- The official website of the City
Angeles. Facts and History of the City of Los Angeles,
links, the City Seal, and more.
Indian Museum and Cultural Center
- The goals of the Museum
Cultural Center are to educate the public about California Indian
history and cultures, to showcase California Indian cultures, to
enhance and facilitate these cultures and traditions through
educational and cultural activities, to preserve and protect California
Indian cultural and intellectual properties, and to develop
relationships with other indigenous groups.
Native American Indian Culture Center
- Find out what's going
the Chumash cultural center in the Santa
Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (U.S.
National Park Service). Learn about Chumash history and lore,
view exhibits or join them around the campfire for one of their
Band Of Mission Indians Of San Gabriel
- The Tongva occupied
entire Los Angeles basin and the islands of Santa Catalina, San
Nicholas, San Clemente, and Santa Barbara. From Topanga Canyon to
Laguna Beach, from the San Gabriel mountains to the sea, we lived
throughout most of what is now Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The
existence of our people on these ancestral lands has been unbroken
since long before the first contact between the Tongva and Europeans.
Our ancestors were the people who rowed our remarkable Ti'ats (plank
canoes) out to meet the explorer Cabrillo in 1542 off what is now San
"Tongva" means 'people of the earth'.
Fernandeņo Tataviam Band of Mission Indian's
the San Fernando Valley and Santa Clartia Valley to the Antelope Valley
and can be traced as far back as 450 A.D. The Tataviam are
as 'the people facing the sun'.
Art in Los Angeles
- This site documents public art works,
sculptural works, mosaics, and murals, in the downtown area, the
University of Southern California, and other places in the city.
- Were the Capitulation at Cahuenga, or
Cahuenga took place, concluding hostilities in California between
Mexican and United States forces on January 13, 1847.
the unofficial Birthplace of California.
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