JANE DUMAS Kumeyaay
JANE DUMAS takes a picture with her daughter, Daleane "Dee" Dumas-Adams, in November 2005. Both Kumeyaay Indian women are enrolled tribal members of the Jamul Indian Village • a Kumeyaay Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe in Southern California.
With Kumeyaay being her first language, Jane Dumas is one of the last remaining fluent speakers of the Kumeyaay language, a Yuman HOKAN language speaker.
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JANE DUMAS IN THE NEWS:
CALIFORNIA INDIAN STORE Shumup Ko Hup
Jane Dumas and her daughter Daleane "Dee" Dumas-Adams cofounded the Native American Indian store in Old Town State Park San Diego, CA. Their popular Indian arts crafts shop featured authentic ethnographic California Indian art of Native American artists of Southern California.
NATIVE Indigenous History in San Diego County
Jane possesses a great knowledge of local Indigenous plants and their aboriginal medicinal uses, and the traditional Kumeyaay culture in San Diego.
The following picture album of Jane Dumas Kumeyaay family historical pictures (linked at the top of this page) was contributed to KUMEYAAY.INFO for digital restoration and archiving by her daughter, Dee Adams.
Dumas family historical Kumeyaay family photographs Contributed by Daleane Dumas-Adams, Jamul Kumeyaay.
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