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Spring Rancheria: A Transient Cahuilla Village in Early Riverside

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Title

Spring Rancheria: A Transient Cahuilla Village in Early Riverside

Location

Riverside Metropolitan Museum

Start Date/Time

6/7/2015 2:00 PM

End Date/Time

6/7/2015 3:30 PM

Type of Event

Arts and Culture

Contact

Info: (951) 826-5273,www.riversideca.gov/museum

Description

Presentation by John Goodman, Archaeologist Cost: Free Riverside Metropolitan Museum 3580 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside, CA 92501 Info: (951) 826-5273,www.riversideca.gov/museum Learn more about the Cahuilla Indians that resided on the outskirts of early Riverside along the Santa Ana River in the late 1800s. Speaker Archaeologist John Goodman, who led the excavation of the Cahuilla’s Spring Rancheria, will talk about how the Cahuilla Indians lived during the 1870s – 1890s and their attempts to assimilate into Angloamerican society. The presentation will begin at 2:00 pm and is free and open to the public. The Museum has a permanent display featuring artifacts from the excavation as well as a special exhibit, "Cahuilla Continuum" that tells the story of the Cahuilla people.

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