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Margaret Sanchez has spoken two languages for as long as she can remember, Spanish and English. This allowed her to appreciate her dual cultural heritage from a young age. She was born in French Camp in 1952 and raised in Stockton. She was the third oldest of eight children. Her father, a mechanic, had Northern Valley Yokut, Ohlone, and Miwak ancestors while her mother was of Mexican decent. Her grandparents on both sides of the family, were strong influences on her childhood; the family spoke both English and Spanish at home and served cuisine from both cultures...
Oral History, Stockton - CA, California, Native American, History
Gaines, Lindsey. "Corral Family: Margaret Sanchez Corral (Middle)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Native American Stories. Oral History 5.
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