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The Chumash Revolt of 1824: Another Native Account From the Notes of John P. Harrington


Blackburn (1975a), while researching the ethnographic notes of John P. Harrington, located an Inesedo Chumash account of the 1824 revolt against the missions. Apparently, the note had been recorded in 1914, some 90 years or so after this important historic event had taken place. The consultant was Maria Solares, a nonparticipant, who had passed on to Harrington what she had heard from her older relatives and friends.

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