Culture

San Pasqual is one of thirteen bands that make up the Kumeyaay Nation in Southern California.  There are four other Kumeyaay bands in Northern Mexico.  The bands originally spoke a similar Hokan languag e of the Yuman stock, but only a handful of Kumeyaay remain fluent speakers.

Unlike Kumeyaay bands that managed to remain together as a group through the torturous era of Spanish and European settlement, San Pasqual descendants were dispersed throughout the region. 

San Pasqual residents occasionally gather with other Kumeyaay tribes, singing bird songs, playing traditional Kumeyaay games, such as peon, and engaging in other cultural activities.

Southern California Native Plants

Check out this website to learn more about how native plants in Southern California have been traditionally used. http://www.ethnoherbalist.com/southern-california-native-plants-medicinal/

Kumeyaay Nation Territory - Kumeyaay Ancestral Repatriation

Mission Statement: To protect and preserve ancestral remains, sacred lands, and sacred object under the Native American and Graves Protection Act (NAGPRA) for today and future generations.

Kumeyaay Language Lessons

Kumeyaay language classes are available Thursdays from 5:30 - 7:30pm.

Lesson 1: Greetings
Lesson 2: Colors
Lesson 3: Numbers

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Enterprises of SPBMI

San Pasqual Casino Development Group Inc.

Woods Valley Golf Club 

Valley View Casino & Hotel 

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