People Facing the Sun Tataviam
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
is the historic tribe of the northern Los Angeles
County of ancestral villages from the
San Fernando, Santa Clarita,
eastern Simi and Antelope Valleys
Historic tribe of the northern Los Angeles County History
Pátskunga Rudy Ortega Sr. Park Achoicominga Mission San Fernando Click on image to play video Building a Tataviam house Building a Kíj –– Tataviam traditional house Rogerio Rocha Antonio Maria Ortega Rudy J. Ortega Sr.

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Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians

The distinct community of the present-day Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (Band) originated in the lineages, villages and culture of the pre-Mission period. The Band is an independent nation, exercising its inherent sovereign authority over its tribal citizens and territory.

Mission San Fernando was established on September 8, 1797 at the village of Achoicominga.

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Historical Timeline

The Historical Timeline is an interactive designed to explain the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (the Band) community and history from 450 A.D. to present time.

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Federal Recognition

Fernandeño Indians evolved at Mission San Fernando from the historical combination before the mission period, individuals of each had shared villages in common as their primary social and political units.

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November 16th, 2020|

The Graphic Designer (GD) job description includes the entire process of defining requirements, visualizing and creating graphics including illustrations, logos,

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