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Portrait photograph of Captain John Morongo
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1890
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Record Gazette, Banning,Calif
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Banning Library District Local History Collection
Rights Information
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Photographic portrait of Captain John Morongo. Captain John Morongo was a native Serrano who, along with the Morongo family, was instrumental in establishing the settlements of the San Gorgonio Pass. The Morongo Indian Reservation was named after Captain John Morongo.
I black and white photographic print; 8.89 x 12.70 cm.
Captain John Morongo
Native Americans-California-Morongo Indian Reservation
Serrano-California-Morongo Indian Reservation
Reservations-California-Morongo Indian Reservation
Biographies-Morongo, Captain John-California-Morongo Indian Reservation
Morongo Indian Reservation (Calif.)

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