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Ocean Beach Historical Society Presents
RICHARD CARRICO

Peeling Back 10,000 Years of San Diego History

When:   Thursday, September 15, 2022, 7:00 pm
Where:  Water's Edge Faith Community
              1984 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., San Diego

Cost: FREE

This Event Will Also Stream Live on YouTube. 


 

RICHARD CARRICO 
South Bay Historical Society - Chula Vista Heritage Museum
"Killing the Demons at Mission San Diego de Alcala"

When:   Thursday, September 22, 2022, 5:00 pm
Where:  Chula Vista Civic Center Library
              365 F. St. Chula Vista, CA 91910


This Event Will Also Stream Live on YouTube. 


Richard will be speaking about the 1775 Native Revolt Against The Mission Of San Diego and The Tipai Villages Of The South Bay.
 
For centuries the mission period has been romanticized.  Richard Carrico will talk about
the shaping of past opinions based on erroneous information. His research exposes new
information, to give us a proper perspective of Spain's legacy, of destruction of native peoples.
A certain social consciousness asks, does it matter how we treat people? If your answer is yes,
then you cannot ignore the plight of indigenous people by the Spanish.

Richard L. Carrico is a professor of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University. With a B.S. in anthropology from SDSU and a Master's in history from the University of San Diego, Carrico is a specialist in California Indian history and the rich culture and ethno-history of southern California tribes. A popular speaker and lecturer, he is a frequent contributor to anthropological and historical journals.

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