Traditions of Subversion and the Subversion of Tradition: Cultural Criticism in Maidu
Memory and imagination: the legacy of Maidu
Indian artist Frank Day [cited 2003 February 19].
Although the great majority of writers characterize their relationship as a friendship, members of the Maidu
and other Northern California Tribal Nations lobbied the Smithsonian Institution in the late 1990s for the return of Ishi's brain that had been removed and sent to Washington for scientific study after his death in March 1916, despite his wishes not to be mutilated postmortem.
These groups contain descendants of a larger Yana culture to which Ishi's Yahi belonged, as well as the Maidu
Greenberg counted small samples of 1000 each for Hausa, Klamath, Coos, Yurok, Chiricahua, and Maidu
We see the potential for a small number of Greenfield gaming projects to move forward over the next year, including plans by the Shinnecock Nation in Long Island, NY, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in southeast Massachusetts, as well as the Cowlitz Tribe near Portland, OR, Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu
Indians in northern California, and North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians near Fresno, CA.
Tenders are invited for 1)Proposed to Installation of Electric line,poll & street light from Mani house to Maidu
Kaka house in ward no 02, 2)Installation of Electric line,poll & Street light from Masjid road to Chowdeshwari temple in ward no 03 at TP JOG_KARGAL limits.
Illustrated with some 200 color photographs, this book by basketry researchers Shanks and Shanks appears to be aimed at those who wish to be able to recognize, appreciate, and distinguish between baskets of the Pomo, Ohlone, Coast Miwok, Esselen, Huchnom, Lake Miwok, Maidu
, Nomlaki, Patwin, Plains Miwok, Sierra Miwok, Wappo, and Yuki people of California.
In hoping to visit the area, it is in conversation with Johnston that he learns that local Maidu
Indians were attempting to recover Ishi's ashes from a cemetery in the San Francisco Bay area so that they could be reburied properly in Yahi territory beneath Mount Lassen.
It is Mountain Maidu
, and it was once spoken by some two to three thousand California Indians who lived in the northern Sierra Nevada.
It's a spot layered in history, from the Maidu
Indian grinding stones to the brick grave markers etched in Cantonese to the Mohawk gold mine that tunnels under the surface.
The Greenville Rancheria of Maidu
Indians has submitted a proposal to partner with the city and buy land at the Oxnard Factory Outlets for a 24-hour casino.