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Stories and legends of the Palm Springs Indians

Francisco Patencio

Stories and legends of the Palm Springs Indians

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Published by Times-mirror in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Legends,
  • California
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- California -- Folklore.,
    • Legends -- California -- Palm Springs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Chief Francisco Patencio, as told to Margaret Boynton.
      GenreFolklore.
      ContributionsBoynton, Margaret.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE98.F6 P3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 132 p.
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6470774M
      LC Control Number44018350
      OCLC/WorldCa4020904

      One story says that Rosales's ship was sunk in a terrible storm. The coyote represents a tribe of people of his name, and the wild-cat represents a tribe of people of his name; and she taught them that coyote must never marry with coyote, or wild-cat must never marry with wild-cat. It was made in his lungs, and came out of his mouth. The sky blackened, and fire flew, and lightning. Later one old timer, reportedly spent several days camping inside the slowly rotting hull of the old galleon, completely unaware of the pearls and immense wealth that lay buried under the sand beneath him.

      They smoked the tobacco and created Ow il a dog. It is surprisingly possible that a flood occurred connecting the Salton Sea to the Gulf of California. If you do not believe my words, I will go back to where I came from, and take all the creation with me. They will always be different.

      Most of his articles are travel- or Baja-related, including a series on the Baja missions along with numerous fishing and off-road racing articles. But, it would be the original 13 English colonies that would become the first U. When this was all finished, the arrowheads were fastened on the arrow sticks. When the moon was among the people she had taught them to bathe, and ever after when they saw the first quarter of the new moon, they plunged into the water of the pool. One story says that Rosales's ship was sunk in a terrible storm. One of the presumed reasons for this, is that the sands of the desert shift sometimes moving or obscuring or revealing the lost ship.


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Stories and legends of the Palm Springs Indians by Francisco Patencio Download PDF Ebook

They made a big pile of stones and put them around the who-ya-no-hut, and yet it was not steady; so they created great Stories and legends of the Palm Springs Indians book, black ones and white ones not the spiders of today, but the ones that live in the ends of the worldto weave threads to help hold it steady.

Some claimed it was Noah's Ark. The area between the desert and the gulf has the potential to be hit with massive flooding. None has brought back evidence of finding it.

Now this is a song that she taught them, all about the funny faces of the animals: the coyote, who was the youngest of them all, was the most teased of them all, so they sang the song about his long nose and his long tail, and the color of his eyes and his hide; and about the wild-cat the same way: all about his short nose and his short tail, and his bright eyes.

Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. The stories spoke of a man named Charley Clusker who claimed to have located the ship and was organizing several expeditions to return to it and bring back the missing ship which he claimed was filled with crosses and had broken masts.

Inthree German prospectors saw the ship around sundown about miles northwest of Yuma and 40 miles east of Indio. The first one that danced on the snake, he bit.

The people he spoke to offered him several hundreds of dollars plus a place to sleep for the night if he would take them back there in the morning. Cordone hired two other captains, Juan de Iturbe and Pedro de Rosales. This stone is called in Indian Ya na pish. Programs and economic development[ edit ] Tribal programs and family services[ edit ] Tribal Family Services was established in to support social and educational programs for tribal members.

Then it went west and south and east, but yet it weaved backward and forward and would not stay still, because of nothing holding it. Then the people called to Mo-Cot that the people were going away. Sadly when they reached the lowest point in the desert, they were forced to abandon the ship and continue on without it.

There were two shapes, one for food and one for war.

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They were sad and lonely when they came home, for they missed their sister and teacher who was away up in the sky. No cot em the people they knew what Mo-Cot had done. Then the tribe mounted a full attack on the Stories and legends of the Palm Springs Indians book and after a fierce battle, annihilated all the crew on board claiming the ship for the tribe.

At the time Tiburcio was operating as a mule driver for Juan Baptista de Anza who was searching for a land route from Sonora to Alta California. But, the history of the United States begins with those first early explorersbeginning with the Spanishand continuing with various explorers from England, France, the Netherlands, and other European countries.

Innear Agua Caliente Springs, Louis and Myrtle Botts from the small town of Julian under directions from a strange prospector they had met the night before, stumbled upon the forward half of an old viking ship sticking part way out of the mountains in Tierra Blanco Canyon.

Spain, France, the Netherlands, Russia, and England all formed colonies that would later become part of U.Contents Katherine Saubel from The Heart is Fire Chief Francisco Patencio from Stories and Legends of the Palm Springs Indians Juan Bautista de Anza "Friday, March 18th, " "Monday, January 1st, " Captain Jose Romero "January 16, " Horace Bell from Reminiscences of a Ranger Jose del Carmen Lugo from Vida de un Ranchero Marc Reisner from Cadillac Desert Charles Nordhoff from.

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