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Posted: Monday, January 16, 2012 3:46 pm

Tribe members from Amah Mutsun visited the Gilroy Historical Society Saturday, sharing stories about their history. The Chitactac - what some people who hailed from Casa Dos Rios near Gilroy called themselves - are now known as the Amah Mutsun tribe of the Ohlone Indians. Over time, many Amah Mutsun relocated to San Juan Bautista, which is currently home to about 600 Amah Mutsun. "Our story needs to be told," Lopez told the crowd during his presention. Learn more: http://casadosrios.org/web/history.

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