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PHASE 1 PREHISTORY

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In prehistoric times the natives were hunters and gatherers, they had music, song, dance (Kuri-kuri), myths, stories and legends, they were artists in ceramics, basketry, and cave paintings.

The native groups mainly collected acorn (oak fruit) in Tecate and piñón (pine fruit) in Sierra Juárez.

The presence of the first settlers is manifested through cave paintings, petroglyphs, mortars, shells, among others.

Before 1830 there were some indigenous settlements in the region. In 1876 the agricultural colony was established, which gave rise to the formation of other ranches.

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