NORTON's Indentured Slaves

A postcard showing a family of "Happy Campers on the Eel River, California." The difference between the early Spaniards and the later Eastern Americans arrivals, is the Spaniards in Southern California let the Native American live on their land -- until they later soon all died from slavery anyway (estimated 350,000 bodies); the Americans didn't or wouldn't allow them to live on their land -- they were either driven off or shot.

From NORTON's book listing some indentured orphaned Native Americans. Not listed, the CLARKs of Petrolia had Major and a girl.