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MD 139-147
Palomar College
San Marcos, California

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Tom-Kav Teach In, Wednesday April 25, 2012 (11am – 1pm)

Posted on April 19th, 2012 | Leave a comment

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Tom‐Kav: Legend & Legacy
What “if the state government of Pennsylvania somehow cleared the way to sell the
Gettysburg battlefield site to private developers in order to build a whole new city, right
on top of where tens of thousands of Union and Confederate soldiers gave their lives, and
where many found their final resting place?” (OB Rag)   What if that is happening now
here in the Palomar District?
Palomar College serves nine of the nineteen American Indian reservations in San Diego County.
Tom­Kav is central to the Luiseño creation tradition and is a major village site with many Indian
cultural artifacts, resources, and burials on the property.
Host:  American Indian Studies/American Studies
Location:  MD 157
When:  Wednesday April 25, 2012
Time:  11 am to 1 pm
Contact info:  (760) 744-1150, ext. 2425
Teach In…