The origins of the 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians can be traced back to the Chemeheuvi, a peaceful and nomadic tribe whose territory once covered large expanses of Utah, Arizona and Southern Nevada. In 1867, a group of Chemeheuvi migrated west to the Oasis of modern day Twentynine Palms. The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians are their descendants.
As children of the Wolf, the Band has always drawn upon his strength and intelligence, as well as the wit and survival skills of the coyote, to endure and sustain themselves.
Today the Band’s reservation lands are located near the town of Twentynine Palms, at the intersection of 1-10 and Highway 86, and includes the site of the Spotlight 29 Casino, whose proceeds help provide housing, education, and financial security for future generations.
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