Traditional and Cultural

This Category contains content related to Tradition and Culture at CIMCC.

8-5-17 Acorn bites demo 2.JPG
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
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Chef Crystal Wahpepah demonstrating the acorn bites.
9-9-17 Cleaning Acorns 2.JPG
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
acorn bars.JPG
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The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, Tribal Youth Ambassadors
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
Bad acorns.JPG
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
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What unusable acorns look like.
9-9-17 Acorn Shells and Rocks.JPG
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
9-9-17 Winnowing 5.JPG
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
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Educational Resources, Traditional and Cultural
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors met with Lois Connor to learn about acorn processing, from cracking to winnowing acorn.
Sage Interview.JPG
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The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, Tribal Youth Ambassadors
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Traditional and Cultural
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Photo of Brandon, Maleah, Sage (Wintu), and Christina after EU video interview
Maleah and Sage.JPG
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The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, Tribal Youth Ambassadors
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Traditional and Cultural
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TYA Maleah Espinosa with Sage after 7 EU Video interviews
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Tribal Youth Ambassadors, The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
Category
Traditional and Cultural
Community
The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, Tribal Youth Ambassadors
Category
Traditional and Cultural
Summary
Tribal Youth Ambassadors interview with Vincent Medina (Ohlone)