San Manuel Serrano People Lecture

Photo of Pauline Murillo, courtesy of Robert Whitehead

Pfau Library presents another lecture celebrating the San Bernardino Bicentennial:

San Manuel Serrano People: Commemorating the Bicentennial
“We are Still Here, Alive, and in Spirit” by Pauline Murillo

Monday, April 12, 2010
Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Lecture: 6 p.m.
Location: PL-4005 (4th floor, Special Collections)

Exhibit: A replica of a Serrano Village will be available for viewing before and after the presentation.

Ms. Murillo will talk about the history of the Serrano people, the first people in San Bernardino. She also will share stories and memories of growing up in this city.

Ms. Murillo is the author of Living in Two Worlds: The Life of Pauline Ormego Murillo (Pauline Murillo, 2001) and is a highly respected elder of the San Manuel tribe. She also is a major benefactor to this university.

This lecture is co-sponsored by Pfau Library and the Center for Indigenous Peoples Studies, within the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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Posted in Lectures & Presentations, S.B. Bicentennial