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Chemehuevi Indian Tribe

As part of the Great Basin Culture Area, the Chemehuevi (a Mojave term meaning “those that play with fish”), a branch of the Southern Paiute, have been persistent occupants of the Mojave Desert.

Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel

This site includes the history, culture, tribal enterprises and other information about the Iipay of Santa Ysabel.

Kumeyaay Nation

This site is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Kumeyaay culture.

Morongo Band of Mission Indians

This website provides information on the history, heritage, community, Tribal government and Tribal departments of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.

Pala Band of Mission Indians

This website will assist you in learning more about the people, history and culture of the Pala Band of Mission Indians.

Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians

For more than 10,000 years the Pechanga people have called the Temecula Valley home. See this website for more information on the Pechanga history, culture, government and economy with a focus on the past, present and future.

Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians

Since time immemorial the descendants of the Soboba people are those whom have lived on and occupied the land that is presently known as the cities of San Jacinto, Hemet, Valle Vista and Winchester. See this website for more information on Sobobo history, events and economy.

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