Ted Garcia, Chief of the Southern Chumash. is a storyteller, singer, spiritual leader, dancer and carver of stone. Among his sculptures are whales, bears, sea lions and fishing hooks. He said all his works should be regarded as medicine to gather positive Energy. His ancestors--Tataviam, Chumash and Vanytume, lived in the Santa Clarita, San Fernando Valleys as well as part of Ventura county. His father, Ted C. Garcia, and grandmother, Chief Mary Cooke Garcia, lived in Newhall and are direct descendants of individuals who lived at Chaguayabit village (now Castaic) prior to European contact ins 1769. Ted's great, great, great grandfather Santiago Garcia was born to American Indian and California parents about l1833 when the Mission Period ended. Ted has served as spiritual advisor to the Hart of the West Powwow in Newhall, California.
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