:: Find the Corresponding Images along Mission Creek ::


     

Point your mouse starting at the northernmost tip of the creek just beyond where it splits above the dam and begin travelling down stream towards Syuxtun. If you want to see what may be hiding there, you'll have to be sure your computer has Java Script enabled. You can read about the Chumash placenames you'll find along Mission Creek on the previous page. Stop by the Museum and say, "Haku"!

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This Tishle' blade is the only surviving example of a Chumash tomol paddle. The paddle was collected during Vancouver's visit to the Santa Barbara area in 1793 and presently resides in the British Museum collection.

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