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David L. Toler, Jr. Presentation

Join us as we welcome author David L. Toler, Jr. at the San Diego Archaeological Center. Mr. Toler will discuss his new book, Blood of the Band: An Ipai Family Story. Come enjoy this presentation and have an opportunity to meet the author!

Neighborhood: North Inland

San Diego Archaeological Center
16666 San Pasqual Valley Rd
Escondido, CA 92027

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760-291-0370
sjsandoval@sandiegoarchaeology.org

Date & Time

Mar 25, 2017
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

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