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California State Indian Museum
2618 K St, Sacramento, CA 95816
The California State Indian Museum in midtown Sacramento interprets the diverse cultures of the indigenous peoples of California. The museum exhibits traditional items illustrating the varying cultures of the state's first inhabitants. The native population of California, one of the largest and most diverse in the Western hemisphere, was made up of over 150 distinct tribal groups who spoke at least 64 different languages. Prior to the arrival of the first European explorers, the native population is estimated to have been in excess of 500,000 people.
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