Language and Indigenous Peoples

Traditional California Native American Acjachemen Planting Song

A traditional Acjachemen Planting Song using elderberry clapper sticks, sung by members of Tushmalum Heleckum, the Hummingbird Singers, from the San Juan Capistrano area. With Fran Yorba, Kathy Sandoval, and Marian Walkingstick. This video is part of a larger project to document the gathering of traditional southern California plants used in Native American basketry.

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