Skip to Content

Cover thumbnail for CA 04.2.1 California Indians CA 04.2.1 California Indians

Discuss the major nations of California Indians, including their geographic distribution, economic activities, legends, and religious beliefs; and describe how they depended on, adapted to, and modified the physical environment by cultivation of land and use of sea resources.

Bookmark: https://worldimages.sjsu.edu/prt1354

Showing 1 to 12 of 51 Records


  FILTER RESULTS
Making stone tools through stone-pressure flaking.

PALEO-INDIAN Anonymous
20th c Native American Native American Industrial Arts

Mono Indian Pa-ha hole.

MONO Anonymous
Stone
11th-19th c Native American Mono Industrial Arts

Clam shell belt from California.

CALIFORNIA INDIANS Anonymous
Shell
18th-19th c Native American Californian Applied Arts

Clam shell money from California.

CALIFORNIA INDIANS Anonymous
Shell
18th-20th c Native American Applied Arts

Shell & stone ornaments with basketry mat for gambling.

YOKUTS Anonymous
Shell; Stone
19th-20th c Native American Yokuts Applied Arts

Snake.

CALIFORNIA INDIANS Anonymous
Steatite
17th c Native American Canalito Sculpture

Fish Effigy Pipe.

CALIFORNIA INDIANS Anonymous
Steatite
17th c Native American Chumash Sculpture

Soaproot Brush.

MONO Anonymous
Soaproot plant, pulp and fibers
20th c Native American Mono Industrial Arts

Indian dwelling.

JUANEñO Anonymous (active Pre-1900 - 1950)
20th c Native American Vernacular Architecture


Your current search criteria is: Portfolio is "CA 04.2.1 California Indians".