Treaties

Treaties and North American Tribes The story of westward expansion by European Americans is a basic theme of the American experience, but it is also a history of Indian removal…

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Culture

A View into Mono LifeFor two colorful and accurate portrayals of Mono Indian life, we recommend the following books:* "The Northfork Mono," by Edward W. Gifford, 1932. Coyote Press facsimile…

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Lands

To understand the complex issues involved in determining the “ancestral/historic” lands of the North Fork Rancheria (or any American Indian tribe!) requires a comprehensive, thorough and open-minded approach. The ancestral…

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Mono Dictionary

  A DICTIONARY OF WESTERN MONO Second Edition Compiled and Edited by Rosalie Bethel Paul V. Kroskrity Christopher Loether Gregory A. Reinhardt Completely corrected, updated and revised by Christopher Loether…

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Timeline

PrehistoryAncestors of the Tribe are key players in the interactive regulation of the material, ceremonial, and intellectual wealth of the San Joaquin Valley’s tribes. 1806Native villages in the San Joaquin…

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History

Tribe: The Tribe is comprised primarily of Northfork Mono, a label given them by an ethnographer in the 1910s to describe people then living along and north of the San…

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