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  • The Ohlone

    h3. The Background The Ohlone people, also known as the Costanoan, are a Native American people of the central California coast. When Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in the late 18th century, the Ohlone inhabited the area along the coast …

  • Ohlone Traders Outpost

    The traders outpost sits nearby the ferry landing at the southernmost tip of the peninsula that houses the Ohlone reservation. A worn path leads from the docks, passing between the Outpost and the Ferry station to wind between the trees. Built out of …

  • Ayita

    Born in 1781 Trail of tears 1831 - 50 years old. 99 years old today Focus on biomancy and ectomancy Ayita (She Who Dances First) was born a Cherokee Indian in 1781. She studied closely with her village's shaman, learning healing and how to perform …

  • Hesutu

    Hesutu means Yellow Jacket Nest Rising Out Of The Ground. Hesutu was an apprentice shaman to Liwanu when the Spaniards first arrived. Liwanu saw the sickness that overtook his people, and he saw how poorly they were treated. He decided to follow the …

  • Chief Sewati

    Chief Sewati is a weathered man in his 60's who looks to have seen a hard life. His face bears the scars of smallpox, as well as a scar curving from his left temple, across his forehead and down into the puckered socket of his right eye, across his cheek, …