Native American Indian Sites in the East Bay Hills by James Benney
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN SITES is a unique book. As far as I know, there is no other book that documents the Indian sites in the East Bay. Each site has a specific lat/lon coordinates, as well as elevation. In addition, instructions for reaching each site are provided.
As an example, the section titled, "Los Vaqueros Log Cabin Village" descibes a locale of "41 bedrock mortars, 4 capules, 4 slicks, rock walls." The author suggests parking at Round Valley, then
"When you see the old barn and cabin you're close. Wander behind them."
I confess I had no idea there were so many these interesting sites in the East Bay!
I have been to several of these sites, and am familiar especially with the large "City of Volvon" (in Morgan Territory) that the author documents. I appreciate the author's regard for careful preservation of these locations. As the author makes clear, do not remove any artifacts from any of these important sites.
Perhaps the most useful item is the large color map in the center of the book, which marks the position of the sites discussed in the book. 5-Stars for producing such an informative, useful guide.
For further information about these East Bay locations, check out the East Bay Hill People website. See also this excellent article on the "Lost City of Volvon" by Robert Bardell. Fascinating description of the Volvon village in Morgan Territory.