California Indian Heritage Center in the Works

Gonzalez, Cuauhtemoc
October 2004
News from Native California;Fall2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p7
Presents information on the planned Californian Indian Heritage Center in Sacramento, California. Importance of the center to the Native Americans in California; Remarks of center task force member Larry Myers regarding the center; Services provided by the center.


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