Pauma Reservation

The Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians, historically known as the Pauma-Yuima Band of Mission Indians, is one of six federally recognized Indian tribes in the mid-southern California area who share Luiseno tribal affiliation, language, and traditions.

Officially established in 1893, today the nearly 6000 acre reservation encompasses only a small portion of the people’s traditional territory, which expands into Northern San Diego, Riverside, and Orange counties.

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