[Click to enlarge] Map of Ohlone villages and tribes, the Missions erected during Spanish Period Colonization, and the cities we know today. Over 50 villages and tribes of the Ohlone (also known as Costanoan) Native American people have been identified as existing in Northern California circa 1769 in the regions of the San Francisco Peninsula , Santa Clara Valley , East Bay , Santa Cruz Mountains , Monterey Bay … Depending on the time of year, some Ohlone people lived in village groups of perhaps as many as 400 people. • Ramaytush Ohlone, Muwekma Ohlone ... Coastal Trail and Ohlone villages and expedition camps. Dr. Jeannette Armstrong (Okanagan) of the En'owkin Center, one of our Mino Niibi partners, maps her community's lands. Intergenerational and intertribal, we reconnect biological and cultural diversity to nurture ecocultural health. Ohlone lands extended from the Monterey Bay to the San Francisco Bay. The Ohlone are the predominant Indigenous group of the Bay Area, including the Chochenyo and the Karkin in East Bay, the Ramaytush in San Francisco, the Yokuts in South Bay and Central Valley, and the Muwekma tribe throughout the region. The Ramaytush (ra-MY-toosh) Ohlone lived in ten independent tribes on the San Francisco Peninsula for thousands of years and to this day continue to live here as respectful stewards of the land. The Ramaytush Ohlone people cherished and protected this land over many centuries. Villages ranging in size from a few dozen to hundreds of individuals were typically located near creeks and rivers from the bay to the ocean … • Mapping entire trail through County including bayside ‐90 miles. Other Indigenous groups include the Graton Rancheria community (Coast Miwok and … A more correct identification is Ramaytush, according to an account by J.P. Harrington made in 1921 by a Chochenyo Ohlone … Map of the Costanoan languages and major villages. The Yelamu were a tribelet of Ohlone people from the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California.The term Yelamu, or "the western people" was used by east bay Ohlone to describe the Ohlone people living on the San Francisco Peninsula. On October 26, 2019, the San Mateo County Historical Association will join with San Mateo County officials to mark the completion of a new interpretive center at the Sanchez Adobe Historic Site. Native Land Digital 2021 Our resources are open-use and free of copyright. The Ohlone subsisted mainly as hunter-gatherers and in some ways harvesters. "A rough husbandry of the land was practiced, mainly by annually setting of fires to burn-off the old growth in order to get a better yield of seeds—or so the Ohlone told early explorers in San Mateo County. Two-hundred and fifty years ago, approximately 2,000 Ohlone lived on the Peninsula in what is today's San Mateo County. Among these native people were what we today call the Ohlone. • Bayside more detailed maps. NPS . However, please get in touch if you plan to use Native Land in your own project -- we'd love to know what you are doing, and help to make sure you use the resource appropriately. Fremont Campus Ohlone College 43600 Mission Boulevard Fremont, CA 94539-5847Click here to see map Legend: We are grateful to be here today on their traditional lands and recognize that the Ohlone are still here, and are not relics of the past-- colonization is an ongoing process, with Native lands still occupied due to deceptive and broken … "Their staple diet consisted of crushed … Written by Jonathan Cordero. The San Andreas Valley was home to the Ssalson (sahl-SOHN), a small group speaking the Ramaytush (rah-MY-toosh) language. Due to the devastating policies and practices of a succession of explorers, missionaries, settlers, and various levels of government over the centuries since European expansion, the Ramaytush Ohlone … The day’s activities will be highlighted by special salutes to the first people who lived at the site, the Aramai of the Ramaytush Ohlone … Prior to the arrival of the Spanish in 1769, the indigenous peoples of the San Francisco Peninsula, the Ramaytush, numbered about 2,000 persons.