Tataviam Days

September 7, 2010 Tataviam “People facing the Sun” Day is a traditional gathering where tribal families enjoy a potluck, tell stories, play traditional games, sing bird songs in celebration of...

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Nexwetem Basketweavers Gathering

July 27, 2010 Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center, a component of Pukúu Cultural Community Services is pleased to host to the third Basketweavers Gathering at the Haramokngna from Friday,...

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Tataviam Youth participated in InterTribal group program

July 26, 2010 Two of our Fernandeño Tataviam youth, Ruben Ortega and Sabrina Ortega participated in InterTribal Youth Central California Indigenous Earth Science Tour to Owens Valley, Mammoth Lakes,...

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Passing of Tribal Elder Shirley Traba

May 14, 2010 Catherine Shirley Newman Traba, a Fernandeño Tataviam Tribal Elder, passed away on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at the age of 81. Shirley will be missed by all her family, friends, and tribal...

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Extension of Tribal Census

May 13, 2010 Tribal President has requested Tribal Senate to extend the deadline of Tribal Census to be submitted by tribal citizens. On Tuesday May 11th Tribal Senate voted to extend the filing period...

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Tribal Elders visit Burro Flats painted caves

May 3, 2010 In April 2010 the Tribal Historic and Cultural Preservation committee, working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), organized two tours to visit the Burro Flats...

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Blessing of the Santa Clarita Cross Valley Connector

March 28, 2010 The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians performed the opening blessing of the Grand Opening of the Cross Valley Connector on March 27, 2010 for the City of Santa Clarita. Fellow by...

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Park named after Tribal Leader

March 3, 2010 Last July, Rudy Ortega Sr., who led the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians for over five decades, passed away. Following his death, the City of San Fernando dedicated its new...

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