Curing (Other Keyword)

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Eccleston’s Pictograph: The Great Medicine Rock (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul Langenwalter. Titus Kennedy.

During 1851 the Mariposa Battalion was formed to quell conflict between a number of Central California tribes and settlers during the California Gold Rush. The battalion’s pursuit of the Chowchilla and Chukchansi tribes led to several important discoveries including a Chukchansi curing shrine and Yosemite Valley. Diarist Robert Eccleston named the shrine “The Great Medicine Rock” and provided a brief description of its use. This is the earliest account of any rock art in California and one of...

Notes on the Indians of the Fort Apache Region (1930)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Albert B. Reagan.

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