Lecture Notes - 8/27#1 Intro I Books A B C D East of eden Tosh On gold mountain Great ocean 8/29#2 The Elusive and Seductive California Dream I

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8/27 #1 Intro I. Books A. East of eden B. Tosh C. On gold mountain D. Great ocean 8/29 #2 The Elusive and Seductive California Dream I. Californian dream A. Agriculture, music, fame, popularity, stability, weather, education, job opportunities, youth culture, drugs, innovation, car, luxury II. Governor of California: Gavin Newsom 9/3 #3 Ever-changing, always-exciting, sometimes mind-blowing story of getting here I. Four seductively mysterious questions: A. Who came here? B. How did they get here? C. From where? D. When? II. Migration from old to new world started from around 10,000 to 12,000 years ago A. Asianic moved on receding ice from old to new world 1. Search for big game a) Mammoths, mastodons, sabertooth cats, giant stub face bear, horses, bison, camels 2. Kelp was good for fishing, home to animals 3. Moved in small groups, “triblets” B. Polynesian people may have moved from west to east 1. Some say from north of America down to south a) Using boats on the coastal or central America C. Coopers Ferry found carbon dating to be 16000 years 1. Had to cross over ice through ice age but seems impossible if dates hold true 2. Reasonable guess is through columbia river with boats or walking D. The sedimentary layers were chronologically older to newer 1. Bottom to top, the larger to smaller games 2. Explanation: the games were depleting III. Around 104 federally recognized native american tribes in the US A. Indigenous people were highly interactive with nature 9/5 #4 Religious Aspect of California I. Religion in missions
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A. Rather than beliefs, focus on communities B. More than interpersonal C. Start trading because it’s hard to attain them 1. The natives are reciprocating a) They want to set terms bc its their land but spanish says no 2. See ropes on a sailing ships and try to cut it bc it is hard to get a) Natives realize they need to take things from spanish and kick them out 3. Serra is the religious leader and he wants to convert the Native 4. They want to go to Monterey Bay for the ship with supplies a) Can’t find it and leave a message, go back to San Diego 5. Baja indians pick up ojoni quickly but spanish can’t a) They said that the cross made them friendly (1) Prayer pole: use pole for site for prayer (2) Natives brought it along the shore to pray 6. Mission: interactive community a) Dirt, food, wheat, saints, other beings, natives 9/10 #5 The stubborn endurance of the mission as icon - Mission is romanticized - Mission don’t do anything but it’s the arches like the ones that surround WPH - Indiginous people have immersion of new belief - Kills indiginous people with diseases - Demographic collapse (2) - 18-19th century - Implementation of 21 missions along longitude of CA - Marked by new diseases and lack of immunity for indians - Indiginous america can’t get out of the way - Indians can’t find a place to hide so they die - Calafia califia-warrior queen from a novel - Rules black people on island called california - Raises black woman warriors - Up from Baja, you just go through - Changes in balance of power makes people change history of California -
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