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Red Rock Canyon California State Park

Native Americans

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bluffs of red rock canyon
Indigenous people lived in the Red Rock Canyon. The Kawaiisu, an offshoot of the Ute-Chemehuevi, were a peaceful people who lived and traveled in small family units from the Tehachapis to the southern affluents of the Kern River and the eastern slopes of the mountains including Red Rock Canyon.
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