Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (135.93 Kb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?

Box 1 , Folder 1

No. 1. Amsden, Charles. The Pre-Mission Indians of Los Angeles County. Trails Magazine12(2):12-13(1935).

Box 1 , Folder 2

No. 2. Anonymous. The Indian Woman of San Nicholas. Hutchings Illustrated California Magazine1(8): 347-348. San Francisco: Hutchings and Rosenfield, 1857.

Box 1 , Folder 3

No. 3. Anonymous. Gabrielinos Indians of L.A. County. The Pony Express 24(4): 2(1957).

Box 1 , Folder 4

No. 7. Ascensión, Antonio de la. [Relación de la Jornada que hizo el General Sevastián Vizcayno al Descubrimiento de las Californias el año de 1602 por mandado del Señor Excelentísimo Conde de Monterey, Virrey que era dela Nueva España.] IN Monarchía Indiana, Tomo 1. Juan de Torquemada, ed. Pp.693-715. Madrid, 1615.

Box 1 , Folder 5

No. 13. Bean, Lowell John, and Charles R. Smith. Gabrielino. IN Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 8, California. William C. Sturtevant, gen. ed. Robert F. heizer, vol. ed. Pp.538-549. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1978. [LMU Call No.: E77.H25(Reference)]

Box 1 , Folder 6

No. 14. Blackburn, Thomas. Ethnohistoric Descriptions of Gabrielino Material Culture. Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles, Archaeological Survey, Annual Report 1962/1963:1-42(1963).

Box 1 , Folder 7

No. 16. Boscana, Gerónimo. Chinigchinich. IN The Indianology of California, Third Series. Alexander S. Taylor, ed. California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences(San Francisco), Vol. 15 (18)-Vol. 16 (5), 28 June-11October, 1861.

Box 1 , Folder 8

No. 18. Boscana, Gerónimo. A New Original Version of Boscana's Historical Account of the San Juan Capistrano Indian of Southern California. John Peabody Harrinton, trans. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections92 (4):1-62. Publication 3255.1934.

Box 1 , Folder 9

No. 22. Boscana, Gerónimo. Los Indígenas de California. Introducción y transcipción por Bartolomé Font obrador. Lluchmayor, Mallorca: Imprenta Moderna, 1973.

Box 1 , Folder 10

No. 23. Bowman, J.N. The Resident Neophytes (Existentes) of the California Mission. Historical Society of Southern California, Quarterly 40(2):138~148(1958). [LMU Call No.:F867.H57(periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections] [NOTE: The second half of this article (p. 145-148) is mising from LMU Collection]

Box 1 , Folder 11

No. 24. Bowman, J.N. The Number of California Indians Baptised During the Mission Period, 1770-1834. Historical Society of Southern California, Quarterly 42(3):273-277(1960). [LMU Call No.:F867.H57(periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 12

No. 28. Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez (?). [Original Account of Cabrillo's Voyage.] IN Colección de Varios Documentos para la Historia de la Florida y Terras Adyacentes, Tomo I. Buckingham Smith, ed. Pp. 173-189. London: Trübner y Companía, 1857

Box 1 , Folder 13

No. 29. Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez (?). Same. IN Colección de Documentos Inéditos Relativos al Descubrimiento Conquista y Colonización de last Antiguas Posesiones Españolas en América y Oceánia, Tomo 14. Pacheco-Cárdenas Collection. Pp. 165-191. Madrid, 1870.

Box 1 , Folder 14

No. 30. Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez (?). Translation from the Spanish of the Account by the Pilot Ferrel of hte Voyage of cabrillo along the West Coast of North America in 1542. Richard Stuart Evans, trans. Introductory notes by H. W. Henshaw. United States Geographical Surveys West of the Onew Hundredth meridian. Report, Vol. 7, Part 1. Pp. 293-314. Washington, D. C., 1879.

Box 1 , Folder 15

No. 32. Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez (?). Relation of the Voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, 1542-1543. Herbert Eugene Bolton, trans. and ed. IN Spanish Explorations in the Southwest. Pp.13-29. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1908. [LMU Call No.:F799.B69 1952; Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 16

No. 33. Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez (?). [original Account of Cabrillo's Voyage.] Henry R. Wagner, tras. and ed. IN Spanish Voyages to the Northwest Coast of America in the Sixteenth Century. Henry R. Wagner, ed. Pp. 79-93. San Francisco: California Historical Society (Special Publication No. 4), 1929). [LMU Call No.:F851.5.W13; Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 17

No. 37. Cleland, Robert Glass. El Molino Viejo. Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1950.

Box 1 , Folder 18

No. 42. Costansó, Miguel. An Historical Journal of the Expeditions, by Sea and by Land, to the North of California; in 1768, 1769, and 1770: When Spanish Establishments were First Made at San-Diego and Monte-Rey. William Reveley, trans. London: Alexander Dalrymple, 1790.

Box 1 , Folder 19

No. 43. Costansó, Miguel. Early California History; The Expeditions of 1769. Charles Fletcher Lummis, ed. and trans. IN Land of Sunshine14:485-596 and 15:38-47(1901).

Box 1 , Folder 20

No. 46. Costansó, Miguel. Diario of Miguel Costansó. Frederick J. Teggart, trans. IN The Spanish Occupation of California. Douglas S. Watson, ed. Pp. 24-63. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1934.

Box 1 , Folder 21

No. 49. Coulter, Thomas. Notes on Upper Middle California, a Journey from Monterey to the Colorado River in 1832. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 5:59-70(1835).

Box 1 , Folder 22

No. 50. Crespi, Juan. [Viage de la Espedition de Tierra de San Diego á Monterey.] Herbert Eugene Bolton, trans. IN historical Memoirs of New California. Vol 2. Herbert Eugene Bolton, trans. and ed. Pp. 42-260. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1926.

Box 1 , Folder 23

No. 52. Crespi, Juan. An Unpublished Diary of Fray juan Crespi, O.F.M. [Part 1]. Maximin Piette, ed. The Americas 3 (1):102-114 (1946). [LMU Call No.: E11.A4v.31946/47 (periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 24

No. 54. Dakin, Susanna Bryant. Rancho Santa Anita, Place of Many Waters. Lasca Leaves6(3):50-72. Arcadia, California: California Arboretum Foundation, Inc., 1956.

Box 1 , Folder 25

No. 55. Dakin, Susanna Bryant. The Restorations at Rancho Santa Anita. Lasca Leaves11(1):15-21. Arcadia, California: California Arboretum Foundation Inc., 1961.

Box 1 , Folder 26

No. 57. Dixon, Keith A. Reviving Puvunga: An Archaeological Project at Rancho Los Alamitos. The Masterkey 46(3):84-92(1972).

Box 1 , Folder 27

No. 59. Duflot de Mofras, Eugéne. Duflot de Mofras' Travels on the Pacific Coast. 2 vols. Marguerite Knowlton Wilbur, trans. and ed. Santa Ana: Fine Arts Press, 1937.

Box 1 , Folder 28

No. 63. Fages, Pedro. An Historical, Political and Natural Description of California. Herbert Ingram Priestley, trans. The Catholic Historical Review4(4):486-509 and 5(1):71-90(1919). [LMU Call No.:BX1404.C3v.4 and 5(periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 29

No. 65. Farmer, Malcom F. The Mojave Trade Route. The Masterkey 9(5):155-157(1935).

Box 1 , Folder 30

No. 66. Farnham, Thomas Jefferson. Life, Adventures, and Travels in California. New york: Nafis and Cornish; St. Louis: Van Dien and MacDonald, 184

Box 1 , Folder 31

No. 68. Forbes, Jack D. Appendix II: The Tongva of Tujunga to 1801. Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles, Archaeological Surve, Annual Report 1966:137-150(1966).

Box 1 , Folder 32

No. 72. Gatschet, Albert Samuel. Indian Languages of the Pacific States and territories. Magazine of American History 1(3): 145-171(1877).

Box 1 , Folder 33

No. 77. Gifford, Edward Winslow. Californian Balanophagy. IN Essays in Anthropology presented to A. L. Kroeber. Pp. 87-98. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1936. [LMU Call No.:GN4.E7; Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 1 , Folder 34

No. 78. Hale, Horatio Emmons. Ethnography and Philology. United States Exploring Expedition During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842 Under the Command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. Vol. 6. Philadelphia: Lean and Blanchard, 1846. [LMU Collection contains a copy of p. 222-223, 566-629, the pages specified in Mary LaLone's original bibliography.]

Box 1 , Folder 35

No. 79. Hardacre, Emma C. Eighteen Years Alone; A Tale of the Pacific. Scribners Monthly 20: 657-664 (1880)

Box 1 , Folder 36

No. 81. Harrington, John Peabody. Cultural Element Distribution, XIX, Central California Coast. Berkeley: University of California, Anthropological Records 7 (1):1-46 (1942).

Box 2 , Folder 1

No. 82. Harrington, Mark Raymond. A New Gabrielino Vocabulary. The Masterkey 18 (6):198 (1944).

Box 2 , Folder 2

No. 83. Heizer, Robert Fleming. Aboriginal Use of Bitumen by California Indians. California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, Bulletin 118 (1):74.

Box 2 , Folder 3

No. 84. Heizer, Robert Fleming. The California Indians: Archaeology, Varieties of Cultures, Arts of Life. California Historical Society, Quarterly 41 (1):1-28 (1962).

Box 2 , Folder 4

No. 86. Heizer, Robert Fleming, and A. E. Treganza. Mines and Quarries of the Indians of California. California Journal of Mines and Geology 40(3):291-359.

Box 2 , Folder 5

No. 92. Holder, Charles Frederick. All About Pasadena and Its Vicinity; Its climate, Mission, Trails, and Cañons, Fruits Flowers and Game. Boston: Lee and Shepard, Publishers; New York: C. T. Dillingham, 1889. [c. 1888].

Box 2 , Folder 6

No. 93. Holder, Charles Frederick. The Channel Islands of California; A Book for the Angler, Sportsman, and Tourist. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 1910.

Box 2 , Folder 7

No. 94. Hudson, (Dee) Travis. Proto-Gabrielino Patterns of Territorial Organization in South Coast California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society, Quarterly 7 (2):49-76 (1971).

Box 2 , Folder 8

No. 96. Johnston Bernice Eastan. The Gabrielino Indians of Southern California. The Masterkey 29 (6):180-191, 30 (1):6-21, 30 (2):44-56, 30 (3):76-89, 30 (4):124-132, 30 (5):146-156, 30 (6):191-196, 31 (1):9-23, 31 (2):49-58, 31 (3):95-105, 31 (4):121-130, 31 (5):155-165, 31 (6):185-197, 32 (1):11-20 (155-1958).

Box 2 , Folder 9

No. 98. King, Laura Ertson. Hugo Reid and His Indian Wife. Historical Society of Southern California, Annual Publication 4 (2):111-113 (1898).

Box 2 , Folder 10

No. 99. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. The Religion of the Indians of California. Berkely: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and EthnologyI 4 (3):66-165 (1907).

Box 2 , Folder 11

No. 100. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Shoshonean Dialects of California. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaology and Ethnology 4(3):66-165 (1907)

Box 2 , Folder 12

No. 101. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. A Mission Record of the California Indians From a Manuscript in the Bancroft Library. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 8 (1):1-27 (1908).

Box 2 , Folder 13

No. 102. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. A Southern Callfornia Ceremony. Journal of American Folk-Lore 21 (80): 40 (1908).

Box 2 , Folder 14

No. 103. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Notes on Shoshonean Dialects of Southern California. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 8 (5):235-269 (1909)

Box 2 , Folder 15

No. 104. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. California Place Names of Indian Origin. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 12(2): 31~69 (1916).

Box 2 , Folder 16

No. 105. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. California Culture Provinces. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 17(2): 151~169 (1920).

Box 2 , Folder 17

No. 106. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California. New York: American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Papers 20(2): 149+~183 (1922).

Box 2 , Folder 18

No. 107. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Elements of Culture in Native California. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13(8): 259~328 (1922).

Box 2 , Folder 19

No. 109. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Baskeetry Designs of the Mission Indians. New York: American Museum of Natural History, Guide Leaflet Series 55:1~10 (1926).

Box 2 , Folder 20

No. 110. Kroeber, Alfred Louis. Ethnographic Interpretations, 10. Problems on Boscana. Berkeley: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 47(3):282~293 (1959).

Box 2 , Folder 21

No. 114. Mason, William Marvin. Fages' Code of Conduct Twards Indians, 1787. IN Journal of California Anthropology 2(1): 90~100 (1975).

Box 2 , Folder 22

No. 115. Meighan, Clement W. The Nicoleño. Pacific Discovery 7(1):22~27 (1954).

Box 2 , Folder 23

No. 116. Meighan, Clement Woodward, and Keith L. Johnson.Isle of Mines; Catalina's Ancient Indian Quarries. Pacific Discovery 10(2): 24~29 (1957).

Box 2 , Folder 24

No. 117. Merriam, Clinton Hart. Studies of California Indians. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1955.

Box 2 , Folder 25

No. 118. Merriam, Clinton Hart. Ethnographic Notes on California Indian Tribes, Part I. Robert F. Heizer, comp. and ed. Berkeley: University of California, Archaeological Survey Reports 68(1):1~166 (1966).

Box 2 , Folder 26

No. 119. Merriam, Clinton Hart. Village Names in Twelve California Mission Records. Robert F. Heizer, assembler and ed. Berkeley: University of California, Archaeological Survey Reports 74:1~121 (1968).

Box 2 , Folder 27

No. 122. Nidever, George. Life and Adventures of a Pioneer of California Since 1834. IN The Life and Adventures of George Nidever, 1802-1883. W.H. Ellison, ed. Pp. 37~39, 77~89. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1937.

Box 2 , Folder 28

No. 123. Painter, Charles C. A Visit to the Mission Indians of California. Philadelphia: Indian Rights Association, 1887.

Box 3 , Folder 1

No. 125. Palou, Francisco. Noticias de las California. IN Documentos para la Historia de México, serie 4, tomos 6-7. México, 1857.

Box 3 , Folder 2

No. 126. Palóu, Francisco. Noticias de la Neuva California, Escritas por el Rev. Padre Fr. Francisco Palóu. 4 vols. México: Imprenta de Eduardo Bosqui y Cia: San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1874. [LMU Call No.: See Dewey Catalog (Stored Offsite)]

Box 3 , Folder 3

No. 130. Portolá, Gaspar de. Diary of Gaspar de Portolá During the California Expedition of 1769~1770. Donald Eugene Smith and Frederick J. Teggart, eds. Academy of Pacific Coast History, Publications 1(3): 31~89. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1909.

Box 3 , Folder 4

No. 131. Reichlen, Henry, and Paule Reichlen (trans. and ed.). Le Manuscript Boscana de la Bibliothéque Nationale de Paris; Relation sur les Indiens Acâgchemem de la Mission de San Juan Capistrano, Cal. Paris: Musée de L'homme. Journal de la Soiété des Américanistes 60: 233~273 (1971).

Box 3 , Folder 5

No. 132. Reid, Hiram A. History of Pasadena, California; Comprising an Account of the Native Indian, the Early Spanish, the Mexicans, the Americans, the Colony and the Incorporated City... Pasadena: Pasadena History Co., 1895.

Box 3 , Folder 6

No. 135. Reid, Hugo. Los Angeles County Indians. Los Angeles Star 15(8)~15(20), 6 February~1 May, 1869.

Box 3 , Folder 7

No. 136. Reid, Hugo. Hugo Reid's Account of the Indians of Los Angeles Co.,Cal. Notes and illustrations by W.J. Hoffman, M.D. Essex Institute Bulletin 17(1~3):1~33 (1885).

Box 3 , Folder 8

No. 141. Roberts, Helen H. Form in Primitive Music; An Analytical and Comparative Study of the Melodic Form of Some Ancient Southern California Indian Songs. New York:W.W. Norton and Co., Inc., 1933.

Box 3 , Folder 9

No. 151. Robinson, W.W. The Indians of Los Angeles: Story of the Liquidation of a People. Los Angeles: Glen Dawson, 1952.

Box 3 , Folder 10

No. 152. Robinson, W.W. Los Alamitos: The Indian and Rancho Phases. California Historical Society, Quarterly 45 (1): 21~30 (1966).

Box 3 , Folder 11

No. 153. Rogers, Harrison G. Journal of Harrison G. Rogers, Member of the Company of J.S. Smith. IN The Ashley-Smith Exploraitons and the Discovery of a Central Route to the Pacific, 1822~29, With the Original Journals. Harrsion Clifford Dale, ed. Pp. 197~228. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1918.

Box 3 , Folder 12

No. 154. Romer, Margaret. The Last of the Canalinos. Historical Society of Southern California, Quarterly 41 (3): 241~246 (1959).

Box 3 , Folder 13

No. 155. Russell, C.J.W. Narratives of a Woman Who Was Eighteen Years Alone Upon the Island of San Nicolas, Coast of California. Hutchings Illustrated California Magazine 1 (5): 209~211. San Francisco: Hutchings and Rosenfield, 1856.

Box 3 , Folder 14

No. 156. Rust, Horatio N. Rogerio's Theological School. Out West 21 (3): 243~248 (1904).

Box 3 , Folder 15

No. 157. Shinn, George Hazen. Shoshonean Days. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1941.

Box 3 , Folder 16

No. 158. Strong, William Duncan. An Analysis of Southwestern Society. American Anthropologist 29 (1): 1~61 (1927).

Box 3 , Folder 17

No. 161. Sugranes, Eugene. Glory of San Gabriel: Stories of the Old Mission Near Los Angeles... San Gabriel: San Gabriel Mission, 1917.

Box 3 , Folder 18

No. 163. Taylor, Alexander S. The Indainology of California, First Series. California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences(San Francisco), 13(3)~13(9), 22 February~29 June, 1860.

Box 3 , Folder 19

No. 164. The Masterkey for Indian Lore and History. Vol. 32 No. 5. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum, 1958. NOTE: Not found in bibliography

Box 3 , Folder 20

No. 165. The Masterkey for Indian Lore and History. Vol. 33 No. 4. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum, 1959. NOTE: Not found in bibliography

Box 3 , Folder 21

No. 166. Vernon, Charles Clark. A History of San Gabriel Mountains. Historical Society of Southern California, Quarterly 38 (4):38~60 (1956).

Box 3 , Folder 22

No. 167. Vizcaino, Sebastián (?). Reynando El Rey Don Phelipe Nuestro Señor... IN Documentos Referentes al Reconocimiento de las Costas de las Californias desde el Cabo de San Lucas al de Mendocino Recopliados en el Archivo de Iindias. Carrasco y Guisasola, ed. Pp. 68~107. Madrid, 1882.

Box 3 , Folder 23

No. 168. Vizcaino, Sebastián (?). Diary of Sebastián Vizcaino, 1602-1603. Herbert Eugene Bolton, trans. and ed. IN Spanish Explorations in the Southwest, 1542-1706. Herbert Eugene Bolton, ed. Pp. 52~103. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1908. [LMU Call No.: F799.B69 1952; Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 3 , Folder 24

No. 171. Weber, Francis J. Toypurina the Temptress. The Masterkey 43 (2):75~76 (1969).

Box 3 , Folder 25

No. 173. Williamson, Mrs. M. Burton. History of Santa Cataliuna Island. Historical Society of Southern California, Annual Publication 6 (1): 14~31 (1903).

Box 3 , Folder 26

No. 174. Woodward, Arthur. Indian Bead Making in California. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum (History Leaflet Series, No. 3), 1949.

Box 3 , Folder 27

No. 176. Woodward, Arthur. Indian Foodstuffs of Los Angeles County. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum (History Leaflet Series, No. 1), 1949.

Box 3 , Folder 28

No. 177. Woodward, Arthur. Indian Houses of Southern California. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum (History Leaflet Series No. 6), 1949.

Box 3 , Folder 29

No. 178. Woodward, Arthur (ed. and trans.). Gabrielino indian Language. The Masterkey 18 (5): 145~149 (1944).

Box 3 , Folder 30

No. 179. Zalvidea, José María de. Reply of Mission San Gabriel to the Questionnaire of Spanish Government in 1812 Concerning the Native Culture of the California Mission Indians. Maynard Geiger, ed. The Americas 12 (1): 77~84 (1955). [LMU Call No.: E11.A4v.12 1955/56 (periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 3 , Folder 31

No. 180. Zalvidea, José María de. Mission San Gabriel in 1814. Maynard Geiger, trans. and ed. Historical Society of Southern California, Quarterly 53 (3): 235~250 (1971). [LMU Call No.: F867.H57(periodicals); Also a copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 1

No. 181. Hudson, Travis. A Rare Account of Gabrielino Shamanism from the Notes of John P. Harrington. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol 1, No 2 pp. 356-362 (1979) NOTE: Not found in bibliography

Box 4 , Folder 2

No. 182. Hudson, Travis, and Thomas Blackburn. The Integration of Myth and Ritual in South-Central California: The "Northern Complex". The Journal of California Anthropology. Pp. 225-250 NOTE: Not found in bibliography

Box 4 , Folder 3

No. 185. Ames, John Griffiths. Report of Special Agent John G. Ames in Regard to the Condition of the Mission Indians of California, with Recommendations. IN Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1873, Appendix A, p. 29-40. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1874. (Reprinted in Reprints of Various Papers on California Archaeology, Ethnology and Indian History, comp. and ed. Robert F. Heizer, p. 70-89. Berkeley: University of California Archaeological Research Facility, Department of Anthropology, 1973.)

Box 4 , Folder 4

No. 187. Armsby, E. R., and Rockwell, J. G. New Directions among California Indians. The American Indian (Sept. 1948) 4:12-23.

Box 4 , Folder 5

No. 189. Arnold, J. E. Complex Hunter-Gatherer-Fishers of Prehistoric California: Chiefs, Specialists, and Maritime Adaptations of the Channel Islands. American Antiquity 57 (1992):60-84. [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 v.57 1992 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 6

No. 190. Arnold, J. E. Transportation Innovation and Social Complexity among Maritime Hunter-Gatherer Societies. American Anthropologist 97 (1995): 733-747. [LMU Call No.: GN1.A5 v. 97 1995 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 7

No. 191. Arnold, Jeanne E. The Origins of Hierarchy and the Nature of Hierarchical Structures in Prehistoric California. IN Hierarchies in Action: Cui Bono?, ed. Michael W. Diehl, 221-240. Visiting Scholar Conference no. 27. Carbondale: Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University, 2000.

Box 4 , Folder 8

No. 192. Arnold, Jeanne E. Transformation of a Regional Economy: Sociopolitical Evolution and the Production of Valuables in Southern California. Antiquity 65(249): 953-962 (1991). [LMU Call No.: CC1.A7 v. 65 1991 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 9

No. 194. Bamforth, Douglas B. Technological Organization and Hunter-Gatherer Land Use: a California Example. American Antiquity 56(2): 216-234 (1991). [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 v. 56 1991 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 10

No. 196. Bartelt, Guillermo. A Cognitive Semantic Framework for Syncretism: the Case of the Southern California Powwow. Ethnos 56(1-2): 53-66 (1991).

Box 4 , Folder 11

No. 198. Basgall, Mark E. Resource Intensification among Hunter-Gatherers: Acorn Economies in Prehistoric California. Research in Economic Anthropology 9: 21 52 (1987).

Box 4 , Folder 12

No. 200. Blackburn, Thomas Carl. Ceremonial Integration and Social Interaction in Aboriginal California. IN Lowell J. Bean and Thomas C. Blackburn, eds. Native Californians: a Theoretical Retrospective. Ramona, California, Ballena Press, 1976: 225-243. [LMU Call No.: E78.C15 N37]

Box 4 , Folder 13

No. 203. Brown, Alan K. The Aboriginal Population of the Santa Barbara Channel. University of California Archaeological Survey Reports: 69. Berkeley: University of California, Department of Anthropology.

Box 4 , Folder 14

No. 204. Bolton, Herbert E. The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies. American Historical Review 23 (1917): 42-61. [LMU Call No.: E171.A57 v.23 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 15

No. 207. Boxt, Matthew A., and Robert B. Rechtman. Archaeological Investigations at LAn-711. Journal of New World Archaeology 4(4): 8-29. 1981.

Box 4 , Folder 16

No. 208. Boxt, Matthew A., and Robert B. Rechtman. The Dry Canyon Site: Comparisons between LAn-711 and LAn-712. Journal of New World Archaeology 4(4):8-29. 1981.

Box 4 , Folder 17

No. 209. Bright, William, and Marcia Bright. Archaeology and Linguistics in Prehistoric Southern California. Working Papers in Linguistics, 1, no.10 (1969):1-26.

Box 4 , Folder 18

No. 210. Bright, William. Three Extinct American Indian Languages of Southern California. American Philosophical Society Year Book, p. 573-574. Philadelphia, 1974.

Box 4 , Folder 19

No. 211. Brown, R. S., J. R. Murray, and D. M. Van Horn. A Probable Stone Phallic Effigy from Calabasas, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Quarterly, 22, no. 4 (1986): 18-24.

Box 4 , Folder 20

No. 212. Brown, Robert S., and T. A. Freeman. Two Examples of Asphaltum-repaired Artifacts from Del Rey Bluffs, City of Los Angeles. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 27(1): 12-26 (1991).

Box 4 , Folder 21

No. 217. Castillo, Edward D. Blood Came from their Mouths: Tongva and Chumash Responses to the Pandemic of 1801. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 23, no. 3 (1999): 47-61. [LMU Call No.: E75.A5124 v.23 no.3-4 1999 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 22

No. 218. Castillo, Edward D. Gender Status Decline, Resistance, and Accommodation among Female Neophytes in the Missions of California: a San Gabriel Case Study. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 18, no. 1 (1994): 67-93.

Box 4 , Folder 23

No. 219. Castillo, Edward D. Indian Account of the Decline and Collapse of Mexico’s Hegemony over the Missionized Indians of California. American Indian Quarterly 13(4): 391-408.

Box 4 , Folder 24

No. 220. Chace, Paul G. Clay Figurines, Additional Data. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 9, no. 3 (1973): 41-43.

Box 4 , Folder 25

No. 221. Clark, Alfred. The San Gabriel River; a Century of Dividing the Waters. Southern California Quarterly, 52 (1970): 155-169. [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 v.52 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 4 , Folder 26

No. 222. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol 13, No 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1991).

Box 4 , Folder 27

No. 223. Cohen, Bill. Indian Sandpaintings of Southern California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 9 (1987): 4-34.

Box 4 , Folder 28

No. 223. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol 9, No 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1987)

Box 4 , Folder 29

No. 224. Collins, Paul W. Interaction between Island Foxes (Urocyon littoralis) and Indians on Islands off the Coast of Southern California: I, Morphologic and Archaeological Evidence of Human Assisted Dispersal. Journal of Ethnobiology 11(1): 51-81 (1991).

Box 4 , Folder 30

No. 225. Collins, Paul W. Interaction between Island Foxes (Urocyon littoralis) and Native Americans on Islands off the Coast of Southern California: II, Ethnographic, Archaeological and Historical Evidence. Journal of Ethnobiology 11(2): 205-229 (1991).

Box 5 , Folder 1

No. 229. Demcak, Carol R. Archaeological Salvage Investigations at CA-ORA-129, Laguna Niguel, Orange County, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 24(4):1-33 (1988).

Box 5 , Folder 2

No. 230. Dillon, Brian D. Natural Blades of the Santa Monica Mountains. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26(1): 1-7 (1990).

Box 5 , Folder 3

No. 231. Dixon, R. B. Numeral Systems of the Languages of California. American Anthropologist, n.s., 9 (1907): 663-690.

Box 5 , Folder 4

No. 232. Dobyns, Henry F. Trade Centers: the Concept and a Rancherian Culture Area Example. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 8, no. 1 (1984): 23-35.

Box 5 , Folder 5

No. 237. Eisentraut, Phyllisa J. Investigations of Prehistoric Seed Caches from Site CA- SC1I-1542, San Clemente Island. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26(2-3): 93-113 (1990).

Box 5 , Folder 6

No. 238. Elasser, A. B. The History of Culture Classification. California, University, Archaeological Survey, Records, 49 (1960): 1-10.

Box 5 , Folder 7

No. 240. Fages, P. Diary. Academy of Pacific Coast History, Publications, 2 (1911): 141- 159. [LMU Call No.: E13.B23 T4 v.2; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 8

No. 241. Farnsworth, Paul. Economics of Acculturation in the Spanish Missions of Alta California. Research in Economic Anthropology 11: 217-249 (1989).

Box 5 , Folder 9

No. 242. Farnsworth, Paul. Missions, Indians, and Cultural Continuity. Historical Archaeology 26(1): 22-36 (1992).

Box 5 , Folder 10

No. 243. Farris, Glenn J. Vigesimal Systems Found in California Indian Languages. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 12(2): 173-190 (1990).

Box 5 , Folder 11

No. 243 and No. 279. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. Vol 12, No 2. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1990) NOTE: Description not found in original bibliography

Box 5 , Folder 12

No. 246. Forbes, Jack D. Indian Horticulture West and Northwest of the Colorado River. Journal of the West, 2 (1963): 1-14. [LMU Call No.: Alphabetical by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 13

No. 247. Forbes, Jack D. Indians of Southern California in 1888. Masterkey, 33 (1959): 71-76.

Box 5 , Folder 14

No. 248. Freeman, John F. The Indian Convert: Theme and Variation. Ethnohistory 12 (1965) 113-128.

Box 5 , Folder 15

No. 249. Freeman, T. A. Chronometric Determinations for the Northern Del Rey Hills, Los Angeles County, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 27(1): 1-11 (1991).

Box 5 , Folder 16

No. 254. Glassow, Michael A. The Significance to California Prehistory of the Earliest Mortars and Pestles. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 32 (4): 14- 26 (1996).

Box 5 , Folder 17

No. 256. Greenwood, Roberta S. Historical Archaeology in California. Historical Archaeology 25(3):24-28 (1991).

Box 5 , Folder 18

No. 258. Haines, Roberta. U.S. Citizenship and Tribal Membership: a Contest for Political Identity and Rights of Tribal Self-Determination in Southern California. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 21(3): 211-230 (1997). [LMU Call No.: E75.A5124 v. 21 no. 3-4 1997 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 19

No. 260. Hall, M. C. For the Record: Notes and Comments on “Obsidian Exchange in Prehistoric Orange County.” Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 24(4): 34-48 (1988).

Box 5 , Folder 20

No. 261. Harrington, J. P. Cultural Element Distributions: XIX Central California Coast. University of California Anthropological Records, 7, no. 1 (1942): 1-42.

Box 5 , Folder 21

No. 268. Holder, C. F. The Ancient Islanders of California. Popular Science Monthly, p. 658-662, March, 1896.

Box 5 , Folder 22

No. 269. Hollimon, S. The Third Gender in Native California: Two-Spirit Undertakers among the Chumash and their Neighbors. IN Women in Prehistory: North America and Mesoamerica, ed. by C. Classen and R. Joyce, p. 173-188. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. [LMU Call No.: E98.W8 W6573 1997; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 23

No. 275. Jacknis, Ira. Alfred Kroeber and the Photographic Representation of California Indians. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 20(3): 15-32 (1996). [LMU Call No.: E75 A5124 v. 20 no. 3-4 1996 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 24

No. 277. Jackson, Robert. The First Angelinos: The Gabrielino Indians of Los Angeles. Ethnohistory, 44, no. 2 (1997): 415-417.

Box 5 , Folder 25

No. 278. Jackson, Robert H. The Formation of Frontier Indigenous Communities: Missions in California and Texas. IN New Views of Borderlands History, ed. Robert H. Jackson, 131-156. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998. [LMU Call No.: F786.N49 1998; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 26

No. 279. Jackson, Robert H. Population of the Santa Barbara Channel Missions (Alta California), 1813-1832. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 12(2): 268-274 (1990).

Box 5 , Folder 27

No. 281. Johnson, John R. The Indians of Mission San Fernando. Southern California Quarterly 79: 249-290. 1997. [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 v.79 1997 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 28

No. 282. Jones, Terry L. Marine-Resource Value and the Priority of Coastal Settlement: a California Perspective. American Antiquity 56(3): 419-443 (1991). [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 v. 56 1991 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 29

No. 284. Kealhofer, Lisa. Evidence for Demographic Collapse in California. IN Bioarchaeology of Native American Adaptation in the Spanish Borderlands, ed. Brenda J. Baker and Lisa Kealhofer, 56-92. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996. [LMU Call No.: E78.S65 B56 1996; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 30

No. 286. Kennett, Douglas J., and James P. Kennett. Competitive and Cooperative Responses to Climatic Instability in Coastal Southern California. American Antiquity 65 (2): 379-395 (2000). [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 5 , Folder 31

No. 287. King, Chester D. Prehistoric Native American Cultural Sites in the Santa Monica Mountains, Prepared for the Santa Monica Mountains and Seashore Foundation. Topanga, California: Topanga Anthropological Consultants, 1994.

Box 6 , Folder 1

No. 288. King, Tom. Nations of Hunters? New views of California Indian Societies. Indian Historian, 5, no. 4 (1972): 12-17.

Box 6 , Folder 2

No. 289. Koerper, Henry C., and Christopher E. Drover. Horizon and Tradition on the Southern California Coast: A Rejoinder. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 6 (1984): 269-272.

Box 6 , Folder 3

No. 289 and No. 399. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. Vol. 6, No. 2. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1984)

Box 6 , Folder 4

No. 290. Koerper, Henry C., Jonathon E. Ericson, Donald L. Fife, et al. Jasper Procurement, Trade, and Control in Orange County: Comments and Observations. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 14(2): 237-246 (1992).

Box 6 , Folder 5

No. 291. Koerper, Henry C., and E. Bonita Fouste. An Interesting Late Prehistoric Burial from CA-ORA-119-A. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 13, no. 2 (1977): 39-61.

Box 6 , Folder 6

No. 292. Koerper, Henry C., and Ken Hedges. Patayan Anthropomorphic Figurines from an Orange County Site. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 18 (2): 204-220 (1996).

Box 6 , Folder 7

No. 292. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. Vol 18, No 2. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inv. (1996)

Box 6 , Folder 8

No. 293. Koerper, Henry C., and Paul E. Langenwalter II. Speculation on the Existence of Talon Shaped Exotics in Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 24(4):71-75 (1988).

Box 6 , Folder 9

No. 294. Koerper, Henry C., Roger D. Mason, Christine Prior, et al. Two Barbed Bone Spear Points from Coastal Orange County. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 32 (1): 50-64 (1996).

Box 6 , Folder 10

No. 295. Koerper, Henry C., Margaret E. Newman, and Paul E. Langenwalter II. A “Stemmed Butterfly” Eccentric Crescent and a Lunate Crescent from the Christ College Site, Orange County. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 32 (2-3): 110-124 (1996).

Box 6 , Folder 11

No. 296. Koerper, Henry C., and Clay A. Singer. Two Unusual Perforated Stones from the Newport Bay Area. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 24(4): 63-70 (1988).

Box 6 , Folder 12

No. 297. Koerper, Henry C. A Glycymeris Shell Bracelet from Orange County, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 32 (2-3): 82-109 (1996).

Box 6 , Folder 13

No. 300. Krause, F. Die Kultur der Kalifornischen Indianer. Leipzig, 1921. [LMU Call No.: being processed as of 7/12/02]

Box 6 , Folder 14

No. 301. Kroeber, A. L. Anthropology, p. 538-571. New York, 1923 (revised ed. 1948). [LMU Call No.: GN24.K73 1948; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 15

No. 306. Kroeber, A. L. Supposed Shoshoneans in Lower California. American Anthropologist, n.s., 7 (1905): 570-571.

Box 6 , Folder 16

No. 307. Lambert, Patricia M. Health in Prehistoric Populations of the Santa Barbara Channel Islands. American Antiquity 58(3): 509-522 (1993). [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 v. 58 1993 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 17

No. 308. Lambert, Patricia M., and Phillip L. Walker. Physical Anthropological Evidence for the Evolution of Social Complexity in Coastal Southern California. Antiquity 65(249):963-973 (1991). [LMU Call No.: CC1.A7 v. 65 1991 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 18

No. 309. Langenwalter, Paul E., II. Ritual Animal Burials from the Encino Village Site. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 22, no. 3 (1986): 63-97.

Box 6 , Folder 19

No. 320. Meighan, Clement W. Stone Effigies in Southern California. Masterkey, 50 (1976): 25-29.

Box 6 , Folder 20

No. 325. Moriarty, James Robert, III. Factors in Motivating the Rejection of Agriculture in Pre-Hispanic Southern California. American Indian Quarterly, 7 (1983): 41-56.

Box 6 , Folder 21

No. 326. Moriarty, James Robert. A Reconstruction of the Development of Primitive Religion in California. Southern California Quarterly, 52 (1970): 313-344.

Box 6 , Folder 22

No. 328. Munro, Pamela Elizabeth Lang, and Peter John Benson. Reduplication and Rule Ordering in Luiseño. International Journal of American Linguistics, 39 (1973): 15-21. [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 23

No. 330. Nelson, N. C. Notes on the Santa Barbara Culture. IN Essays in Anthropology Presented to A. L. Kroeber. Berkeley, 1936: 199-209. [LMU Call No.: GN4.E7; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 24

No. 332. Owen, Roger C. On the Heterogeneity of Bands: A Rejoinder. American Anthropologist, 68 (1966): 1502-1504. [LMU Call No.: GN1.A5 v.68 1966 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 25

No. 333. Owen, Roger C. The Patrilocal Band: A Linguistically and Culturally Hybrid Social Unit. American Anthropologist, 67 (1965): 675-690. [LMU Call No.: GN1.A5 v.67 1965 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 6 , Folder 26

No. 334. Pelzel, Thomas O. The San Gabriel Stations of the Cross from an Art Historical Perspective. Journal of California Anthropology, 3, no. 1 (1976): 115-119.

Box 6 , Folder 27

No. 337. Phillips, George Harwood. Indians in Los Angeles, 1781-1875: Economic Integration, Social Disintegration. IN Roger L. Nichols, ed. The American Indian. 3rd ed. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1986: 179-193.

Box 6 , Folder 28

No. 338. Polley, Frank. Renegade Indians of San Gabriel. Annual Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California. 3:22-25. 1896.

Box 6 , Folder 29

No. 345. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol 18, No 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1996)

Box 6 , Folder 30

No. 345. Preston, William. Serpent in Eden: Dispersal of Foreign Diseases into Pre- mission California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 18 (1): 2-37 (1996).

Box 7 , Folder 1

No. 348. Raab, L. Mark. Optimal Foraging Analysis of Prehistoric Shellfish Collecting on San Clemente Island, California. Journal of Ethnobiology 12(1): 63-80 (1992).

Box 7 , Folder 2

No. 349. Raab, L. Mark, and Andrew Yatsko. Prehistoric Human Ecology of Quinquina, a Research Design for Archaeological Studies on San Clemente Island, Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26(2-3): 10-37 (1990).

Box 7 , Folder 3

No. 352. Rosen, Martin D. Archaeological Investigations at Two Prehistoric Santa Catalina Island Sites: Roski (SCaI-45) and Miner’s Camp (SCaI-118). Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 16, nos. 1-2 (1980): 27-60.

Box 7 , Folder 4

No. 353. Rosenthal, E. Jane. San Nicolas Island Bifaces: a Distinctive Stone Tool ManufacturingTechnique. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 18 (2): 303-314 (1996).

Box 7 , Folder 5

No. 354. Salls, Roy A. Return to Big Dog Cave: the Last Evidence of a Prehistoric Fishery on the Southern California Bight. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26(2-3): 38-60 (1990).

Box 7 , Folder 6

No. 355. Salls, Roy A. To Catch a Fish: Some Limitations on Prehistoric Fishing in Southern California with Special Reference to Native Plant Fiber Fishing Line. Journal of Ethnobiology 9(2): 173-199 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 7

No. 356. Sanburg, Delmer, Jr. A Pictograph Site Near Los Angeles. Masterkey, 46 (1972): 18-26.

Box 7 , Folder 8

No. 358. Schroth, Adella. Two Milling Stone Material Caches from Southern Coastal California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 29(4): 35-50 (1993).

Box 7 , Folder 9

No. 358. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly Vol 29, No 4. (1993)

Box 7 , Folder 10

No. 361. Scouler, John. Observations on the Indigenous Tribes of the Northwest Coast of America. Journal of the Royal Geographic Society, London, 11 (1841), 215-251.

Box 7 , Folder 11

No. 363. Shapiro, Warren. On Patrilocal Bands. American Anthropologist, 68 (1966): 1498-1502. [LMU Call No.: GN1.A5 v.68 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 7 , Folder 12

No. 366. Shipek, Florence C. Mission Indians and Indians of California Land Claims. American Indian Quarterly 13(4): 409-420 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 13

No. 367. Slagle, Allogan. Unfinished Justice: Completing the Restoration and Acknowledgement of California Indian Tribes. American Indian Quarterly 13(4): 325-345 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 14

No. 369. Smythe, Charles W., and Priya Helweg. Summary of Ethnological Objects in the National Museum of Natural History Associated with the Gabrielino Culture. Washington, D.C.: Repatriation Office, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, 1996. [LMU Call No.: being processed as of 7/12/02]

Box 7 , Folder 15

No. 370. Stafford, Thomas W., and Rose A. Tyson. Accelerator and Radiocarbon Dates on Charcoal, Shell, and Human Bone from the Del Mar Site, California. American Antiquity 54(2): 389-395 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 16

No. 374. Sutton, Imre. Cartographic Factor in Indian Land Tenure: Some Examples from Southern California. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 12(2): 53-80 (1988).

Box 7 , Folder 17

No. 375. Sutton, Mark Q., and Eric W. Ritter. Two Cast-iron Pots from Aboriginal Contexts in Southern California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 9(2): 289-292 (1987).

Box 7 , Folder 18

No. 375. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthroology Vol 9, No 2. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1987)

Box 7 , Folder 19

No. 377. Tenney, J. M. Trauma among Early Californians. Human Evolution 5(4): 397-401 (1990).

Box 7 , Folder 20

No. 378. Thomas, Kimberly Diane. Vowel Length in Yavapai Revisited. IN Papers from the 1992 Hokan-Penutian Languages Conference and the J. P. Harrington Conference, ed. James E. Redden, 90-131. Occasional Papers in Linguistics, no. 17. Carbondale: Department of Linguistics, Southern Illinois University, 1992.

Box 7 , Folder 21

No. 379. Timbrook, Jan. Elementary, My Dear Hudson. Bulletin of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History no. 80:2. 1895.

Box 7 , Folder 22

No. 380. True, D. L. Archaeological Sites Near Bixby Slough, Los Angeles County, California. Journal of New World Archaeology 7(4): 79-88 (1990).

Box 7 , Folder 23

No. 381. Tutorow, Norman E. Source Materials for Historical Research in the Los Angeles Federal Records Center. Southern California Quarterly, 53 (1971):333-344. [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 v. 53 1971 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 7 , Folder 24

No. 383. Van Horn, David M. Marymount Points: a Tanged Arrowhead Series in Coastal Southern California. Journal of New World Archaeology 7(4): 29-36 (1990).

Box 7 , Folder 25

No. 385. Walker, E. F. Indians of Southern California. Masterkey, 11 (1937): 184-194; 12 (1938): 24-29; 17 (1943): 201-216.

Box 7 , Folder 26

No. 386. Walker, P. L., and S. E. Hollimon. Changes in Osteoarthritis Associated with the Development of a Maritime Economy among Southern California Indians. International Journal of Anthropology 4(3): 171-183 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 27

No. 387. Walker, Phillip L. Cranial Injuries as Evidence of Violence in Prehistoric Southern California. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 80(3): 313-323 (1989).

Box 7 , Folder 28

No. 388. Wallace, William J., and Edith Taylor Wallace. Palos Verdes Carved Stone Figures. Masterkey, 48 (1974): 59-66.

Box 7 , Folder 29

No. 390. Wardle, H. Newell. Stone Implements of Surgery (?) from San Miguel Island, California. American Anthropologist 15 (1913) 656-660.

Box 7 , Folder 30

No. 394. Whitley, David S. Cognitive Neuroscience, Shamanism and the Rock Art of Native California. Anthropology of Consciousness 9(1): 22-37 (1998).

Box 7 , Folder 31

No. 398. Wissler, M. A Cañalino Site Near Deer Canyon, Ventura County, California. Masterkey, 32 (1958): 73-87.

Box 7 , Folder 32

No. 399. Wlodarski, Robert J. An Incised Soapstone Object from Johnson’s Landing, Santa Catalina Island, California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 6 (1984): 256-260.

Box 8 , Folder 1

No. 401. Wood, Raymund F. Francisco Garces, Explorer of Southern California. Southern California Quarterly, 51 (1969): 185-209. [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 v.51 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 2

No. 402. Yates, L. G. Archaeology of California: Southern California. IN Moorehead, W. K., Prehistoric Implements, Section VII, p. 230-252, Cincinnati, 1900. [LMU Call No.: E98.I4 M8; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 3

No. 404. Yatsko, Andrew. San Clemente Island Archaeology: an Introduction. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26(2-3): 1-9 (1990).

Box 8 , Folder 4

No. 405. McLendon, Sally, and John R. Johnson, et al. Final Report: Cultural Affiliation and Lineal Descent of Chumash Peoples in the Channel Islands and the Santa Monica Mountains. Submitted to Muriel Crespi, Archaeology and Ethnography Program, National Park Service. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. December 1999.

Box 8 , Folder 5

No. 406. Bean, Lowell J. Social Organization in Native California. IN Native Californians: A Theoretical Retrospective, L. J. Bean and T. Blackburn, eds., p. 99-123. Socorro, NM: Ballena Press, 1976. [LMU Call No.: E78.C15 N37; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 6

No. 407. Coombs, G. Opportunities, Information Networks and the Migration-Distance Relationship. Social Networks 1:257-276 (1979).

Box 8 , Folder 7

No. 409. Flynn, J. P., and F. Laderman. Purgatory and the Powerful Dead: A Case Study of Native American Repatriation. Religion and American Culture 4(1): 51-75 (1994). [LMU Call No.: Alpha by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 8

No. 412. Hernandez, S. No Settlement Without Women: Three Spanish California Settlement Schemes, 1790-1800. Southern California Quarterly 72: 203-233 (1990).[LMU Call No.: F867.H57 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 9

No. 413. Jackson, R. H. Epidemic Disease and Population Decline in the Baja California Missions, 1697-1834. Southern California Quarterly 63: 308-346 (1981). [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 10

No. 414. Johnson, J. R. The People of Quinquina: San Clemente Island’s Original Inhabitants as Described by Ethnohistoric Documents. Department of Anthropology, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Submitted to Natural Resources Office, Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego. 1988.

Box 8 , Folder 11

No. 415. Keeley, L. H. Hunter-Gatherer Economic Complexity and “Population Pressure”: A Cross-Cultural Analysis. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 7:373-411 (1988).

Box 8 , Folder 12

No. 422. Gamble, Lynn H. Archaeological Evidence for the Origin of the Plank Canoe in North America. American Antiquity 67 (2): 301-315 (2002). [LMU Call No.: E51.A52 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 13

No. 423. Bettinger, R. L., and M. A. Baumhoff. The Numic Spread: Great Basin Cultures in Competition. American Antiquity 47: 485-503 (1982). [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (Microfilm periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 8 , Folder 14

No. 424. Bettinger, R. L., and T. F. King. Interaction and Political Organization: A Theoretical Framework for Archaeology in Owens Valley, California. University of California Archaeological Survey Annual Report 13: 187-195 (1971).

Box 8 , Folder 15

No. 427. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol 17, No. 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1995)

Box 8 , Folder 16

No. 432. Raab, L. M., J. F. Porcasi, K. Bradford, and A. Yatsko. Debating Cultural Evolution: Regional Implication of Fishing Intensification at Eel Point, San Clemente Island. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 31: 3-27 (1995).

Box 8 , Folder 17

No. 433. Journal of California and Great Basisn Anthropology Vol 21, No. 2. Banning, California: Malki Musuem Inc. (1999)

Box 9 , Folder 1

No. 435. Hackel, Steven W. The Staff of Leadership: Indian Authority in the Missions of Alta California. William and Mary Quarterly 54 (2): 347-376 (1997). [LMU Call No.: F221.W71 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 2

No. 436. Sanchez, Georgianna Valoyce. From the Boats. From the Island. In Their Own Words. News from Native California 15 (2): 10-17 (2001). [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 3

No. 437. Wilson, Diana Drake. California Indian Participation in Repatriation: Working Toward Recognition. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 21(3): 191-209 (1997). [LMU Call No.: E75.A5124 (periodicals); Also copy in Sp. Collections in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection]

Box 9 , Folder 4

No. 438. Anonymous. Lost Past. U.S. News and World Report 113 (16): 32 (1992). [LMU Call No.: JK1.U65 (periodicals); Also copy in Sp. Collections in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection]

Box 9 , Folder 5

No. 439. Tahja, Katy. Tongva Chachaukel Game. California Chronicles 2 (2): 13 (1999).

Box 9 , Folder 6

No. 440. Anonymous. Learn All About It. California Chronicles 1 (2): 30-31 (1998).

Box 9 , Folder 7

No. 441. Peterson, Richard H. Antonio Garra Wanted His Fellow Indians in California to Unite Against the American Invaders. Wild West 13 (4): 22-23 (2000).

Box 9 , Folder 8

No. 442. Preston, William L. Portents of Plague from California’s Protohistoric. Ethnohistory 49 (1): 69-121 (2002).

Box 9 , Folder 9

No. 444. Wayte, Beverly. Linda Vista Revisited: From Indians to Modern-day Pasadenans, Part I. Southern California Quarterly 73 (2): 125-156 (1991). [LMU Call No.: F867.H57 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 10

No. 446. Pond, Gordon G. Steatite Tablets from Malaga Cove. Masterkey 42 (4): 124-131 (1968).

Box 9 , Folder 11

No. 447. Anonymous. Indigenous Artists Tell Flip-side Story of Gold Rush of ’49. Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) March 8, 1999: p. C4.

Box 9 , Folder 12

No. 448. Snyder, George. Language Is Life: 4th Biannual Gathering to Preserve California Indian Culture. News from Indian Country 14(5): 16B (2000).

Box 9 , Folder 13

No. 449. Teixeira, Lauren. Storytellers on the Road: North. News from Native California 15 (1): 14 (2001). [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 14

No. 450. Adams, Amanda. The Arts of Everyday Life. News from Native California 15 (1): 19 (2001). [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 15

No. 451. May, James. Bill Introduced to Recognize Gabrielino. Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) 21 (8): B1 (2001).

Box 9 , Folder 16

No. 452. Snyder, Gary. ‘A String that Holds Together Our Culture and Traditions’: First Positive Vote for Indian Interests. News from Indian Country 10 (10): 9A (1996).

Box 9 , Folder 17

No. 453. Wamstad, Anne-Lise. Sacred Indian Site Headed for a Mini-Mall Future? Cultural Survival Quarterly 18 (4): 5 (1995). [LMU Call No.: GN380.N478 (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 18

No. 454. Anonymous. American Indian Group Appeals Cathedral Ruling. The Ojibwe News 10 (47): 2 (1998).

Box 9 , Folder 19

No. 455. Casgraux, Douglas. Tribes Stop Cathedral Construction. Indian Country Today (Lakota Times) April 13, 1998: p. A3.

Box 9 , Folder 20

No. 456. Casgraux, Douglas. Indian Holocaust: Archaeologists Discover 50 Ancestors at ARCO Refinery. The Ojibwe News 11 (10): 1 (1998).

Box 9 , Folder 21

No. 457. Anonymous. DNA from Indian Burial Site May Prove Gabrielino Heritage. The Associated Press State and Local Wire May 18, 1999: BC cycle.

Box 9 , Folder 22

No. 458. Granberry, Michael. Judge’s Ruling Deals Setback to Wetlands Project. Los Angeles Times May 28, 1997: A, 3:5. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 23

No. 459. Chambers, Carol. One Man’s Crusade to Take a Peak into History; Geography: La Crescenta Resident Wants to Name a Local Mountaintop after the Region’s Original Inhabitants. Los Angeles Times August 13, 2001: B.3. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 24

No. 460. Schenden, Laurie K. Reviving a Lost World; Santa Fe Springs Pays Homage to Its Past by Building a Native American Village. Los Angeles Times September 23, 1999: CAL, 46:1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]"

Box 9 , Folder 25

No. 461. Slater, Eric. Trail of Shells May Lead to Indians’ Past; Archaeology: Discoveries of the Small Beads from Orange County to Oregon Could Show that Tribes of Thousands of Years Ago Were More Complex than Once Thought. Los Angeles Times January 19, 1998: A, 3:2. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 26

No. 462. Anonymous. Suit Seeks to Prevent Nature Center at Site. Los Angeles Times December 5, 1995: 5. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 27

No. 463. Anonymous. Indian Tribe, Hayden Mark Passage of Preservation Bill. Los Angeles Times September 17, 1998: 4. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 28

No. 464. Hamilton, Denise. Value of Artifacts from Lost Village Debated. Los Angeles Times (Valley Edition) August 25, 1985: 6.

Box 9 , Folder 29

No. 465. Blume, Howard. Mall Site a Burial Ground, Indians Claim Archaeology: Whittier Has Agreed to Hire an Expert to Examine the Tract Earmarked for a $20-million Shopping Center. Los Angeles Times September 9, 1990: 7.

Box 9 , Folder 30

No. 466. Maharaj, Davan. O.C. Fossil Digs Yield Bonanza for Scientists. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) July 30, 1991: 1.

Box 9 , Folder 31

No. 467. Maharaj, Davan. Mission Viejo Dig Is Rich in Sea Fossils Paleontology: New Species of Whales, Crabs and Fish are Unearthed. Discoveries Suggest Climate Changes in Area. Los Angeles Times July 30, 1991: 3. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 32

No. 468. Dillow, Gordon. No Common Ground Indians Say 22-Acre Site Is Sacred but Cal State Long Beach Disagrees and Plans to Lease It to Developer. Los Angeles Times June 19, 1993: 1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 33

No. 469. Nguyen, Tina. Chief Unhappy with Reburial of Tribal Artifacts; Culture: Juanenos Leader Scolds Irvine Co., Although Other Observers Have No Complaint. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) November 28, 1996: 1.

Box 9 , Folder 34

No. 470. Parsons, Dana. Will Irvine Co.’s Sacred Heritage Trump Native Americans’? Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) January 23, 2002: B.3.

Box 9 , Folder 35

No. 471. Terada, Jason. Tongva Indians Celebrate Roots Rediscovered. Los Angeles Times (Ventura County Edition) November 25, 1996: B.3.

Box 9 , Folder 36

No. 472. Pinsky, Mark I. ‘This Is the Greatest of All Finds’: A Rare Indian Skeleton Sanctified. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) February 5, 1987: 2.1.

Box 9 , Folder 37

No. 473. Anonymous. Shaman Sanctifies Rare Indian Skeleton. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) February 8, 1987: 2.17.

Box 9 , Folder 38

No. 474. McGarry, T. W. Indian Feud: Development Brings Out the War Paint. Los Angeles Times June 4, 1988: 2.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 39

No. 475. Goodman, Adrianne. Indian Tribe Storyteller Will Take Children Back to Once Upon a Time. Los Angeles Times (South Bay Edition) October 7, 1988: 2.9.

Box 9 , Folder 40

No. 476. Hudson, Berkley. New Complications Arise over Project; County to Vote on Zone Changes for Development in Foothills. Los Angeles Times (San Gabriel Valley Edition/Section) August 24, 1989: 9.1.

Box 9 , Folder 41

No. 477. Haithman, Diane. UCLA Course on the L.A. Festival Takes to the Streets; Education: UCLA Extension’s Introductory Series to the Arts Extravaganza Begins Saturday at a Sanctuary for Refugees. Los Angeles Times August 3, 1990: F.6. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 42

No. 478. Doherty, Shawn. Gabrielinos Join Battle over Barrington Plaza; Zoning: Tribe May Join Westside Activists in Effort to Block 23-Story Development. They Cite Historical Significance of Underground Springs. Los Angeles Times (Westside Edition/Section) October 24, 1991: J.7.

Box 9 , Folder 43

No. 479. Gottesman, Jill. Judge Bars Building on Indian Site; Development: The Temporary Order Prohibits Cal State Long Beach from Doing an Archaeological Survey on 22 Acres Considered Sacred by the Gabrielino Tribe. Los Angeles Times September 4, 1993: B.3. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 44

No. 481. Anonymous. Court Upholds Ban on Developing Ancient Site. Los Angeles Times February 26, 1994: B.2. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 45

No. 482. Rasmussen, Cecilia. Southern California Then and Now. Los Angeles Times February 28, 1994: B.3. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 46

No. 483. McLellan, Dennis. Ode to L.A.’s First Inhabitants; It Took 17 Years to Write, But Bill McCawley’s Book on the Gabrielino Fills a Major Gap in California’s History. Los Angeles Times October 14, 1996: E.4. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 47

No. 484. Rasmussen, Cecilia. From Site of Ancient Tribal Tree, the City of Angels Grew. Los Angeles Times April 12, 1997: B.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 48

No. 485. Merl, Jean. Workers Unearth the Unexplained; Archaeology: Finds at Burial Site in Carson Show That 50 Gabrielino Indians Died Violently But Mysteriously. Los Angeles Times December 11, 1998: B.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 49

No. 486. Mozingo, Joe. In Search of the Lost Gabrielinos; Descendants of L.A. Basin’s Indigenous Tribe, in a Quest for Federal Recognition, Pore Through Mission Records and Seek to Rebuild a Vanished Culture. It Is a Daunting Task. Los Angeles Times July 16, 1999: A.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 50

No. 487. Harder, Dan. Finding God in L.A.; Just Off the 405 Is a Forlorn Lot Where, the Tongva Indians Say, Something Very Sacred Happened. Los Angeles Times January 28, 2001. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 51

No. 488. Talev, Margaret. Gaming Issue Muddies Regional Tribe’s Pursuit of Recognition; Rights: Gabrielino Indians Seek Sovereign Status and Federal Aid, But Critics Fear What They Really Want Is a Casino. Los Angeles Times October 25, 2001. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 52

No. 489. Sherry, Kevin F. ‘A Living Society’: Tongva Dance Cycle Celebrated. The Daily News of Los Angeles November 24, 1997.

Box 9 , Folder 53

No. 490. Morris, Steven Leigh. Before the Padres. L.A. Weekly October 1, 1999: 188.

Box 9 , Folder 54

No. 495. Krol, Debra Utacia. Storytellers on the Road: South. News from Native California 15 (1): 15 (2001). [LMU Call No.: Alpha. by Title (periodicals); Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 55

No. 496. King, Chester. Chumash Inter-village Economic Exchange. IN Native Californians: A Theoretical Retrospective, L. J. Bean and T. Blackburn, eds., p. 289-318. Socorro, NM: Ballena Press, 1976 [LMU Call No.: E78.C15 N37; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 56

No. 498. Salls, Roy A. Ancient Mariners: Ten Thousand Years of Marine Exploration at Eel Point, San Clemente Island, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 26 (2-3): 61-92 (1990).

Box 9 , Folder 57

No. 499. Anonymous. Coastal Commission Reverses Stand On Ballona Bluffs. Santa Monica Mirror 2 (9): August 16-22, 2000.

Box 9 , Folder 58

No. 500. Anonymous. Environmental Groups File Suit Against Coastal Commission. Santa Monica Mirror 2 (18): October 18-24, 2000.

Box 9 , Folder 59

No. 501. Anonymous (Mirror staff). Superior Court Seconds Coastal Commission Decision on Project. Santa Monica Mirror 1 (13): September 15-21, 1999.

Box 9 , Folder 60

No. 502. Mejia, Victor S. Bones of Contention. New Times Los Angeles June 3, 1999.

Box 9 , Folder 61

No. 503. Anonymous. Judge Denies Native American Suit. Los Angeles Downtown News June 12, 1998.

Box 9 , Folder 62

No. 504. Coker, Matt. ‘This is Where We Pray’: As Earthmovers Move in, Local Indians Move to Save Their Sacred Land. Orange County Weekly November 2-8, 2001.

Box 9 , Folder 63

No. 505. Emmers, Bob. Apologize for This: Mission Founder Junipero Serra Brought Death and Destruction to California’s Natives. Now He’s One Step Away from Sainthood. Orange County Weekly March 17-23, 2000.

Box 9 , Folder 64

No. 506. Hansen, Joan. Artifacts on Display at Concordia. Irvine World News April 5, 2001.

Box 9 , Folder 65

No. 507. Pasquis, Kimberly. Government Blocks CSULB Land-lock Issues. California State University Long Beach 49er 9 (28): October 11, 2001.

Box 9 , Folder 66

No. 508. Regardie, Jon. Cathedral Costs Could Double. Los Angeles Downtown News (Date Unknown).

Box 9 , Folder 67

No. 509. Rogers, Jamie. Pow Wow Celebrates Native Culture. California State University Long Beach 49er 8(85): March 13, 2001.

Box 9 , Folder 68

No. 514. Young, Emily. History in the Common: In San Gabriel, a Tribute to the Tongvas Shares Green Space with Trees and Picnic Tables. Los Angeles Times June 6, 2002: E.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 69

No. 515. Martelle, Scott. Rock Art Preservation Is Often Uncharted Terrain; The Discovery of Ancient Carvings in Some Irvine Caves Spotlights How Few Rules Govern Such Relic Once Their Existence Is Recorded. Los Angeles Times January 13, 2002: B.8. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 70

No. 516. Borgatta, Tina. Prehistoric Indian Carving Imperiled by Housing Project; Irvine Co. Promises to Preserve More Significant Sites, But Local Tribal Leaders Say the Cave with the Tiny Artifact is Sacred Ground. Los Angeles Times January 3, 2002: B.1. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 71

No. 517. Tempest, Rone. A Race to Save Fading Native Languages; Berkeley Workshop Opens the Door for Members of California Tribes to Try to Revive or Maintain Fast-disappearing Ancestral Tongues. Los Angeles Times June 8, 2002: B.12. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 72

No. 518. Johnson, Oscar. Forest Visitors Gain Insights into Indian Culture; Volunteers Staff Center on Angeles Crest Highway in Effort to Dispel Myths about Native Americans. Los Angeles Times July 5, 2001: B.3. [LMU Call No.: Microfilm Newspaper; Also copy in Gabrielino/Tongva Collection in Archives/Sp. Collections]

Box 9 , Folder 73

No. 519. Martelle, Scott. To Protect and Preserve?; As Ancient Carvings Found in Irvine Show, the County Is Still Not Sure What Relics to Save or How. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) January 13, 2002: B.1.

Box 10 , Folder 1

No. 520. Borgatta, Tina. Irvine Co., Indians Divided by a Wall Carving; The Tiny Image in a San Joaquin Hills Cave Is Sacred to Some, But Homes Are Planned for the Site. Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition) January 3, 2002: B.1.

Box 10 , Folder 2

No. 521. Biederman, Patricia Ward. Quake Damage Is History at State Park; With Building Repairs Nearly Done, Valley Site Reopens after 18 Months. Los Angeles Times (Valley Edition) April 29, 2002: B.3.

Box 10 , Folder 3

No. 523. Haynes, Karima A. Valley History Exposed; About 80 Children Watch as a Portion of Campo de Cahuenga Adobe Ruins Dating from Mexican War Is Unearthed. Los Angeles Times (Valley Edition) January 7, 2000: 1.

Box 10 , Folder 4

No. 524. Author Unknown. Gardening Ancient Valleyites Had Pick of Nature’s Crop. The Daily News of Los Angeles April 20, 1996.

Box 10 , Folder 5

No. 527. Author Unknown. Tongva Descendants Coming Home. Long Beach Press- Telegram September 20, 1992.

Box 10 , Folder 6

No. 531. Hillburg, Bill. Tongva Roots Go Deep in L.A. Area. The Daily News of Los Angeles December 23, 2001: N12.

Box 10 , Folder 7

No. 534. Gao, Helen. People, Peak May Share Name; Man Campaigns to Honor Native Tongva. The Daily News of Los Angeles July 21, 2001: N3.

Box 10 , Folder 8

No. 536. Kahlenberg, Richard. A Telling Tradition; Event Will Feature the Lore of Native Americans. Los Angeles Times (Ventura County Edition) April 23, 1998: 45.

Box 10 , Folder 9

No. 537. Anonymous. A Learning Link to the Ballona Wetlands. Los Angeles Times October 10, 2002.

Box 10 , Folder 10

No. 545. The Masterkey Vol. 33, No. 3. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1959)

Box 10 , Folder 11

No. 546. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 17, No. 2. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1995)

Box 10 , Folder 12

No. 547. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 21, No. 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1999)

Box 10 , Folder 13

No. 548. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 12, No. 1. Banning, California: Malki Museum Inc. (1990)

Box 10 , Folder 14

No. 549. The Masterkey Vol. 11, No. 3. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1937)

Box 10 , Folder 15

No. 550. The Masterkey Vol. 11, No. 4. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1937)

Box 10 , Folder 16

No. 551. The Masterkey Vol. 11, No. 5. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1937)

Box 10 , Folder 17

No. 553. The Masterkey Vol. 50, No. 1. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1976)

Box 10 , Folder 18

No. 554. The Masterkey Vol. 33, No. 1. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1959)

Box 10 , Folder 19

No. 555. The Masterkey Vol. 48, No. 4. Los Angeles, California: Southwest Museum. (1974)

Box 11 , Folder 1

Dawson, Lawrence, and Deets, James. Chumash Indian Art. The Art Gallery, University of Santa Barbara, California. April 21 to May 17, 1964.

Box 11 , Folder 2

Fact Sheet re: Major Tribal Cemetary Found on Centinela Creek at Playa Vista Construction Site

Box 11 , Folder 3

Gibson, J. William, and King, Chester. Skeletons in Playa Vista's Closet. Los Angeles Times, June 20, 2004. M3

Box 11 , Folder 4

Journal of California and Great Basin Anthroplogy. Volume 6, No. 1, 1984

Box 11 , Folder 5

Lin, Sara. State Decries Removal of Remains. Los Angeles Times, March 21, 2004. No page

Box 11 , Folder 6

Orr, Phil C. Customs of the Canalino. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Occassional Papers, Number 6. 1956.

Box 11 , Folder 7

Pasco, Jean O. Indian Casion in El Toro's Future? Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2002. B12

Box 11 , Folder 8

Singleton, Heather. Chronology of the Gabrieleno/Tongva Nation. Undated

Box 11 , Folder 9

The Voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, First Discoverer of the Coast of California. Undated.