Monday, January 10, 2011

The Temecula Indian Reservation: Pechanga Allotments. How Many Families STILL have their Allotments? Paulina Hunter's Family Still Has Theirs After 113 Years

Since the Department of the Interior has been checking our blog for allotment information, I thought I'd make it easier for them.

Allotments at the Temecula Reservation from 1897; PECHANGA denies historical FACTS

Paulina Hunter's   parents, as proved by the Temecula Band of Luiseno Indians from the Pechanga Reservation are the ONLY ones that mention Pechanga on their birth records.  And Hunter's are one of the FEW families that still have their allotment.   Yet the tribal council STRIPPED them of their citizenship.

Notice how the name for the place is the TEMECULA RESERVATION? Pechanga is a PLACE.

Indian Allotments Temecula Reservation
Approved by Honorable Secretary Interior on March 29, 1897
Filed June 12, 1897

1 Berdugo, Juan 2 Berdugo, Martino 3 Berdugo, Domingo 4 Joac, Felipe 5 Helm, Adolfo 6 Aguallo, Prudencio 7 Raines, FrankPaul 8 Pa, Matteo 9 Duro, Andreas 10 Chowee, Adolfo 11 Valdez, Sinobia 12 Yuac, Leon 13 Kengish, Lugarda 14 Kengish, Santiago 15 Gaishman, Alejandro 16 Medrano, Alfredo 17 Jacuie, Thomassa 18 Trujuillo, Antonio Maria 19 Kengish, Dolores 20 Macaro, Juan
21 Attache, Bital 22 Kengish, Leona 23 Cosme, Salgado 24 Guavish, Christina 25 Rodriguez, Jose Davie 26 Rodriguez, Benito 27 Rodriguez, Alfredo 28 Jacuie, Alocio 29 Oliveras, Juan Maria 30 Majel, Jose 31 Yuac, Maria 32 Alveras, Antonio 33 Guavish, Michella 34 Ayal, Victoria 35 Casas, Luisa 36 Albanes, Martha 37 Medrano, Griselda 38 Attache, Felipe 39 Attache, Jesus 40 Rodriguez, Incarnaciona
41 Rodriguez, Polocarpio 42 Losobal, Ysidro 43 Garcia, Eduardo 44 Madines, Jose 45 Jacuic, Juan Maria 46 Pajaniun, Benito 47 Trujuillo, Vicente 48 Losobal, Petra 49 Losobal, Gabriel 50 Losobal, Rejugia 51 Valencia, Manuel Dolores 52 Valencia, Maria Jesus 53 Medrano, Maria 54 Valencia, Esther 55 Qulich, Salvador 56 Magee, Frank 57 Tochiga, Andreas 58 Garcia, Luis 59 Serrano, Jose 60 Magee, Custoria Nescat
61 Losobal, Juan 62 Hunter, Paulina 63 Contreras, Juaquin 64 Loatmany, Stefena 65 Contreras, Dolores 66 Contreras, Marcellina 67 Ramirez, Feliciano 68 Sal, Jose Antonio 69 Sal, Virginia 70 Rodriguez, David 71 Albanes, Esperanza 72 Nescat, Appolonia 73 Pajanin, Rafael 74 Pajanin, Ramon 75 Japarrakes ,Martina 76 Munio, Ysabel 77 Garboni, Josefa 78 Guavish, Francisco 79 Moguaguish, Victoria 80 Garcia, Vibrana
81 Castro, Escholastica 82 Pa, Gregoria 83 Kenguish, Feliciana 84 Medacuf, Ysidora 85 Jacuic, Jose Domingo 86 School House 87 Cemetery

The foregoing schedule (4 Sheets) of allotments of lands in severalty made to the Indians residing on the Temecula Reservation in the State of California. Under the Act of Congress approved January 12, 1891 (26 stats. 712) by Special Agent John F. Carrere, under instructions from this office approved by the Department February 5, 1893 is respectfully submitted to the Secretary of the Interior with recommendation that he approve the allotments therein described and cause patents to be issued there for in the names of the allottees as provided in the 5th section of the Act aforesaid.

D. M. Browning Commissioner E.E.W Department of the Interior March 29, 1897

The allotments to the Indians residing on the Temecula Indian Reservation in the State of California as described in the above recommendation of the commissioner of Indian Affairs are herby approved and the commissioner of the General Land Office is directed to issue in forum and of the legal effect prescribed by the 5th Section of the Act of January 12, 1891 (26 Stats. 712). C. N Bliss Secretary

25 comments:

Luiseno said...

How many people still own their allotments does anyone know?

O Pechanga said...

Pechanga Tribal Council KNOWS. And it's not many.

Anonymous said...

tosobol clan still have theirs lot 76 48 47

Anonymous said...

So the Tosobol Clan would actually be 3 families?, and the Hunters would be 4. Do the Rios family still own property?

Did they give the Pechanga council the authority to act on their behalf in water rights negotiations?

The water rights should be for ALLOTTED family, not the tribe

Anonymous said...

No permission or negotations with Tosobal clan Regarding allotments by tribal council or Department of INTERIOR It is my thoughts the BANISHMENT OF TOSOBAL CLAN ORDERED BY PECHANGA TRIBAL COUNCIL {WE HAVE PROOF}Ben and paul vasquez are building on allottments,and the water rights settelment act is a FACTOR WITH CRIMINAL INTENT BY TRIBAL COUNCIL and In Probate THE ANTHONY TORTUGA ESTATE which entitles his heirs 7 allotments of of undivided acres of reservation land 50 acres AND MORE IN LAHOYA some are divided land they knew TOSABOL ARE HEIRS OF ANTHONY TORTUGA,AS WELL AS ARRO, MAYBE A CRIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED ,

Anonymous said...

This needs to be reported to the Department of Interior and probably to the Congresspeople that were seen in Washington. Again and again.

Also, to YOUR own congressperson. Even if it's not Bono or Issa, your representative should look into it for you.
In fact, that's a good way to get them involved.

Anonymous said...

The Rios family is part of the tosobol Clan we own an intrest in lot 76

Anonymous said...

2 14 19 20 22 55

Anonymous said...

How do I contact Mike Rios
Madariaga

LIES said...

Why does Paul Vasquez even have any rights to the property he lives on that was passed down to the only living heir which was LOUISE MUNOA FOUSSAT Paul is not her direct lineal decendent they were just cousins not mother and son.He is a total snake!

Anonymous said...

lorene20@verizon.net SEND EMAIL TO MIKE RIOS

Anonymous said...

AS it was told by my father it may have something to do with them or one of them and a bottle of some kind of liquor or wine and they talked her out of her land after a night of drinking they are not honorably men

Michael said...

Paul Vasquez has the opportunity to become the honorable elder of the tribe, by standing up for his Tosobol family.

Paul, DO THE RIGHT THING. Bring your FAMILY home.

Munoas, add your voices to let your family share in what is rightfully theirs.

Anonymous said...

Letters to enrollment committee and Tribal government were recieved confirmed Today -- each tribal council member has a copy,now we wait for a response like all of 14 years

Anonymous said...

That is what I don't get as Paul and Ben Vasquez stood up for us the Hunters during our disenrollments but they won't stand up for their own blood?

John Munoa though has said that non tribal members cannot get alloted land so we know, if even he is wrong, where he stands on the issue.

Anonymous said...

Hey Raymond and Jennie were is your Allotment?......I forgot Your family are not from Indian blood and your family have no lineage to this tribe....You and your families must be sweating like Pigs or like in your language Merano's

Anonymous said...

When the moratorium was put into place how were the applicants told?

Where are the names kept?

Were files kept?

Are they still adding names to the Moratorium?

How does one know?

Is there a filing system or what?

Anonymous said...

Still over two weeks of open enrollment. Get your applications IN.

Anonymous said...

how the moritorium people were told --is by a letter sent 11 months after applicatioNs were turned in january 1996 the letter was recieved that a moritorium had been voted to review the hundreds of applicants for a few months our familys applications were back dated to be included in the moritorium voted on in febuary of 1996 or therafter I was informed by the enrollment committee of this backdating whatever that funkin means january 2 2011 first heard of by me or heard of --you know that Peechanga does not send you notice of anything or gives any information about BANISHMENT OR RESTRICTIONS THEY JUST ORDER IT SO THE TRIBAL COUNCIL ORDERS A LOT OF THINGS NOT WILLED BY THE PEOPLE

Anonymous said...

So you are saying you were JUST notified of being in the moratorium? How odd is that?

Anonymous said...

no just notified the jan apps were backdated to be included in moritorium voted after enrollment apps were already turned in at the enrollment time period

'aamokat said...

"how the moritorium people were told --is by a letter sent 11 months after applicatioNs were turned in january 1996 the letter was recieved that a moritorium had been voted to review the hundreds of applicants for a few months our familys applications were back dated to be included in the moritorium voted on in febuary of 1996 or therafter I was informed by the enrollment committee of this backdating whatever that funkin means january 2 2011 first heard of by me or heard of --you know that Peechanga does not send you notice of anything or gives any information about BANISHMENT OR RESTRICTIONS THEY JUST ORDER IT SO THE TRIBAL COUNCIL ORDERS A LOT OF THINGS NOT WILLED BY THE PEOPLE"

That was one of the things new members elected to the enrollment committee in 2002 found out upon joining the committee, including a member of the Hunter family, that people who had their applications in before deadline for the start of the moratorium had been put in the moratorium and that the committee, namely four women from the CPP faction of the tribe, were not doing the duty they were elected to do.

Also, the committee, controlled by the CPP members, had not been processing applications of children from families they didn't like and those applicants also ended up in the moratorium.

Another thing the newly elected enrollment committee members of 2002 found was that adults had been enrolled, despite the moratorium, in 2000 prior to the tribal elections.

What did we the Hunters get for our relative trying to do the right thing by trying to get the committee to act in manner that was fair to all?

Served with disenrollment papers by those same four women from the CPP who they had questioned their actions!

Anonymous said...

In all do respect did paulina get her land grant or alotte from being maried to ....... or her
immediate family?

Anonymous said...

i have alot of paper work were it shows in the 1800 treaties states cahulla tribe, morongo, n etc....its called temecula indians it states on all my ancester n grammas paper work from cahuilla nation states temecula indians so isn,t all cahuilla nation included"?with these writes?can you please keep me up to date uges123@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Deborah and Norman Pico where married 6 years after Randy Pico was born. Randy Pico is not a Pechanga Indian, his real father was a farm laborer. Check the records they where married in Riverside. Randy Pico is a fake and should not be treated as a Pechanga Indian.