Mission Indians of Southern California making baskets and hair ropes. Harper's Weekly, 1877. Illus. in AP2.H32 1877 (Case Y) [P&P]. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.
Welcome to your History 338B course guide for "Native Communities in Southern California from Colonization to the 20th Century"! You may explore the various links on the left side of this page to find primary sources and supporting books, ebooks and journal articles essential to successful research.
No guide can include every possible resource you need for your specific topic, so do not hesitate to reach out for help from me or your professor. You see my contact information to the right with email and chat options. If you have a complex question or need to search multiple resources, we will set up an appointment via Zoom.
We may be doing everything remotely but that should not stop you from finding the primary and secondary sources essential to a good project.
Key Concepts that apply to all history research:
Here are some links to get general ideas about Southern California Native Americans:
Overview of California Indian History (State of California Native American Heritage Commission)
San Diego Native American Resources and Chronology (University of San Diego)