Letting Go

Castro, Gregg
April 2005
News from Native California;Spring2005, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p16
Expresses grief of a Salinan Indian father on the death of his daughter. Funeral rites and ceremonies of Salinan Indians; Customs of the tribe when a person dies.


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