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Mukat's People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. Brumgardt, John . Bowles, Larry L. (1981). People of the Magic Waters: The Cahuilla Indians of Pam Springs. Palm Springs: ETC Publications. p. 201. ISBN 0-520-02627-6. 124. ISBN 0-88280-060-4.
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the Cahuilla Indians of Palm Springs. Published 1981 by ETC Publications in Palm Springs, Calif. Bibliography: p. 109-114.
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The Cahuilla by Lowell John Bean and Lisa Bourgeault (Chelsea House . Agua Caliente Cultural Museum 219 S. Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs.
The Cahuilla by Lowell John Bean and Lisa Bourgeault (Chelsea House, 1989). Mukat’s People, The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California by Lowell J. Bean (University of California Press, 1974). Stories and Legends of the Palm Springs Indians by Francisco Patencio (Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1943). Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 760-778-1079 ww. ccmuseum. Cabazon Cultural Museum, 84-245 Indio Springs Parkway Indio, CA 760-238-5770 Indian Canyons 760-323-6018.
The Cahuilla Indians". University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 16:315-380. Stories and Legends of the Palm Springs Indians.
Menil (Moon): Symbolic Representation of Cahuilla Woman". The Cahuilla Indians". Berkeley, CA. (Myths collected in 1918, pp. 317–328, 364-378. Kroeber, A. L. 1925. As told to Margaret Boynton. Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA. (Numerous myths and legends documented in the 1930s.
Cahuilla Indians, Human ecology - Case studies. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Berkeley, University of California Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Since Cahuilla culture has not been adequately studied or describe in the . This book gives a great overview of the Cahuilla people.
Since Cahuilla culture has not been adequately studied or describe in the past, a straightforward ethnographic presentation alone would have made this a valuable book. However, Bean adds greater depth to the study by posing a series of hypotheses and problems which are then examined in the light of the Cahuilla data. Mukat's People is a tightly-written and informative book, and was a great pleasure to read. The book is a must read for anyone interested in the Cahuilla, and is well written.