News From Other Native Sources:
We will dedicate this section of our website to vital information for students, parents and the Soboba community.
National Johnson-O'Malley Association Chief Earl Old Person Scholarship
- The application is for 2016 eligible Native American senior high school students and this year's applicants are registering for the Chief Earl Old Person scholarship only.
Applications are due September 6, 2016
For Application and instructions visit: www.njoma.com
Send Application to:
Elsie Dee or Clayton Long at
200 N. Main, Blanding Utah 84511
Elsie: email@example.com or cell # 435-210-8223
The Oklahoman Indian Education Resource
What California Indians lost under Junipero Serra, soon to be saint:
- There is a lot of disgust regarding the Pope and the canonization of Juniper Serra. The Los Angeles Times submitted a pretty decent article, click the link below:
Los Angeles Natives story being told by Native Filmmakers!
Read more at: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/12/15/still-here-big-city-meet-legacy-indian-relocation-act-158289
- Still Here, in the Big City: Meet the Legacy of the Indian Relocation Act
1928 California Indian Judgment Roll @ AIRC
AIRC now has copies of the 1928 California Indian Judgment roll on CD-ROM which can be checked out on a County of Los Angeles Public Library card. This roll is in 2 parts on two separate CD-ROMs. Part 1 contains the history and description of the roll and the A-L alphabetical name listings. Part 2 contains the M-Z listings. Individuals are listed by last name, first name, and then family and other information.
These disks can also be requested online on the County Library website www.colapublib.org or at any County of Los Angeles Public Library location under the official title:
Indians of California Census rolls authorized under the Act of May 18, 1928 as amended approved May 16-17, 1933.
This roll was updated in 1948 and 1972 but only the National Archives in San Bruno, California has copies of those updates. For more information about the updates or about the history and/or other information about this census roll contact either the San Bruno National Archives location or the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Sacramento.
National Archives and Records Administration--Pacific Region (San Francisco)
1000 Commodore Drive
San Bruno, CA 94066-2350
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Pacific Region Office,
2800 Cottage Way, Sacramento, CA 95825
Division of Tribal Operations