Walking Earth Dog Lame

Lapena, Frank
October 2005
News from Native California;Fall2005, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p48
This article focuses on the importance of a cultural center in the spiritual calmness of California Indians. The article recognizes the enactment of the California Indian Heritage Center Task Force as an opportunity for California Indians to create a world class center to display traditional and contemporary art and to let the public understand their history and culture.


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