Talk:Santa Rosa, California

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Sonoma State[edit]

I took out Sonoma State University from under the list of education institutes. Sonoma State is not in Santa Rosa, so it doesn't belong on the Santa Rosa page, even if it is noted as being in Rohnert Park. They are two seperate cities, so vital facts about one should not be on the page of the other. -- Lauren H.

Santa Rosa, California history[edit]

I love Wikipedia, have to say that first.

While reading the history of Santa Rosa California I discovered that the prehistory and Native American history is incorrect. This article says that the Cahuilla Indians lived in Santa Rosa when in fact they live in what is today's Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

Santa Rosa had Pomo, Wappo and Miwok peoples.

How does one help with this situation?

Rich Rodgers inspect@sonic.net (BernardoOjitos (talk) 17:48, 4 January 2014 (UTC))