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Castro Valley Histrory Page1

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Depictions of a typical Ohlone Village

Tribal lands of native Americans have been used to dump America's nuclear wastes - Ward Valley and the Sacred Desert Tortoise. See also: http://technology.inquirer.net/1375/desert-site-said-ideal-for-nuclear-waste-disposal

Ward Valley and the Sacred Desert Tortoise Like many indigenous tribes of North America, the Mojave tribe of the Southwest is spiritually linked to their desert home, both to the land a…

(1897)^ - The convento building at San Fernando, Rey de Espana Mission as it existed in 1897. Timber roof supports are visible. Donor: Milt Fries.

- The convento building at San Fernando, Rey de Espana Mission as it existed in Timber roof supports are visible.

Panamint Point is a valley located at Padre Crowley Point.This scenic point provides panoramic views of the northern end of the Panamint Valley. Named after Father John Crowley, Padre of the desert 1891 - 1940. The Panamint Valley is a long basin located east of the Argus Range and Slate Range, and west of the Panamint Range in the northeastern reach of the Mojave Desert, in eastern California, United States.

Panamint Point Photo by Ivete Basso — National Geographic Your Shot

Castro Valley Histrory Page1

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