Ohlone Village Walk: San Clemente Times Interviews Cory Drouillard

The San Clemente Times interviews Cory about the Ohlone Village Walk and his reasons behind it.


Cory Drouillard is making his way through California’s beach cities to raise awareness of the Ohlone tribe’s effort to purchase land near Monterey that belonged to the tribe before the arrival of the Spanish in 1769. Drouillard made his way through San Clemente Tuesday. Photo by Jim Shilander

Standout Quote from Cory: “If George Drouillard could do such an amazing thing, I thought I could go from Imperial Beach to Smith River to bring awareness.”

What is Cory Walking For?

Through 86 of California’s coastal cities, towns, and hamlets from Imperial Beach to Smith River, California a journey of 875 miles. Cory is determined to inspire people to use their computers and cell phones and Google INDIEGOGO–OHLONE VILLAGE and support his walk that will allow the Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe of California regain their sacred ancestral land that was taken from them when the Spaniards arrived on the shores of California in 1769. One hundred and thirty years later the same land was sold to a San Francisco businessman for one dollar by the United States government. The Ohlone were never given the opportunity to buy the land that was stolen from them.

Please support the OHLONE VILLAGE WALK and CORY on his journey through California. 

To read the full article, see here: http://www.sanclementetimes.com/blog/2013/08/14/descendant-of-westward-expansion-hunter-seeks-return-of-tribal-lands/


2 thoughts on “Ohlone Village Walk: San Clemente Times Interviews Cory Drouillard

  1. Hello there! This blog post could not be written much better!
    Reading through this article reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He continually kept preaching about this. I am going to send this information to him.
    Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thank you for sharing!

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