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MANUELA AGUIAR Kumeyaay Paipai Traditional Artist

Manuela Aguiar lives on the top of a mountain in the Indigenous Community of Santa Catarina, Baja California Mexico. Manuela, the Aguiar family, is well know for their Native American pottery, basket weaving, doll making, medicinal plant and traditional knowledge, and oral storytelling history.

Manuela Aguiar has Contributed her old Aguiar historic family pictures for restoration and presentation on KUMEYAAY.INFO.

Manuela is featured in Paul D. Campell's book, "Survival Skills of Native California," and the Indigenous Peoples of California online photojournalist documentary on working Native American traditional artists.

features the modern Kumeyaay Paipai pottery art of the Yuman Indians of Southern California, Arizona, Mexico. Our extensive photography documentation of Native American pottery artist includes online picture catalogs of their traditional and contemporary clay pottery, including environmental portraits and biographies of the pottery artists. KUMEYAAY.INFO is currently building large, captioned photographic collections of rare and old antique ancient pottery artifacts for its on-line Indigenous Peoples of California Pottery Museum.

Photos, Writing and Web Page Design Contributed by webmaster, GARY G. BALLARD

To buy purchase authentic Santa Catarina Paipai Kumeyaay Indian arts and crafts, please visit the Shumup Ko Hup "Dream Come True" Indian store in Old Town State Historic Park, San Diego, California.

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