Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California

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SACRED
SITES
The Secret History of
Southern California

SUSAN SUNTREE

Foreword by Gary Snyder
Introduction by Lowell John Bean
Photographs by Juergen Nogai

University of Nebraska Press | Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Author's Note xix
  • Book One - Western Science 1
  • 1 - Light, Space, Matter 3
  • 2 - Galaxy, Planet, Moon, Rain 11
  • 3 - Wandering North America, Life, Death 23
  • 4 - Reptiles, Flowers, Mammals, Rivers 49
  • 5 - Southern California Coming- Mountains in Motion 71
  • 6 - Southern California Ice Age- Bountiful Homeland 95
  • Book Two - Indigenous Myths and Songs 127
  • 1 - Universe, World, People 129
  • 2 - The Great Captain Wiyot- Death, Spirit, Power 149
  • 3 - Food, Feasting, Deer, Moon 167
  • 4 - The First People 177
  • 5 - Human Beings- Singers, Balance Keepers 209
  • 6 - White People 241
  • Epilogue - Chinigchinich, the Spanish, the Yankees 245
  • Postscript 263
  • Acknowledgments 267
  • Notes 271
  • Bibliography 281
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