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This is a rare photo of Santos and Dolores Manuel second and third from left. Courtesy of Pauline Murillo Additional Resources: 1. The white man referred to them as savages. Their circular shaped homes, called Kiich, measured 12' to 14' across and resembled upside down baskets. Photographed by Edward S. But when Spanish explorers and missionaries found the native people living on the southern and northern slopes of the San Bernardino Mountains, they gave them the name Serrano, meaning the mountain people. A typical Serrano Kiich. Clifford E. Curtis in or before. Because they were hunters and gatherers, the Serrano's migrated with the seasons. They were made of stick frames covered in brush. The following year, buildings were burned and looted at what is now Lake Arrowhead. However, as in the case of Father Garces, who spoke fondly of these natives, it could simply have been ignorance of their customs. Cataldo A Tejon Serrano photographed by Edward S. Map of the original Serrano land.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Courtesy of Pauline Murillo The raging conflict between the white man and the Indian in San Bernardino County, although intense since their first encounter, really started heating up during the 's. That same year witnessed a horrific small pox epidemic which took a tremendous toll on the 3, to 7, Serrano's living in San Bernardino County. When Father Francisco Garces came through the valley on his way to Mission San Gabriel in March of , he reported that the natives were very friendly and hospitable. From bones recovered from the cremated remains excavated at Deep Creek, it has been deduced that these Serrano's were indeed small, probably not exceeding five feet. These attitudes could be interpreted as mean and cruel. Santos and Dolores Manuel. The padre noted that the Serrano women's skirts were made from the inner bark of cottonwood trees, while the men wore deerskin loinclothssometimes. Curtis, c. After a series of conflicts between same desert American Indian Tribes and settlers, there was a month long campaign in to wipe out all natives from the valley, including the peaceful and innocent Serranos. Louisa Pino Making a Basket. As a result, the white males in the San Bernardino Valley formed a militia to eliminate the Indians from the mountains. Library of Congress The Serrano's villages were alongside streams, around springs and lakes, or at the mouths of canyons. Map Map of the original Serrano land. As the weather warmed and mountain plants bloomed, they would go up to the high country. Winter would find them in their lowland villages, living off the food they had gathered the previous summer. In his book, History of the San Bernardino Valley From Padres to Pioneers: , Father Juan Caballeria described the Serrano's as being undersized, flat faced, broad nosed, with high cheekbones, wide mouths and coarse hair. When Santos Manuel died in , he was years old. One could imagine what Garces' reaction would have been if he had made his trip through the valley in the warm summer and saw the Serrano children running around stark naked! The Indians watched first with resentment, then smoldering rage as the newcomers slaughtered their animals, stole the land and ravaged its natural resources without regard for the future. According to tribe historian Ernest Siva, these people called themselves Yuhaviatam, which means "people of the pines". Several of the surviving Serrano's led by Chief Antonio Sever began working for ranchers in the San Bernardino Valley while the majority followed leader Santos Manuel into the foothills north of today's Patton State Hospital. The Serrano's villages were alongside streams, around springs and lakes, or at the mouths of canyons. Thanks to the leadership of Santos Manuel, the few surviving Serranos took to the foothills northeast of San Bernardino. The raging conflict between the white man and the Indian in San Bernardino County, although intense since their first encounter, really started heating up during the 's. Courtesy of Pauline Murillo. Tribes like the Serrano and the neighboring Cahuilla realized that it was in their best interests to put up with these intruders than fight a losing battle. Since a presidential order in , that settlement has become known as San Manuel Reservation. In a 32 day campaign, most of the Indians in the mountain areas were killed or driven from their ancient homeland. Click to enlarge map. Additional Resources:. Trouble brewed when occasional horse and cattle rustling occurred in the valley and mountains. Privacy Policy Contact Us. The Serrano's lived near lakes, streams, springs and other water sources throughout much of the San Bernardino Valley. He was shocked how they lived in what he considered miserable conditions and no doubt wondered how the Serrano's kept from freezing to death in the winter. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}By Nicholas R. Settlements were spread out, sometimes sprawling over several square miles. Most likely, the raiders were either Paiute or Chemehuevi and not Serrano. The name still is used today in identifying the tribe. Their daughter, Jesusa Manuel, is weaving a "singular" basket. Food and water, clothing and shelter appear to have been the primary reasons for village locations. Trafzer: This is the first analysis of the sovereign peoples of the San Manuel. Library of Congress. In this c. Indeed, there were those who followed that barbaric adage, "The only good Indian was a dead Indian". But the White man didn't care. Just who were these first people in the San Bernardino Valley? As lords of the San Bernardino Valley for the past century and a half, they looked upon the "primitive people" with great pity and sorrow. Library of Congress The white man referred to them as savages.