Tehachapi docent tours to begin

Native Americans once lived on the historic site

The California State Parks, Tehachapi District will conduct fall tours of the Tomo Kahni State Historic Park in Tehachapi. The park was a Kawaiisu Native American village site that was occupied by Native Americans until the 1940s.
The tour, guided by trained docents, includes an orientation at the Tomo Kahni Resource Center in Tehachapi and a moderately strenuous two-and-a-half-mile hike to Medicine Cave, Nettle Springs and a cave with pictographs which was a special place to the Kawaiisu peo...

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