The Children of the Great Oak

Pink, William
October 2005
News from Native California;Fall2005, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p34
This article presents information on the Great Oak Tree located on the reservation of the Pechanga Band of Temecula Luiseño Mission Indians. The tree is considered to be one of the largest and oldest coast live oak trees in the world. In recognition of the tree's importance, the Pechanga Cultural Resources developed a program that will aid the many acorns produced by the tree.


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