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The Indians of Chico Rancheria by Dorothy J. Hill
 History of Indians, mostly Mechoopda, before and after they were relocated to Chico Rancheria.

Acknowledgements

Preface

List of Tables

List of Figures

List of Maps

Introduction

Chapter I, Indians of Chico Rancheria Before Contact with Caucasians

Physical Setting

Climate

Landforms

Ecological Environments

Streamside Woodland

Marshland

Grassland

Foothill

Yellow Pine

Population Density and Daily Activity

Chapter II, Indian Contact with Explorers, Trappers and Settlers, 1828-1848

Chapter III, Indian Contact with Miners and Ranchers, 1848-1868

Conflict of 1848-1851

U.S. Treaty with Indians, 1851

Conflict of 1851-1863

Indians on Rancho Arroyo Chico

The Indian Drive to Round Valley Reservation, 1863

Filtering Back to Butte County and Incidents, 1863-1868

Chapter IV, Partial Reconstruction of Aboriginal Life and the Missionary Influence of Annie E. K. Bidwell, 1868-1918

Textiles

Indian Burial Customs

Houses

Dances

Food

Employment

Dress

Education

Church

Rancheria Life After 1880

Rancheria Life After 1900

Land Deeds to Indians

Conclusions

Appendix

Notes

Bibliography

Personal Communications

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