Milliken 2009, “A Time of Little Choice”, Has Just Been Liberated

Anthropology, Archaeology, and Ethnology have always been competitive fields. In the East Bay, Native American Graves Consulting is a booming, and exclusive business.

And, the documented existence of the Ohlone people, who have occupied the East Bay continuously, for thousands of years, hinges upon the information locked away behind paygates; only being referenced by Developers, and City Attorneys.

The exclusivity of this information has been exploited for money. And used to bolster false claims of sovereignty.

But, let me be clear:
The only reason you have this information is because you robbed our ancestors’ graves.

On a very basic level–without being reductive–these academic papers; all of the information; tangible and non-tangible things that have been developed, derived, or created from the desecration of our ancestors….

All of that still belongs to us.

” A Time of Little Choice: The Disintegration of Tribal Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area 1769-1810″

Randal Milliken, 2009