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Mojave Desert Indians -
Historic Desert Indian Territories Map:
The home of the Tubatulabal lay on the main and South Branches of the Kern River, their territory thus extending
up the former to its headwaters in Sequoia Park. This was, however, too high to be settled permanently and served
as no more than summer hunting territory. It is likely that Western Mono and possibly some Yokuts also visited
this section, so that its assignment to the Tubatulabal follows mainly from its greater accessibility to them.
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