Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 • Celebrating Native American History Month

What could be better than a Indian Taco? As part of the Native American History Month celebration, sponsored by the Susanville Indian Rancheria and Lassen Community College, the Indian Tacos were served at no charge during the Wednesday, Nov. 20 event.
Native American artisans use raw materials such as these to make baskets, papooses and other items.
Here’s a display of Native American items made in the traditional way.
These art objects and artifacts celebrate the lifestyle of Native Americans who lived in the Honey Lake Valley before the time of recorded history.
Teresa Dixon reads a story written by her father, Harold Dixon, included in the “Small Moments in Time” anthology.
Aaron Dixon talks about the Papoose Meadows massacre that occurred near Eagle Lake. His grandfather, Old Man Joaquin, was the only survivor.