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Diegueño is a name the Spanish called the Indians. But the Diegueños called themselves Kumeyaay.
mortar & pestle for grinding acorns
Acorns before being crushed.
Rocks used for crushing acorns.
rabbit skin blanket
Agave was used for nets and huts.
Agave fiber skirt
San Diego River Most Kumeyaay lived on the river. They used it as transportation.
Bow strings made with agave fiber
fish net made of agave fiber
cooking ollas small necks prevented evaporation of liquids
The Kumeyaay spoke Yuman (not English)
Women were the potters (pot makers) and basket weavers.
Both girls and boys learned the use of the pointed throwing stick to hunt rabbits.
Both men and women gathered acorns and pine nuts.
Men and women wore “burden baskets” on their heads to carry provisions (food).
Some baskets were used to sift acorn powder.
Kumeyaay believed that bears and eagles were sacred (holy).
Kumeyaay believed that porpoises were the “guardians of the world.”
The Kumeyaay used rabbit skin blankets.
Modern Kumeyaay showing traditional clothing.
Kumeyaay sandals and carrying bags made of agave plant fibers.
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