Digital-Desert : Mojave Desert Visit us on Facebook -- Desert Gazette -- Desert Link
Introduction:: Nature:: Map:: Points of Interest:: Roads & Trails:: People & History:: Ghosts & Gold:: Communities:: BLOG:: :?:: glossary

Mojave Desert Indians

They came before time began . . .

The People of the Mohave Valley, the Aha Macav, actually occupied a relatively small region of the Mojave Desert along the Colorado River, From their harsh and distant territory by strategy and physical ability, they exercised a great deal of influence across the entire desert. There were many Peoples, allies, and enemies alike living between and among fierce warrior tribes such as the Mojave and Ute, and all of these tribes wove a dynamic indigenous culture.

How Indians Used Plants

In the desert, Indians found native plants and other natural objects that not only ensured their survival but also ...

Basketry

It has always amazed me…the first person that walked into the forest, and come out with a basket.

Indian use of Pinyon-juniper Woodlands

(Role of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands in Aboriginal Societies of the Desert West) Archaeological data and ethnographic accounts testify of the importance of resources available in the ...

Archaeology/Prehistory

Historic Territories Map

Language Groups


"Lo! The poor Indian, whose untutor'd mind/Sees God in the clouds, or hears him in the wind..."
-- Alexander Pope, Essay on Man. -->
Introduction:: Nature:: Map:: Points of Interest:: Roads & Trails:: People & History:: Ghosts & Gold:: Communities:: BLOG:: :?:: glossary
Country Life Realty
Wrightwood, Ca.
Mountain Hardware
Wrightwood, Ca.
Canyon Cartography
DesertLink
Links to Desert Museums

Grizzly Cafe
Family Dining


Custom Search

Abraxas Engineering
privacy
Copyright ©Walter Feller. All rights reserved.
277758