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Southern Pomo Alphabet

Dec. 30 2017 Dry Creek Alphabet Poster

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Visions of Old Dry Creek

Dec.17 2017 Acorns used to be harvested in old granary trees like the one shown below. This is a photo from Dry Creek before the Warm Springs Dam was built. From our Private Collection.

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Manuel Cordova

Dec. 9 2017 – Portrait of an Elder… Manual Cordova, also known as “Hummingbird”…..

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Photo Gallery of Dry Creek Pomo Baskets

Nov 30th 2017 A Photo Gallery from the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indian Archives… A beautiful look at Dry Creek, Southern Pomo Indian Baskets from our private collection. Click on photo below to view gallery

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PUBLIC COMMENT / 2018-2022 COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

NOV. 2017  This Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (“CEDS”) was written by Bluestem Consulting, Inc. for the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians and adopted by the Board of Directors. The plan was developed and written in compliance with the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s CEDS requirements as provided for in 13 CFR Part 303. DCR…

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Aerial Video of Alexander Valley RV Park and Campground

Nov. 16th 2017 – Alexander Valley RV Park and Campground is an amazing place to visit! Nestled in the heart of Alexander Valley in Sonoma County Wine Country and minutes from our River Rock Casino makes this a must see for locals and travelers alike. Check out this HD aerial video of our gorgeous park along…

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The American Indian College Fund

Oct. 30th 2017   The American Indian College Fund is educating the mind and spirit of Native American communities by providing Native student scholarships and programmatic support for the nation’s 34 accredited tribal colleges and universities, which are located on or near Indian reservations to provide access to an affordable, quality higher education while preserving…

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Ancestrial Fish Weir Baskets

Oct 20th, 2017 – Our tribal ancestors were expert wardens of the land. They harvested fish from the Russian River for generations without negative impact to the fragile ecosystem of ancient Salmon migrations. Creating habitat ponds that diverted the river into small controlled areas allowed our ancestors to collect fish by the ton, feed their families and have…

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Native American And Tribal Grants

Oct 2nd 2017 Qualify and Receive Funds for College Native Americans, and Native Alaskans, have a long history of being under-represented in traditional American colleges and universities. Over the years, a large number of financial aid programs have been put into place to help redress this imbalance. These programs are supported by both the private and…

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Elizabeth Cordova Dollar Circa 1920

Sept. 30th. 2017..Here is an amazing look at one of the DCR’s oldest archival photo galleries. This gallery from our private collection features the Dry Creek Rancheria in the 20’s as well as an incredible timeless look at one of our Elders, Elizabeth Lozinto Cordova Dollar. From the Book “Healdsburg” on Google Books

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