The Piedras Pintadas archaeological site, located in north central San Diego County, is seen through the eyes of a young girl and her guide.This informative book includes information on how the Kumeyaay lived, built their homes, played games, made meals, a recipe for shawii, how they made clay pots, their bow construction and hunting implements, stone tools, rock art, their legends, a glossary of Kumeyaay words and more.
Author: Michael T. Martino
This compelling, comprehensive, and very readable history of lifeguards along the San Diego Coast follows the evolution and acceptance of the need for public safety and the development of agencies …$ 19.95 Add to cart
Author: Dean Glass
Built in 1858, the Whaley House is one of the oldest structures in San Diego, and is considered to be one of the most haunted houses in America. The story …$ 18.99 Add to cart