Wednesday, May 13, 2015

EXPOSE: A Mother KNOWS: Trask Family NOT Blood of San Pasqual Band. BIA MUST intervene.

Genealogist Lorraine Escobar has released her exhaustive study on the ancestry of San Pasqual's Trask Family.  The determination:  They are NOT of California Native American Heritage.  Current San Pasqual chairman Allen Lawson is descended from this group of white people.   Lawson keeps real San Pasqual Natives from their rightful place in the tribe.

Will the BIA correct this historical wrong?   Should they suspend Federal recognition?

In a 1920 letter, Frank Trask's mother had this to say:

"In reply to your letter asking information about my son, will say, first, FRANK TRASK was not a San Pasqual Indian himself, nor were his immediate ancestors.

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21 comments:

Dawn Bohle said...

Great to have all the info in one document that this......

Anonymous said...

There is NO requirement that tribal members be Indian.

Anonymous said...

She Says Close but not perfect 100 times.

Anonymous said...

Pursuant to 25 CFR 48, one must possess 1/8 BLOOD of the San Pasqual band in order to be enrolled. These frauds were enrolled by the Bureau based on the false premise that Frank Trask had 1/2 San Pasqual blood. The Bureau has known since November 1920 that he had NO San Pasqual Blood. Therefore, he and all of his family have been improperly enrolled by the Bureau. The Bureau MUST under 48.14(d) disenroll . .. just like the Alto's!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous . . . is that you Dave Toler, like hell there is not requirement that "there is not requirement that tribal members be Indian." The San Pasqual Band is a Federally Recognized INDIAN tribe. If your aren't a frickin' Indian you don't belong. Toler, you and your cousin, Allen Lawson do NOT belong in this tribe.

Alexandra McIntosh said...

To the Members of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs:

The San Pasqual Band of (Kumeyaay) Mission Indians are one of the few tribes whereby the Bureau of Indian Affairs has been empowered with final say over enrollment in their tribe. It is time the Senate Committee have hearings about the corruption within the Bureau, as it relates to the enrollment issues in this tribe. If you examine only two things, the December 1920 letter from the Riverside Superintendent and the internal Bureau memo from the mid-1950's, it is clear that the Bureau has conspired with the descendants of the white 'pioneers' to misappropriate the land from the San Pasqual Indians. This is a breach of the Bureau's fiduciary duty to this tribe. Taken to another level, with full knowledge, the descendants of the white 'pioneer' Frank Trask possessed NO SAN PASQUAL blood, the Bureau nevertheless wrongfully enrolled these non-San Pasqual people in to the San Pasqual tribe. This, also, is a breach of fiduciary duty to the San Pasqual people. It is time the United States Government take appropriate action to correct the wrongs that they have perpetrated.

Alexandra McIntosh said...

I have evidence in my possession that the true San Pasqual Indians gave approval to the enrollment statute 25 CFR 48 in 1959 (that approval was that no persona would be enrolled in the San Pasqual tribe unless they possessed no less than 1/8 San Pasqual Blood.) After the true San Pasqual approved this statute, the Bureau CHANGED the statute to insert 48.5(f), and the internal memo states that the change was NOT to be shown to the San Pasqual Indians. It was not until the statute was published in the Federal Register (1960) that it was discovered the San Pasqual Indians had been deceived by the Bureau. When the San Pasqual Indians objected to the enrollment of Florence Trask Ward Stewart Wolfe, daughter of Frank Trask, and her sister, Helen Trask Lawson, as well as their children, Robert Stewart, Audrey Toler, Allen Lawson, Sr. the Bureau denied their objection. These pioneer thieves continued to live on the land as part of this Indian tribe. This was a breach of the fiduciary duty the Bureau owed to the San Pasqual Indians.

Alexandra McIntosh said...

In 1988, 25 CFR 76 was published for the purpose of distribution of trust assets to the San Pasqual Indians, under the Court of Claims, 80-A docket. Wrongfully, and in breach of their fiduciary duty, because they have final say over enrollment, the Bureau wrongfully enrolled the Alto family, Allen Lawson, Cheryl Calac, Dave Toler, and all of their family members, as well as the descendants of a female Camacho. An examination of 25 CFR 76 provides that in the event any descendants can not show a relative on the 1959 base roll of the tribe, approved October 1966, then they do NOT qualify for enrollment, nor any distribution of the 80A docket money. The Bureau breached it's fiduciary duty once again to the true San Pasqual Indians. In 1955 it took hearings before the California Legislature to expose the fact the Florence Wolfe (white Trask) would not ALLOW the true San Pasqual on to their own land. Today, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs must have hearings to expose the corruption between the Bureau and the non-San Pasqual they have wrongfully enrolled in the San Pasqual tribe. These families named hereinabove are directly responsible, in conjunction with alleged corruption with the Bureau Riverside, Sacramento and Washington, that today keep the true San Pasqual descendants from enrollment in their own tribe.

Anonymous said...

Hey there is a couple that is missing that was last seen at that Casino. http://www.cbs8.com/story/29032675/missing-couple-last-seen-at-valley-view-casino

Anonymous said...

Excellent work by your researchers. Hope it helps the BIA understand the situation and rectify...

Anonymous said...

If only they did credit the right researchers and not "Lesa Green" most references and sources are completely wrong.

Anonymous said...

Alto's are out. The Trask family is next. After that the Camacho/Ochoas and the Oroscos. We are cleanin house!!! Be READY!!

Anonymous said...

All praise to Chief Hummay QuisQuis!! The chosen one!!!

Anonymous said...

the altos are not out there still in court and there still on the roll as san Pasqual .also ms McIntosh ure always bashing 0n the altos .if I was them if the courts rule in there favor and there found 2 be trible I would sue u for defamation.

Anonymous said...

Allan Lawson is a good chief. LEAVE him alone!!

JUST GO AWAY

In the spirit of Adam Castillo said...

Dear David Toler, Chief was a term used for Indian Tribal Leaders, Lawson is mexican, NOT indian nor a recognized tribal leader by other tribal goverments. 2nd learn your "IPAI" culture and re-learn history, you would know why we stopped using the word "CHIEF" as a Native America Nation. You are so full of sh** makes me want to vomit in your face.

Anonymous said...

They will all ignore this much like they op ignored the expert that studied the Pechanga Hunter claim...he had proof and it was ignored by the crooked Macarro.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Alto. Check this out. Cut and paste and go to Reel 169, Page
http://siris-archives.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?uri=full=3100001~!363779~!8&ri=6&aspect=basic&menu=search&source=~!siarchives&profile=all

Go to page 33/49
At the top of the page you will see a circled page 10. Read the last notation. It is an interview of Maria Alto by the anthropologist John Peabody Harrington from 1925. "Marcus Alto is adopted son. Lives at Escondido & his wife & 4 kids."

See it for yourself. Sorry bro. You are not San Pasqual and you won't be suing anyone.

Anonymous said...

Alto,means stop in Spanish. so stop hating and give the Alto family back their rights.

Anonymous said...

Alto's, you are not Indians. Your ancestor was a Mexican baby adopted by a San Pasqual Indian. You should never have been enrolled in the San Pasqual tribe in the first place.

Anonymous said...

Wow, guess it's been a year or so since I've been here, but I see the same old lies are still going on. If you want the true story of the history of the San Pasqual Reservation buy yourself a copy of Blood of the Band. It reveals that the Trask family was the ONLY family of San Pasqual heritage (La Chappas, Nejos and Guachenos) who wanted to keep their heritage alive by going to the new San Pasqual Reservarion in 1909 and keeping the reservation intact until others joined them there in the mid 1950s, when termination of all Indian reservations in the United States was not only a possibility, but a reality for many tribes. Chief, Captain, Tribal Leader, who cares what those who kept their traditions alive were called? Let's set the record straight by presenting the unabashed truth. By the way, how's that blood correction coming for the oppositional forces of the Trask family? Still waiting to see the latest developments, but after another year all I see are the same old lies, which apparently are proposed here with the intention of deflecting scrutiny on those who post these atrocious mis-statements. That's Blood of the Band for learning the real story!