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On February 10, , Campo Indian Reservation was created. It was about one square mile ( acres) near the town of Milguatay (Campo). Many Kumeyaay.


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Migratory birds were hunted in the salt marshes. The Kumeyaay home was a willow framed structure overlain by brush, tules, or tree branches depending on the avaiability. The harvest of resources was done according to rules established from centuries of learning. Cottonwood root was carved into many useful utilitarian forms. Tar was used for waterproofing boats and as an adhesive. The opening in the chaparral canopy attracted game animals used for food, clothing and utilities. Shells were traded over trading routes to the desert tribes to the east. The staple of the Kumeyaay diet was the acorn meal known as Sha-wee. An example of this type of plant is Yucca, which becomes bitter after blooming. The months are not exactly the same as the calendar most of us use today, months would follow the phases of the moon, with adjustments made by the appearance of certain constellations. Pottery was made from clay and fired in open pits. From coastal marshes to mountain wetlands, the Kumeyaay practiced a sophisticated form of environmental management. Willow poles were set into the ground and curved toward the center. Baskets were also used to make hats for women. Kumeyaay regularly fished the kelp beds and near shore ocean, as well as San Diego Bay. Astronomy was an important tool to time when plants could be harvested or when burns should take place. This portion of the Reservation would later be known as "Old Campo". Fish, shellfish, salt, salt marsh plants, and tar were some of the resources provided by the sea. Fishing was done useing spears, lines and hooks, dip nets, fish traps and large seines. Blood analyzed from old Kumeyaay cutting tools showed the presence of trout blood, evidence of a much healthier ecosystem in San Diego County.

It was about one square mile acres near the town of Milguatay Campo. Baskets were made from grasses or willows depending on the need. Contact kumeyaay.

When the Quechan at Yuma rebelled against the Spanish in , the news reached the Kumeyaay at the Mission in San Diego that same evening, a distance of miles. Kumeyaay boats were made from bundled reeds. The Milky Way was called Hatotkeur. Yucca twine tied the poles together and the exterior was thatched. This grain became extinct after the Kumeyaay management practices were discontinued. Campo Tribe Share Via Sign up for our monthly newsletter to receive the latest news, events, and general information! In the drier areas approaching the desert, drainages were dammed using rocks and brush to trap sediment. Stones were placed around the base of the house to help deter crawling animals from entering. Large pots were capped and used for long term storage of acorns or acorn flour. Trade routes were used for communication. Others were given a looser weave and used for leaching the tannic acids from acorns. The milling holes in granite rock at old village sites is a contemporary legacy of the acorn in Kumeyaay life. Bows were made of willow, bowstrings from deer ligament. Some plants had a wide range of harvest time but were known to be more tasty during certain periods of their development. Runners could relay important information over great distances in relatively short time. Arrows were willow and used stone arrowheads or detachable wood arrowheads for small game. The solstices were known as Hilyatai. Grass baskets were of such high quality that some were made to be water proof. The timing of the harvest could be by celestial observation or through the use of an unrelated "indicator" species. Shade structures currently known as ramadas were built on willow or cottonwood rectangular frames with brush or willow branches layed across the top. Willow bark or reeds were used for womens skirts. This allowed the transitional plants useful for foods and medicines to become available. The names of the months repeat after six months. Methods were taught, from generation to generation, how to properly harvest plants so that the plants would become stronger and more prolific. Fire was certainly the greatest tool used by the Kumeyaay and other tribes in California. Accessability to water and acorns are the two most important aspects of site location. The traditional harvest practice involved the burning of the fields after harvest and hand broadcast reseeding. Territory was not defined in the same manner as the Europeans, who viewed all resources on the land as "property" of the landowner. Wetlands provided watercress, nettle, celery and lettuce. This is similar to the way we repeat hours on our clocks with twelve hours repeated after noon. Fire opened up land covered with the dominant chaparral. This helped to raise the water table and allowed the creation of wetlands. Many Kumeyaay people still did not have Reservation land to live on and the one square mile of Campo was woefully inadequate for the population. In the coastal plains, a grain was grown that was described in Spanish accounts as being half the size of a wheat grain. The bow and arrow was the priciple weapon for hunting and defense. The importance of the acorn is evident in the locations of the village sites.