FUESD Parents and Guardians,

November is Native American Heritage Month. We are excited to celebrate the history of those who came before us and their descendants continuing their rich heritage. We honor the strength and resolve of the indigenous community as we look to learn more about Fallbrook’s native people.

This page highlights the indigenous people of Fallbrook, along with sharing student-centered videos showcasing the rich history of Native Americans, their suffering and resilience during the time of American Settlement, and their unique culture as seen through music, food, and art.

Celebrating Native Heritage

Heritage through Tribal History

Heritage Through Song

Historical Highlights

Victoria-Pedrorena

A Brief History of the Luiseño

The Luiseño, also known as Payomkawichum, or “People of the West.”  They referred to themselves as Ata’axam or “the People.” READ MORE

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The Milling Sites of Live Oak Park

Bedrock milling sites along Live Oak Creek are evidence of prehistoric activity in and around Fallbrook from hundreds of years, or even more, before the first European settlersREAD MORE

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The Pala Band of Mission Indians

The Pala Band of Mission Indians reservation is located in northern San Diego County, on a 12,273-acre reservation…

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