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The upper cañon of Arroyo Léon, by Emiliano's settlement (a mile and a half downstream from Janielja'). The far side of the cañon floor contains the flowing arroyo, bordered with salt grass and marsh grass. The near portion is used for Emiliano's little garden. View looking southeast. [source: The Kiliwa Indians of Lower California (Plate V, figure b)] Emiliano's huerta, of which he is very proud. hHis old houses were on the terrace to the left before his aunt died and they were burned. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (http://libraries.ucsd.edu/collections/sca/) The far side of the cañon floor contains the flowing arroyo, bordered with salt grass and marsh grass. The near portion is used for Emiliano's little garden. View looking southeast A contemporary contact print of this image is available in the album documenting the 1929 trip. [Title, Date]. Peveril Meigs Baja California Research Materials. MSS 530. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.