Island Dig



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Welcome to the Rainbow Bridge DIG

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One of the most wonderful Native Peoples legends from California is the story of the Chumash Rainbow Bridge. This story has only recently been made known to the non-Chumash community, and has been passed down for generations among the Chumash. First, read the story at this button Then come back to the DIG room and answer the following DIG Challenges.

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DIG Challenge #1 – Where do the earliest Chumash peoples first live in this legend ?button

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DIG Challenge #2 – Who encourages them to migrate to another place when they become too crowded at their first location? button

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DIG Challenge #3 – How do the People migrate ? What dangers do they face while migrating? button

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DIG Challenge #4 – Why do the Chumash consider dolphins their relatives? button

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DIG Challenge #5 – Is there any scientific evidence recently discovered that suggest the First Chumash may indeed have lived on the Islands first and then moved to the mainland ? Read this report and decide if there could be scientific evidence that suggests this ‘story’ might be based on fact. button What do YOU think?