An illustration of the close relationship between the ohlones had with the land in the seed meadow1

Illustration courtesy of linda yamane native americans have called the san francisco bay region home for over 10,000 years park areas south of the golden gate, from the san francisco peninsula, to the east bay and south to monterey, are the aboriginal lands of the ohlones (also called costanoans.

The site chosen for the only mission on the east side of san francisco bay had been inhabited for countless generations -by the ohlone indians their village at this site was known as orisom the ohlones lived close to the land in harmony with nature, taking what they needed for their sustenance but never wasting.

An illustration of the close relationship between the ohlones had with the land in the seed meadow1

  • Separating the ohlone from their native home among the miwok of the sierra nevada foothills, where they had planned to return with traded coastal goods linguistic analysis of the ohlone language as it was recorded in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries confirmed the close relationship between the geographically.

An illustration of the close relationship between the ohlones had with the land in the seed meadow1
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