The Ohlone population declined steeply during this period.
[Adapted from a translation by Susan Tarrow of the Cellere Codex, in Lawrence C.
Ohlone people, also known as the Costanoan, are a Native American people of the central and northern California coast.
When Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in the late 18th century, the Ohlone inhabited the area along the coast from San Francisco Bay through Monterey Bay to the lower Salinas Valley.
In pre-colonial times, the Ohlone lived in more than 50 distinct landholding groups, and did not view themselves as a distinct group.
They lived by hunting, fishing, and gathering, in the typical ethnographic California pattern.
See excerpts from the study below, as well as a link to the full study.
Note: Polynesian is a term that the Albino people have applied to Pacificans/Austronesians who have significant "White Mongol/European" admixture.
A subsequent DNA study by David Reich & Svante Pääbo titled: "An early modern human from Romania with a recent Neanderthal ancestor:" Terms the specimen "Oase-1" and re-dates it to 37,00042,000-years-old.
Yet we see supposedly serious people, even some with a scholastic background, "Blow-off" these truths, to cling to the Hollywood fantasy of Tonto.
That is where the term "Albino in Denial" comes in.
The essence of his art is truth; a fresh, vigorous view of life, and an originality in portrayal." The accompanying illustrations may therefore be looked upon as faithfully representing the subjects treated by the artist.
After the voyage of the Ruric, Choris went to Paris where he issued a portfolio of his drawings in lithographic reproduction and studied in the ateliers of Gerard and Regnault. He documented the Ohlone people in the missions of San Francisco, California in 1816.
It is not easy to see the lies which formed your reality, crumble before your eyes.