|Gabrieleno Chief Salas (gabrielenoindians.org)|
|Indigenous Native American Tongva/Kizh lands of Los Angeles and Southern California|
|Imaginary image of heroine Toypurina|
- *Lepowsky, M. (2004). "Indian revolts and cargo cults: Ritual violence and revitalization in California and New Guinea". In Harkin, M. E. Reassessing revitalization movements: Perspectives from North America and the Pacific Island. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. pp. 1–61.
|Hegemonic Roman Catholic concentration camps were called Spanish "missions"|
|The Arroyo in Pasadena, Hahamongna|
- **Sutton, M. Q. (2009). "People and language: Defining the Takic expansion into southern California" (PDF). Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly. 41 (1–2): 31–93, and Kerr, S. L.; Georganna, M. H. (2002). "Population replacement on the Southern Channel Islands: New evidence from San Nicolas Island" (PDF). Proceedings of the Fifth California Islands Symposium. Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: 546–554.
|A dynamic study of the villages and locations of the Gabrielenos (tongvapeople.org)|