Kawaiisu Pictographs, Petroglyphs and Geoglyphs can be found from Death Valley to the Pacific Ocean near Santa Barbara.

Each of the paintings you are looking at can be found in one cave. These pictographs are describing specific information or data. I have been videotaping pictograph and petroglyph solar and lunar calendars for the past fifteen years. I will soon finish a documentary which will begin to translate the scientific data Native Americans have collected for 56,000 years.

This image shows part of a petroglyph lunar calendar.

Kawaiisu Tribe of Tejon, Southern California Native American Art and History
To learn more about the art and history of the Kawaiisu Tribe please click on the link above. You will find we have many names: Cobaji, Cuabajai, Kawaiisu, Noches Colteches, Nochi, Nuooah, Quabajai, Tehachapi Indians and Tejon Indians, just to name a few!

These additional links lead to Congressional documents about the Kawaiisu

Extinguishment of Indian Title, Congress, 1850

California Indian Slavery Act of 1850

18 Treaties - California Indian Tribes

How Tejon Reservation Was Established

1924 Supreme Court Case, US v. Title Insurance 265 U.S. 472 (1924)

California Land Commission

Spanish Policy Toward The Indians

Mattz v. Arnett 412 U.S. 481 (1973)

Treaty D, June 10, 1851 and 1775 Pedro Fages account of Kawaiisu government

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, February 2, 1848

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For more information on the Kawaiisu Tribe of Tejon
Write to: P.O. Box 1547, Kernville, CA 93238
Attention: David Laughing Horse Robinson
Or e-mail: horse dot robinson at gmail dot com

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