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The culture and colonization of local peoples The original inhabitants of Pasadena (the word "Chippaia", meaning "Valley of the Valley") and the surrounding areas were members of the Indigenous Indigenous tribe, a branch of the People's Republic of Tunga. They talked about Tongwa (part of Uto-Aztec language group) and lived in Los Angeles for thousands of years. Tongwa settled the Arroyo Seko (Los Angeles district) modern Pasadena and south, connecting it to the Los Angeles River and other natural waterways in the city. Residents lived in domed dome houses. They lived on a diet of potato flour, seeds and herbs, carpets and other small animals. They sold ocean fishes from coastal Tongwa. They were cooking canteens from Catalina Island. The oldest available transport route in Pasadena is the old Tuggua Walkway, also known as the Gabrielino Trail, followed by Rose Boeli and the western side of Arroyo Seko, after the Jaime Movement's Laboratory in San Gabriel. Trail has been used continuously for thousands of years. Trail arm is still used when it is now known as Salvia Canyon. When the Spaniards captured the Los Angeles Basin, they built the mission of San Gabriel and renamed the locals of Tonga in honor of the "Indian Gabrielino" mission. There are a group of people in Los Angeles today from Tongwa. Early development

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