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Noun1.Mariposan - a Penutian language spoken by the Yokuts in the San Joaquin Valley
Penutian - a family of Amerindian language spoken in the great interior valley of California
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But the Choinumne were a generous, nonthreatening tribe, and as more white settlers poured into their territory and other Yokut bands chose to defend themselves, both groups here on Kings likely recognized that their survival depended on peaceful coexistence.
If I send my designs to a multi-brand store in a mall to get exposure, they may not take it because they don't know me," said Yokut Schmid, founder and creative director at WHYESSE, a women's fashion label.
"The Ethnohistory of the Chowchilla Yokuts" is a groundbreaking treatise that defines and traces the documentable history of the Chowchilla Yokut tribe of Central California from the 1800's and their earliest known origins to the present.
The company has started evaluation logs on the objective Yokut Formation and an election to run pipe and complete the well has been made.
The Native American NAGPRA Coalition, a group consisting of five tribes such as the Kashia Pomo Tribe and the Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi Yokut Tribe, protest the decision.
Her mother is Mexican and her father is Yokut from Tule River Indian reservation.
"And tell them about the Yokut Indians of this area."
She looks for the seven wives with onion breath, for the Milky Way which, say the Yokut, is dust from the race between antelope and deer, for the firelight in this burning house of Mars.
It holds a collection of Yokut Indian baskets and relics of Reedley's early farming days.