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Strangers In A Stolen Land

Indians of San Diego County from Prehistory to the New Deal

The story of the Native Americans of San Diego County from 1850 through the 1930’s is told from their prehistoric origins through the Spanish, Mexican, and American periods. The history includes the Kumeyaay (Ipai/Tipai), Luiseño, Cupeño, and Cahuilla who called this county home. This edition contains previously unpublished maps and illustrations.


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About the Author

Richard Carrico

Richard Carrico is a principal in the firm Recuerdos Research and a lecturer in the Department of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University and at Cuyamaca Community College. He has an M. A. in History from the University of San Diego and B. A. degrees in History and Anthropology from San Diego State University. While at SDSU, Richard served as the field director for large-scale archaeological excavations at the Bancroft Ranch House in Spring Valley and the Presidio of San Diego above Old Town. He resides in Ramona, California with his wife where he raises wine grapes and makes wine under the Rockhill Vineyard label.