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November 3rd 2018
02:56:09 AM
What is your name?  

Joseph Lopez

How did you find this website?  

Looking for information on my Great-Great Grandfather, Tom Epperson

Where are you from?  

Currently live in Placerville, CA

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I’m looking for more information on Tom Epperson.

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June 23rd 2017
12:47:07 PM
What is your name?  

Witchdoctor666

How did you find this website?  

man straightening old woman

Where are you from?  

Rancho Cordova , Concord , Corona ,

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These are the lands of the Wintu, Maidu, Neesheenam.
The shift in consciousness will soon occur.
Love HImisamtu

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May 4th 2017
02:32:02 PM
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Debra Smith Keats

How did you find this website?  

through a staff email sent to me

Where are you from?  

Yerington, NV

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When I was younger I went to the Bear Dance in Janesville, south of Susanville, with my parents and family. My dad and mom, Chester and Sophina Pitts Smith, always made this an annual summer trip. I enjoyed the time and remember it very well. Now I\'m 62 and my travels to enjoy traditional native culture have become very limited. Thank you for sharing the information and photos of what I remember. The couple photos I see looks like my uncle Joe Smith, originally from Pyramid Lake, Nevada in Nixon. He was a very traditional Paiute and he\'s no longer with us.

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October 2nd 2016
09:28:51 AM
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Don Sakal, MMSc, PA-C / CEO

How did you find this website?  

local

Where are you from?  

Mountain Maidu country

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I\'m looking for field able Mountain Maidu to help with an Ishi documentary film that\'s dedicated to Mountain Maidu Lilly Baker and her shaman family. I have secured special permission from Lassen National Forrest to film within the Ishi Wilderness from Nov 1st 2016 to May 30, 2017 to document \"Ishi Survival & Medicine\" (wild eatable and medicinal plants). This duration was chosen, because Ishi was compromised in Nov. 1908 when surveyors took all his gear. Ishi (who was a Medicine Man) had to make new gear and use whatever resources on hand for his mother and him to survive the winter. I have 160 plants, (as compared to Ishi\'s original 100 plants list), but will focus on Fall, Winter and Spring plants. I deploy monthly. Anyone interested in joining me may contact me at: ceo@mpfpmc.org

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March 23rd 2016
10:06:05 AM
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Tamara Goggleye

How did you find this website?  

The book: Home to Medicine Mountain

Where are you from?  

St. Paul, MN

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I am a 2nd grade teacher at American Indian Magnet and our 2nd grade is learning more about the Bear Dance and the Maidu. Your website is wonderful and full of useful information! Chi-mii gwetch!

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March 22nd 2016
02:03:55 PM
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Rosalie Douglass

How did you find this website?  

Google

Where are you from?  

Rio Rancho, NM

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I noticed there was a book about the Honey Lake Maidu when I was researching that band. So, I googled it to find out location

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March 18th 2016
12:12:06 PM
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Scott Dennis McMillin

How did you find this website?  

Research my dad, James H. McMillin

Where are you from?  

Born in Quincy, raised in Westwood & Honey Lake Valley. Now live in WA

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Thank you dad. I miss you. Love you so much. Your hard work has helped a wonderful people. Miss you Lilly. I know I was your hootahpem little boy when you babysit me all those years ago. Wonderful memories. Still remember the crisscross weave. Scott

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February 17th 2016
02:03:06 PM
What is your name?  

Ian Richardson

How did you find this website?  

searching for info on petroglyphs down a particular high elevation canyon (that I won't name here)

Where are you from?  

9 miles up the J'ville grade

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The Ethnogeography is incredible detail and must not be lost! The entire history of the Maidu people has nearly been lost, thank you for this site!

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June 23rd 2015
03:13:25 PM
What is your name?  

Red Wade

How did you find this website?  

web search Earthmaker\'s walk

Where are you from?  

Wendel, Janesville, Chester, but now WA

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I remember Cornell Kurtz and his wife Pat who Maidu basket weaver Lilly Baker lived with, and True and Don on east shore Lake Almanor. I remember the Parks family too. Those were the good old days in Westwood and Chester. Don has done an amazing job with his book dedicated to Lilly, and it was so nice to see old names I once knew and places I once lived. Lilly would really be happy about this book! You are lucky to have Don on your side. Like many friends, we move away and forget some names, but few forget Don, or Lilly for that matter. Don lived E. shore and worked the Susanville prison, and his aunt and uncle where in Janesville near where Lilly once lived. It\'s a small world: thank you for you web site as otherwise I would not have known that Don even wrote this book \"Little Coyote Man\" for you all.

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February 18th 2015
02:23:07 PM
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Christina (Tina) Cizek

How did you find this website?  

I was looking for information on my grandfather, Tom Epperson

Where are you from?  

I currently live in Abilene, Texas

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I am trying to find out information on my grandfather, Tom Epperson. All my mother\'s family lived in the Quincy, Greenville, Susanville and Lake Almanor area. When I was a child we would visit my aunt Pauline at Lake Almanor. I just want to find out more of my families history and this is a good site I\'m glad I found it. Thank you.

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