The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center was founded in 1996 with the purpose of educating the public about the history, culture, and contemporary life of California Indians and to honor their contributions to civilization.

Miromaa Training Flyer

Pomo’s Happening Now

Apr 18, 2014

Join us for an intensive 3-day training focused on indigenous language reclamation and learning with mobile applications! Pomo's Happening Now

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March 15th – Pomo Language Forum in Lake County!

Feb 27, 2014

CIMCC is putting on one of two Pomo Language forums in Lake County. Take a look at our flyer and contact us if you have any questions! March 15th – Pomo Language Forum in Lake County!

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Free Lecture – April 12th!

Feb 22, 2014

Come visit CIMCC in Santa Rosa for a free lecture titled, “California Indians You Should Know,” where we will be discussing the contributions of many unsung heroes of California. California Indians You Should Know April 2014

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GIS Summer Camp Announcement

Feb 12, 2014

CIMCC is hosting TWO Summer Camps for tribal youth! Take a look at our flyer and contact us for more information. GIS Summer Camp Flyer

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Winter 2013 Newsletter

Feb 12, 2014

Featuring our award and essay contest winners, GIS program and new website on California Indians and the Missions! CIMCC News Winter 2013 Newsletter

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Summer 2013 Newsletter

Jul 26, 2013

CIMCC’s Summer Newsletter is out! Download it here!

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California Tribal College Surveys

Jun 28, 2013

We are interested in finding out which interests and needs are identified by individuals.  By completing the CTC Needs Assessment, you will be assisting the collection of current data that we need to determine the core values, the scope, and the initial program development critical to

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Jan 23, 2013

THE CALIFORNIA INDIAN MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER Presents: THE JOURNEY OF ELDERS The “Journey of Elders” is a new topic for the lecture series. This lecture gives those of you who regularly attend our CIMCC lectures the opportunity to hear original stories about Native American

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The 2013 Tillie Hardwick Lecture Series

Oct 25, 2012

The California Indian Museum and Cultural center Presents:  The 2013 Tillie Hardwick Lecture Series During the whirlwind era of termination many California Indian Rancherias became things of the past. In a landmark case, Tillie Hardwick v. United States, one Pomo woman restored the sovereign status of 17

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October Newsletter

Oct 23, 2012

It’s here! The newsletter for October 2012! Pomo Tribal History Newsletter            

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