The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian "Our Lives" exhibition Kumeyaay museum display features the Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians, Kumeyaay Nation.
From the Smithsonian placard:
We gather with other Kumeyaay bands from California and Mexico to socialize, celebrate, and share traditions. Through the bonds of singing, dancing, basketmaking, and pottery making, we are coming together and bringing down the border.
- Campo Kumeyaay Curators, 2003
Campo Band of the Kumeyaay Nation official Kumeyaay Indian Nation web site: www.campo-nsn.gov
PHOTO SHOOT and digital production contributed by Hank and Shirley Murphy.
Museum Web site design by, GARY G BALLARD, San Diego, Calif.
KUMEYAAY MUSEUM, please visit the KUMEYAAY.INFO Indigenous Peoples of California online American Indian museums for Kumeyaay RESEARCH, Kumeyaay HISTORY and present-day Kumeyaay LIFESTYLE documentaries of the Kumeyaay bands of northern Baja California, Mexico.
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