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Native American history in California study guide seven.

1) What did the California state supreme court rule in the case of People v. Woody (1964)?

2) According to Leanne Hinton, how many California Indian languages in 1994 were being learned by children as the primary language of their household?

3) What common interest do Natives Matt Vera (Yowlumni), Loren Bommelyn (Tolowa), and Mary Jones (Konkow) have in common?

4) What groups or institutions in Los Angeles helped urban Natives to maintain a sense of ethnic identity?

5) Who are the two California Indians who participated in the Native American fine arts movement?

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1) What did the California state supreme court rule in the case of People v. Woody (1964)?
It ruled that the state could not prohibit people from using peyote (a hallucinogenic drug) if it was used during a religious ceremony. For many tribal people peyote it was used as communion is celebrated in Christian ceremonies.

2) According to Leanne Hinton, how many California Indian languages in 1994 were being learned by children as the primary language of ...

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This is study guide number 7 for Native American history in California. The original resource is provided as are five questions with answers. Over 250 words of original text.

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