February 6, 2017 Over the last few months, researchers have been analyzing a small, broken olivella grooved rectangular (OGR) bead that was uncovered at Siutcanga, or place of the oaks (Encino) in the...
January 11, 2017 Fernandeño Tataviam Tribal President Rudy Ortega, Jr., and tribal citizens Caroline Ward Holland and son Kagen Holland, were among the many that presented their support for the Standing...
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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 Read More.