Uto-Aztecan Indian Origins: Ute Tubatulabal Tongva Tataviam Shoshone Serrano Paiute Luiseno Kawaiisu Comanche Cahuilla others

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In my tribal calling as genealogist for the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah I have ammassed Native Amrican family histories covering Arizona, Califronia, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah. 46,000 names so far. This has permitted me to elucidate their migrations and origins. This study included the Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, Kawaiisu, Luiseno, Mono Paiute, Southern Paiute, Serrano, Shoshone, Tataviam (Fernandeno), Timbisha (Death Valley), Tongva (Gabrielino), and the Tubatulabals. This book is the result of this study. This book explores the Indian slave trade along with Indian escape stories. Indian origin stories are related. One escape story is about the Garfias ranch in Altadena and Pasadena, California. Another escape story tells of escape from Navajo servitude. A Tataviam story teller from the first century B.C. tells a thrilling epic sea voyage that he takes from the seething cauldron of Mesoamerican violence to Santa Clarita, California by way of a white knuckle adventure that takes him to Northern California. Then he takes you on a thrilling adventure of discovery and geological magic (magic to him) in the deserts of California. His adventures will reach out and grab you. The role of Death Valley in peopling the Great Basin is explored. The great Ute migration to Utah is elucidated. Southern and Northern Paiute origins are probed. The Tongva (Gabrielino Indians) of the Los Angeles Basin are depicted as the source from whence the Cahuilla, Serrano, and Luiseno Indians came from. Whereas the Tongva (Fernadeno Indians) are shown to be the source ot the tribes of the desert areas north and northeast from Los Angeles on into Nevada, idaho, Utah, Wyoming, and out on to the plains as the dreaded Comanche. After the collapse of the Anasazi came the Southern Paiutes to fill the Anasazi vacancy ahead of the Navajo migration.

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Oreste Lombardi was born in Cedar City, Utah. As a child he was drawn to the Southern Paiute people as iron is drawn to a magnet. He was in and out of their homes and played with their children. He was honored with an Indian name. He lived in two worlds, the Indian world and the Anglo world. Like his friend, LaVan Martineau, he studied their ways and their language. He graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 1955 with a degree in Geochemistry and then from New Mexico Tech in 1957 with a M.S. in geochemistry. He worked for the U.S Navy at Michelson Laboratories at China Lake, California where he worked in analytical chemistry, weather modification, oceanography, seismology and neurological cetacean studies. In connection with the cetacean studies he swam with dolphins at Point Magu.. He was chief chemist at Pittsburg plate Glass soda plant on Owens Lake near Death Valley. He has spent many years as a teacher on the Navajo Indian Reservation teaching mathematics, chemistry, earth science, and physics. He is the tribal genealogist for the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah and the genealogist for the Wyannie Malone Museum in the Bahamas for whom he authored the Dolly Mae CD which is considered the bible of Bahamian genealogy. He became the genealogist of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah by unanimous approval by the tribal council in 1996. He has researched the family history of Southern Paiutes and related peoples in a swath of territory stretching from the Four Corners area to the Los Angeles. He has prepared a genealogy CD with about 45,000 names in family groups for use by the tribes which includes Western Shoshone, Tongva, Tataviam, Serrano, Mono Paiute, Tubatulabal, Chemehuevi, Kawaiisu, Cahuilla, and others. His genealogical research has generated a wealth of information that is not available from any other source. He is a generalist in the physical, life, and social sciences. This is the back ground that has enabled him to come up with what is in this book.

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