By Don Young, Marge Young, Marjorie Young
Exploring the attractions of southern California, this advisor indicates the reader the place to soak up a three-hitter, rollerblade the boardwalks, browse at artwork fairs and sportfish. a distinct part covers daytrips around the border into Mexico, with tips about crossing the border, customs and security.
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Between San Diego and the Colorado River there were bands of Cahulla, Cupeño and Tipai. Along with the Yuma, the Tipai also inhabited the rich Imperial Valley and the region that parallels what we now recognize as the Mexican border. The Mojave, the Halchidhoma and the Yuma once lived where the Colorado River separates California from its neighboring state of Arizona, while in the pitiless desert to the north and west were the Chemehuevi, the Mojave and the Halchidhoma. Throughout California, nearly 100 Native American languages once were spoken.