Exhibit on Native Americans

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Presented by Kelley House Museum at Kelley House Museum, Mendocino CA

Ongoing
Exhibit on Native Americans

Pomos lived along the Mendocino Coast for thousands of years prior to European settlement in 1850. Pomo simply means “the people.” In 1855, the federal government established the Mendocino Indian Reservation on 25,000 acres between the Noyo and Ten Mile Rivers, with its military headquarters located in what is now the business center of the town of Fort Bragg, ten miles north of Mendocino. It is reported that by 1857, thousands of Native Americans (not all Pomo) had been rounded up from as

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Kelley House Museum

45007 Albion Street, Mendocino, CA 95460

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