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The Confesional en Carmeleño. Vintage point to the relationship between Franciscans and Rumsen Indians in the California missions2018 Estudios de historia novohispana 58: 133-66
  • José Refugio de la Torre Curiel
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2523English summary
Chalon and Rumsen (Ohlone/Costanoan) catechisms2012 Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology 32 (2): 161-86
  • David Leedom Shaul
H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0191-3557
Voyages of discovery: in search of Ohlone baskets2010 News from native California 24 (1): 28-31
  • Linda Yamane
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Rumsen Ohlone folklore: two tales2008 Journal of folklore research 45 (3): 383-91
  • David Kaufman
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
The varieties of religious experience: baptized Indians of Mission San Francisco de Asis, 1776-18212008 American Indian quarterly 32 (4): 412-42
  • Quincy D. Newell
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Origins of northenr Costanoan Ïak:en 'six': a reconsideration of senary counting in Utian2005 International journal of American linguistics 71 (1): 87-101
  • Juliette Blevins
The Ohlone /Costanoan-Esselen nation of Monterey, California. Dispossession, federal neglect, and the bitter irony of the federal acknowledgment process2003 Wicazo Sa review 18 (2): 41-77
  • Philip Laverty
0794-6427in special issue 'The politics of sovereignty'
Unaknowledged tribes, dangerous knowledge. The Muwekma Ohlone and how Indian identities are [known]2003 Wicazo Sa review 18 (2): 79-94
  • Les W. Field
0794-6427in special issue 'The politics of sovereignty'
'What must it have been like!': critical considerations of precontact Ohlone cosmology as interpreted through central Calinfornian ethnohistory2003 Wicazo Sa review 18 (2): 95-126
  • Alan Leventhal
  • Les W. Field
0794-6427in special issue 'The politics of sovereignty'
Sifting the evidence: preceptions of life at the Ohlone (Costanoan) missions of Alta California1998 Ethnohistory 45 (4): 675-708
  • Russel K. Skowronek