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Who were the first Peoples In Marin?

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 Marin Coast Miwoks!

TODAY'S LESSON:  Ranches of Marin                                                                August 29, 2022

 

ASSIGNMENT:   Can you find the Coast Miwok on here?

The earth of Marin County, defiled now by foreign hands,

is still as pure as the day that our ancestors, the Coast Miwoks of Southern Marin Band, left it.

Listen to our story...

 We are direct lineal descendants of Olompali (Chief Camillo Ynitia), (Novato),  with ancestorial ties to 

Tamal’ko Coast Miwok of the Huukuiko Band for the village of Etcha Tamal (Nicasio), 

and Liwanelowa , Huimen,

(Sausalito), and all over Marin County!

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CONTACT LIST INFORMATION

Coast Miwok of Southern Marin
Sausalito, California

415.876.9298  |  LservicesCal@gmail.com
Coast Miwok of Southern Marin Project is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit
EIN 84-3357267
Coast Miwok of Southern Marin Project | GuideStar | ©Copyright @ 2020

(Native American Indigenous Proactive Nonviolent group!)

2020 Created by Coast Miwok Marin Monument Statue Project

We are direct descendants of Camillo Ynitia (Camilo Ynitia) of the Coast Miwok of Olompali. www.marinmiwok.com

Disclaimer:  We are not affiliated with the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, FIGR, nor Greg Sarris. or MAPOM.  we are also not affiliated with the Coast Miwok Council of Marin.  We descend more from inland Marin Coast Miwok.  BUT  we respect all relations and support ALL of our brothers and sisters and cousins and relations in all endeavors to make a difference on indigenous peoples of California!  WE STAND TOGETHER IN SOLIDARITY!