Explore the East Bay Hills of the San Francisco Bay Area and discover a world inhabited by our local native Americans for over 10,000 years. Many sites are virtually untouched since missionization, manslaughter and European diseases drove these people from their ancestral homelands just over 200 years ago. Respect the history.

New Items:

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Hey Now! An updated online edition on GoogleEarth of
Native American Indian Sites In The East Bay Hills,
featuring over 250 sites in the greater Bay Area. CLICK HERE.
To see enlargement of Volvon Terrifory click on map.

Volvon Bedrock Mortars: By Robert Bardell

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Volvon Bedrock Mortars Image

an in depth study

Still relevant:

Kaaknu the Volvon: A novel by James Benney

Kaaknu the Volvon Cover

An awkward, amateurish attempt to tell an important story.

Kaaknu the Volvon tribal chieftan was a real person. Recorded history shows that he attained prominent stature during his lifetime, which started in 1770 in a benign 10,000 year-old Native American cultural environment around Mount Diablo, east of the San Francisco Bay.

It is hard not to appreciate the fantastic cultural stability that his people managed to sustain through hundreds of generations.

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