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Chumash __ "The Chumash originally did not cultivate. They relied on hunting wildlife and marine animals including, fish, shellfish, whales, seals, sea otters, shark, sea birds, albacore, tuna, sardines, deer, wild game, grizzly and black bear, mountain lion, fox, coyote, badger, quail, pigeons, and doves." A general look at the Chumash. - From Minnesota State University -

Chumash Indian Tribe __ "Chumashan Family. A linguistic family on the coast of south California, known also as Santa Barbara Indians. Like most Californian aborigines, they appear to have lacked an appellation of general significance, and the term Chumash, the name of the Santa Rosa islanders, is arbitrarily chosen for convenience to designate the linguistic stock." A general look at the Chumash Indians. - From -

Chumash Indians __ An excellent resource about the Chumash Indians with history, bands, resources and much more. - illustrated - From -

Chumash Language and the Chumash Indian Tribe __ Many resources about the Chumash Indians. "Chumash language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Chumash Indians. - From -

Facts for Kids: Chumash Indians (Chumashes) __ "Information about the Chumash Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Chumashes." Information and resources. - From -

History of the Chumash People __ "Our people once numbered in the tens of thousands and lived along the coast of California. At one time, our territory encompassed 7,000 square miles that spanned from the beaches of Malibu to Paso Robles." An excellent history of the Chumash. - illustrated - From -

Lompoc Museum: Chumash Indians __ "When you visit the Lompoc Museum, you enter the world of the Chumash Indians, recreated through the objects they made and used in their daily lives. The Chumash Indians lived along the California coast and inland where the climate was gentle and the food bountiful. Occupying the area for at least 13,000 years,..." General information about the museum and collections. - illustrated - From -

Recent Articles about Chumash Indians - Los Angeles Times __ "Chumash Indians related articles and photos from the Los Angeles Times newspaper archives." - From -

Welcome to Chumash Indian Life __ A good look at Chumash life, artifacts, food, medicine and much more. - illustrated - From Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History -

Welcome to the Official Website of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians __ Detailed overview, history, community and more. "Welcome to the website for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians. We invite you to browse through the various sections on our site and learn about our tribe." - illustrated - From - 



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