Who We Are

Community Healing

Community Healing – photo Hank Meals

The Tsi Akim Maidu of the Taylorsville Rancheria are indigenous American Indians. We are dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of our people’s language culture, history, heritage.

  • We have the 501C(3) educational non-profit status

  • We are continuing to locate our un-enrolled tribal members

  • We are continuing our children’s education of the Maidu culture

  • We are concerned about our children because they are our future

 

OUR GOALS:

  • To acquire a secured land base

  • To better educate tribal members and non-Indian community

  • Study the history of our tribe and all Indian peoples

 

Nevada City Land Acquisition

Nevada City Land Acquisition – photo Hank Meals

We encourage you to join us in recognizing the importance of our goal, with your support we can achieve it.

It seems a basic requirement to study the history of our Indian people. American has much to learn about the heritage of our American Indians. Only through this study can we as a nation do what must be done if our treatment of the American Indian is not to be marked down for all time as a national disgrace

John F. Kennedy—1963

Who We Are

The Tsi-Akim Maidu of the Taylorsville Rancheria are indigenous American Indians. We are dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of our people’s language culture, history, heritage.
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Our Vision for California

It is the year 2050, Californians are celebrating the bicentennial of Statehood and reflecting upon the transformations from California’s birthing grounds—the Yuba River Watershed.  As the epicenter of the Gold Rush, the Yuba gave rise to wild visions of material wealth, ...
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Maidu History

The Maidu are a people whose homelands extends roughly from the southernmost reaches of the Cascade Mountain Range to the north, the crest of the Sierra Nevada to the east, the North Fork of the Consumes River to the south, and to the Sacramento River to the west.
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Tribal Council

Don Ryberg, Chairman
Eileen Moon, Vs Chairman/Treasurer
Gerald Ryberg, Secretary
Bettie Rose Davis, Member at Large
Marvin Cunningham, Member at Large
Ben Cunningham, Member at Large
Evelyn Davis, Member at Large
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