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Recording how many California Indians were killed between 1846 and 1873 is, in part, an attempt to understand the magnitude of the rupture and profound pain caused by their loss: each murder severed personal, familial, and tribal links. Each was a tragedy. When multiplied by thousands during a short period, the impact was nothing less than devastating. In the context of genocide, recording deaths also dignifies the slain and gives a voice to the departed. Genocide is a form of violence in which intention and repetition are defining features.
Duhaut- Cilly, “Vue de l’etablissement russe de la Bodega, à la Côte de la Nouvelle Albion, en 1828 [View of the Russian establishment of the Bodega, on the coast of New Albion, in 1828],” lithograph by Landais and Martenelle in A. Duhaut- Cilly, Voyage Autour du Monde, Principalement A la Californie et aux Iles Sandwich, Pendant les Années 1826, 1827, 1828, et 1829 . . (Paris, 1835), frontispiece. Courtesy of Fort Ross Conservancy Photo Archives, Fort Ross, California. and recorded how Russians “were using, for labor .
27 Sexual violence against California Indians was apparently routine at some times and in some places under Spanish rule. One Indian woman accused soldiers of raping her daily in her cell at Monterey Presidio. ” Serra also received a report of soldiers sexually assaulting Indian children, probably Tongvas, at Mission San Gabriel. The Chumash man Kitsepawit, or Fernando Librado, described the routine rape of females at Mission San Buenaventura, as recounted by Woqoch, or Old Lucas, who had been the Indian sacristan there: “They took all the bestlooking Indian girls .