New State Seal Commemorates California Indians

Franklin, Matthew
October 2002
News from Native California;Fall2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p31
Provides information on a ceremony which celebrates the introduction of a state seal to commemorate the sovereignty of generations of California Indians on May 28, 2002 in Sacramento, California. Details on the development of the California Indian seal; Guest speakers of the ceremony; Elements included in the design of the bronze seal; Members of the Commemorative Seals Advisory Commission.


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