical San Diego Native American artifacts.
• Archives major collections of organized historical Kumeyaay Indians historical photos pictures.
• Maintains and exhibits major collections of historical Kumeyaay artifacts, Native American artifacts.
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY sandiegohistory.org
A premier source for large cataloged historical Native San Diego Kumeyaay photographic collections archives:
• The San Diego Historical Society MUSEUM LOCATIONS sandiegohistory.org
• Edward Harvey Davis Photo Gallery Pictures PHOTOS.
San Diego Nature Walks:
• MISSION TRAILS REGIONAL PARK
Mission Trails Visual & Interpretive Center
Kumeyaay Lake & Campground
Old Mission Dam
Location (east San Diego, near Santee):
One Father Junipero Serra Trail
San Diego, CA 92119
Telephone: 619.668.3281 & 619.668.3275
- 25 Recommended Hikes, nearly 6,150 acres of both natural and developed recreational acres.
• San Diego Natural History Museum WEBSITE sdnhm.org:
Canyoneers Nature Walks (Lake Hodges), hike through a variety of terrains, past a waterfall, and learn about Indian uses for plants in this area rich in Kumeyaay history.
• Cuyamaca Rancho State Park WEBSITE1 WEBSITE2 cuyamacaca.statepark.org:
Museum, hike to ancestral Native American Kumeyaay Indian sites, Diegueño Indians indigenous sites of San Diego County.
KUMEYAAY Indian store SHUMUP KO HUP (in Old Town San Diego State Park):
The Indigenous California Indian source to buy authentic fine California Indian Baskets Basketry by the Kumeyaay Indigenous peoples of Southern California Basket Makers, Kumeyaay Pottery, Kumeyaay Artifacts, Diegueño Artifacts, Native American Ribbon Dresses, Beaded Collars, Primative Native American War Clubs, Native American Bow and Arrows, KUMEYAAY BOOKS, Kumeyaay Music, Kumeyaay Bird Eagle Dancing, Kumeyaay Dolls, Kumeyaay Gifts and Kumeyaay Toys, Indigenous California Indian Jewelry, Native American Indian Crafts, ect. Retail Indian store gift shop, Native American Indian basket collector, buy and sell for sale, experts on California Indigenous people's artifacts, crafts, old and new. California Indian tribal center, host to Kumeyaay cultural events. Please the Shumup Ko Hup on-line catalog of authentic California Indian Arts and Crafts website or their Old Town Indian store and gift shop in San Diego, CA (closed 2007).
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