Headwaters of the Mojave



The heart of the Serrano Indians' home land was the San
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Bernardino Mountains. They occupied the land between these mountains and Tehachapis. The Valley lands known today as Redlands, San Bernardino and Colton were Serrano territory, as well as Yucaipa, Mission Creek, Morongo Creek and the valley to the east. The Serranos lived in 29 Palms. Their western border extended as far as the Cucamonga plain.
Recent information from some of the data collected and analyzed by William Mason, Lowell Bean and Sylvia Brakke Vane, indicates that the area from the San Gorgonio Pass to Hemet, inclusive of the Soboba Reservation and Moreno Valley to Perris extending westward to include Corona, was also Serrano Territory.