Indians and intruders in central California, 1769-1849 by George Harwood Phillips

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Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press isbn10 | asin : 0806124466 print isbn13 : 9780806124469 ebook isbn13 : 9780585146218 language : English subject Indians of North America --California --History, Indians of North America --California --Government relations, Spain--Colonies--America--Administration, California --History --To 1846, California --History --1846-1850. 4/00497 subject : Indians of North America --California --History, Indians of North America --California --Government relations, Spain--Colonies--America--Administration, California --History --To 1846, California --History --1846-1850.

Assisting the chief were members of his lineage and those who formed a staff called the wina'tum. The staff served as an ad hoc police force during large gatherings, managed the distribution of food, and regulated ceremonies. 52 A shaman also assisted in the regulation of the social order. Usually a friend and associate of the chief, he occupied an important position in Yokuts society. As both doctor and priest, the shaman administered to the sick by prescribing medicines for common ailments and by employing the supernatural powers he Page 29 claimed to possess.

In 1770 a presidio and Mission San Carlos Borromeo were established at Monterey among the Ohlone. In 1771 and 1772 Mission San Antonio de Padua opened in Salinan territory and San Luís Obispo de Tolosa in that of the Page 33 Chumash. At the tip of the San Francisco peninsula, Mission San Francisco de Asís and a presidio were planted among the Ohlone in 1776. 4 From these and subsequent settlements, the Spanish ventured into the San Joaquin Valley. 5 Ordered to bring them in, Captain Pedro Fages passed through the Cañada de las Uvas to Buena Vista Lake in early 1772.

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