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Native Americans of the
Salton Basin-Colorado Delta

  Official websites of the different tribes and bands are designated by an asterisk (*).

 
GENERAL INFORMATION
California Pre-contact Tribal Territories Map
California Indians for Cultural and Environmental Protection
 
TRIBES AND BANDS OF REGION
THE CAHUILLA
Cahuilla General Interest Sites
Cahuilla Indians
Cahuilla Creation Story
Historic Lands of the Cahuilla Map
The Cahuilla-Notes and Pictures from The North American Indian
Basketmaker Rock Art
VC Desert Museum Photo Images
The Bird Songs
Cahuilla Bird Singers-Photo
Singing Stones
Mission Music
Indians of the Anza Borrego
Aqua Caliente Band of Cauhilla Indians*
Richard M. Milanovich, Chairman
  Agua Caliente Tribal Council
  110 North Indian Canyon
  Palm Springs, CA 92262
  P: 619/325-5673
  F: 619/325-0593
Tribal History
Palm Springs History
Additional History
Political History
Tribal Council
Culture and Lore
Indian Canyons
History and Indian Canyons
Palm Springs History
Events Calendar
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Augustine Band of Mission Indians
Maryann Martin, Chairman
  Augustine Band of Mission Indians
  1185 Hargrave Street
  Banning, CA 92220-2633
  P: 909/922-9727
  F: No Fax
Cabazon Band of Mission Indians*
John A. James, Chairman
  Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
  84-245 Indio Spring Drive
  Indio, CA 92201
  P: 916/342-2593
  F: 916/347-7880
History of the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
Sovereignty
Tribal government and Administration
Indio Powwows
Enterprises
Issues
Location Map
Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians
Michelle Salgado, Spokesperson
  
Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians
  P.O. Box 391760
  Anza, CA 92539-1760
  P: 909/763-5549
  F: No Fax
History
Los Coyotes Band of Mission Indians
Frank Taylor, Spokesman
  Los Coyotes Band of Mission Indians
  P.O. Box 100
  Warner Springs, CA 92086
  P: 619/782-3269
  F: 619/782-2701
Los Coyotes Band of Mission Indians
  P.O. Box 86
  Warner Springs, CA 92086
Los Coyotes Trail Information
Los Coyotes Reservation Map
Los Coyotes Campground
Torrez-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians*
Mary E. Belardo, Chairperson
  Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians
  P.O. Box 1160
  Thermal, CA 92274
   P: 619/397-8144
  F: 619/397-8146
Tribal Council and History
Art Lopez Testimony at the Water and Power Hearings for H.R. 3267
 New Site
Morongo Band of Cahuilla Indians
Mary Ann Andreas, Chairperson
  Morongo Band
  11581 Potrero Road
  Banning, CA 92220
  P: 909/849-4697
  F: 909/849-4698
Brief History
The Maki Museum
  Field Road,
  Banning, CA
  (909-849-7289)
Malki Map
Hazardous Waste
Guardian of Cahuilla Culture
  Ramona Band of Cahuilla Indians
Joseph Hamilton, Representative
  Ramona Band of Indians
  P.O. Box 39137
  Anza, CA 92539
  P: 909/763-0371
  F: 909/763-0371
Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians near Anza
The Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians (Hemet)
Anthony Largo, Chairperson
  Santa Rosa Reservation
  25 North Western Ave.
  Hemet, CA 92343
  P: 909/849-4671
  F: 909/849-5612
THE DIEGUNEÑO
The Northern Diegueño Indians
THE COCOPAH
Mexican Branch
Their Water Taken, Mexico's Cocopa Cling to Arid Homeland, Grossfeld, October 9, 1997
Colorado's River People
Plan to Revive Water to Lower Colorado Delta
Language
Yuma Branch*
Cocopah Indian Tribe*
  County 15th & Avenue G
  Somerton, Arizona 85350
  P:520-627-2102
  F:520-627-2061
The Colorado River Cocopah Indian Reservation
Cocopah Tribal Council
Heavily Used Colorado River Gives Last Drops to Mexican Farm Fields
US Code: Title 43, Section 1572 "Transfer of lands to Cocopah Tribe of Indians"
RESOLUTION: COCOPAH TRIBAL COUNCIL
Cocopah Indian Reservation - Community Profile
Cocopah Indian Tribe
Cocopah Indian Reservation (PDF format)
Cocopah Reservation
Cocopah Tribal Office
Cocopah Indian Reservation
Colorado River Nations Alliance
Defenders of the Sacred Ech Kah Nav Cha Pipah Aha Macav
THE KUMEYAAY
Kumeyaay (Kwaamyii)
Anza Borrego State Parks and Indian History
THE COLORADO RIVER TRIBES
The Colorado River Indian Tribes*
The Colorado River Indian Tribes
  Route 1, Box 23-B
  Parker, AZ 85344
  1-520-669-9211
General Information
CRIT Administration -The Tribal Council and Tribal Departments
CRIT Sun & Fun - Sun and Fun for all visitors to our home
CRIT Job Listing - Empoyment Opportunities
Life - What it is like where we live
History - History of the Colorado River Indian Tribes
Colorado River Nations Alliance
LINKS TO OTHER SITES
American Indian Tribal Directory
American Indian Library Association
Code Talk - American Indian Websites
Compact History Site
Federally Recognized Tribes
Native American Nations
Tribal Leader List
Tribal Resources
Enrollment and Census Population in Arizona Tribes


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