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A: Now that we have moved the location to Claremont I think it would be a good time to continue the dialogue on the Spanish Mission impact and the Indians. Curious as to whether it was the so-called Serrano (highlander) to the East or the Tonqua Indians that populated area to the East or both in the area. Most of California’s human history is measured in hundreds of years yet we know it had been peopled for thousands of year with a diversity of languages and culture as well. A focus on Indian gaming might also be in order with its history and how it is enabling some tribes to try and recreate their languages and their culture. The responsibilities of board members might also be a good topic
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This is something we see every year at the annual CCHS meeting when we pause to honor our hard workers in the history field. Consider this a friendly reminder to nominate those worthy individuals. Now is the time to work on those nominations in order to meet the Feb. 15, 2016, deadline. Details under “awards” in the “About” dropdown box above.