Wappo

Activists continue to defend the ancient indigenous burial ground at Glen Cove, south of Vallejo, California, against plans by the Greater Vallejo Recreation District (a local parks and recreation administration) to turn the area into a park with a parking lot, restrooms, a paved trail etc. June 4th, 2011, marked the 50th day of protest at the site. Indigenous groups with historical ties to the site include the Ohlone, Patwin (Wintun), Bay Miwok, Coast Miwok, Wappo, and Tule River Yokuts. (h/t Censored News)
(Photo via Protect Glen Cove)

Activists continue to defend the ancient indigenous burial ground at Glen Cove, south of Vallejo, California, against plans by the Greater Vallejo Recreation District (a local parks and recreation administration) to build a parking lot, restrooms, paved trail etc on the burial site. July 5th, 2011, marked the 83rd day of protest at the site. Indigenous groups with historical ties to the site include the Ohlone, Patwin (Wintun), Bay Miwok, Coast Miwok, Wappo, and Tule River Yokuts. (See also: 1, 2, 3)
(Photo via Protect Glen Cove)