Survivors "We tried to have a respectful pow-wow," agrees John Rouillard, head of American Indian Studies at San Diego State. "There's a definite trend, starting probably with the Alcatraz takeover in 1969, of young Indians ...
Henry Rodriguez. Sometimes, if the sick man had a lot to confess, Henry says the celexis could go on for two or three days.
Posted April 14, 1988
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Henry Rodriguez, La Jolla Indian elder, goes back up Palomar Mountain.
It was through Henry’s persuasion that the La Jolla reservation built the campground and water slide below Palomar Mountain, on the San Luis Rey River. Those popular improvements now provide income for the reservation