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A California Indian Resource Guide: Activities and References for Teachers

A California Indian Resource Guide: Activities and References for Teachers

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A CALIFORNIA INDIANRESOURCE GUIDE2003-2004
Activities and References for Teachers
P
HOEBE
A. H
EARST
MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
103 KROBER HALL #3712
BERKELEY, CA 94720
510-642-3682
http://hearstmuseum.berkeley.edu
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction........................................................................................................1Offices of American Indian Education.................................................................2Field Trips...........................................................................................................2Teaching Kits......................................................................................................6Reference Books For Adults.................................................................................8Cultural/Historical..............................................................................................8Folklore.........................................................................................11Biographical..................................................................................11Photographs/Crafts/Art..................................................................12Games...........................................................................................12Ethnobotany..................................................................................12Children’s Books......................................................................................14Periodicals..........................................................................................................14Classroom Visits.................................................................................................15Seminars and Classes...........................................................................................17Websites..............................................................................................................18
INTRODUCTION
This guide is intended for Bay Area teachers who are interested in incorporating informa-tion on California Indians into their unit on California History. The purpose of this book-let is to list resources in the Bay Area that will help this unit come alive for students.Though we cannot endorse every entry, we have taken considerable care to choose onlythose resources which are accurate representations of the Indian cultures of California andthat take into account current –and sometimes divergent – perspectives on these cultures:their history, folklore, material cultures, and traditions.We welcome any new information and suggestions for this resource guide. They may besent to Nicole Mullen, Outreach Manager, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,103 Kroeber Hall, #3712. Berkeley, CA 94720-3712 or nmullen@uclink.berkeley.edu.
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OFFICE OF AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION
American Indian Child Resource CenterOakland Indian Education CenterCarol Wahpepah522 Grand AvenueOakland, CA 94610510.208.1870, ext. 309;FAX 510. 208.1886
aicrc@aicrc.orgFor office in locations outside the bay area please visit the websitehttp://www.cde.ca.gov/iasa/indir.html
FIELD TRIPS
The following is a list of places that include on-site programs on Native Californians. Theprograms offered are tailored to suit specific age-groups and all welcome teachers who areinterested in bringing their students to learn more about California’s first inhabitants.Booking usually should be done well in advance.
School ProgramsCoyote Hills Regional Park8000 Patterson Ranch RoadFremont, CA 94555(510) 795-9385
Naturalist led tours of an Ohlone shell midden and workshops on Indian skills and crafts(e.g.: cordage, basketry, stone tools) for 4th grade and up are offered throughout the year.Nature walks are provided for kindergarten through 3rd grade. A teacher’s guide pertain-ing to the shell mound is available upon request and videos on the Ohlone can be viewedin the visitor’s center. The park also has annual festivals and special events to which teach-ers may wish to bring their students. Weekend programs are offered for smaller groups.Teachers are encouraged to contact the park to stay abreast of new programs and events.
 
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