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Portion of Hicksville Cemetery dedicated to Native Americans in the area

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Posted: Sunday, April 28, 2013 7:44 pm

It took several years, but Miwok and Maidu Indian descendants and those from the Wilton Rancheria now have more space at Hicksville Cemetery in which they can be buried.

The Galt-Arno Cemetery District, which owns Hicksville Cemetery on Arno Road, when dedicated part of the graveyard to the late Aleck Blue, who was known as a healer and medicine man who spoke many Indian languages and served as an interpreter for various Native American tribes, according to Lisa Jimenez, an Elk Grove resident who is chairwoman of the Blue, Brown and Taylor families.

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