The Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area

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Heyday Books, 1978 - History - 182 pages
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Describes the culture of Native American inhabitants in the California Bay Area prior to the arrival of Europeans, offering insight into the daily lives, culture and rituals of the Ohlone while tracing their experiences under Spanish, Mexican and American regimes. By the author of The Way We Lived.

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I wanted to read an account of what indigenous life was like in the Bay Area before European settlers arrived. It's flabbergasting that almost none of the original inhabitants of this area -- the ... Read full review

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Margolin is the author of books on California Indian life.

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