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La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians


The La Jolla Indian Reservation was est. in 1875, over 130 years ago by executive order of President Ulysses S. Grant. However, we have existed here for thousands of years. This reservation consists of 9,998 acres of Federal Land and around 700 enrolled Tribal Members. Much of the land is undisturbed and is located at

Cahuilla Band of Indians


The Cahuilla Indian Reservation is a federally recognized tribe that was established on December 27, 1875 by executive order. The entire reservation is held in trust by the United States Government and consists of 18, 884.26 acres; it is divided into landassignments and held in common for the membership. We are 325 members strong with

Pala Band of Mission Indians


The Pala Band of Mission Indians is located in northern San Diego County, where a majority of the 918 enrolled members live on their 12,273-acre reservation, established for Cupeño and Luiseño Indians, who consider themselves to be one proud people — Pala. The Pala Band of Mission Indians is governed by an Executive Committee composed

Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation


Defining who or what Sycuan is can be difficult. Sycuan believes you will come to find that Sycuan consists of many things and that Sycuan’s identity is as unique as the people and traditions it consists of. Above all else, Sycuan is a people. Incredibly, our ancestors have lived in the San Diego area for

Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians


The Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians is a federally recognized Tribal government located in the Pauma Valley of Southern California. The Pauma Band is one of seven Bands of the Luiseño people located in San Diego and Riverside counties. Pauma produces Hass avocados, Valencia oranges and lemons, and is engaged in the protection and reforestation

Jamul Indian Village


The tribal government of the Jamul Indian Village will conserve tribal property, develop community resources, administer justice and build a legacy of economic self-reliance for our tribal members and future generations. Visit Site

Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians


The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, one of the remaining 12 bands of the Kumeyaay Indian Nation, resides on a 1,600-acre reservation in the Viejas Valley, east of the community of Alpine in San Diego County, California. The Viejas Band is recognized as a sovereign government by the United States, with which it maintains a

Barona Band of Mission Indians


With a long and storied history, The Barona Band of Mission Indians is always eager to share their culture and heritage, and is proud to welcome you to their land and the magnificent Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino. Established in 1932, the Barona Indian Reservation is home to this regal tribe, which is recognized

Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians


Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians of the Los Coyotes Reservation is a federally recognized tribe of Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians, who are Mission Indians located in California. Los Coyotes Reservation is located in northeastern San Diego County. Of 288 enrolled tribal members, about 74 live on the reservation. It was founded in

The San Pasqual Band of Diegueno Indians


The San Pasqual Band of Diegueno Indians of California is a federally recognized tribe of Kumeyaay Indians. The San Pasqual Reservation is a federal reservation, located in northeastern San Diego County, California, near Valley Center. It is made up of five, non-contiguous parcels of land that total 1,379.58 acres. The original reservation, founded in 1910,

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