John Burch, Traditional Leader of the Salinan Tribe at the Mission San Antonio de Padua on the Hunter Liggett military base near Jolon, California, on April 10, 2010. He created a keyboard piece called "The Calling" in tribute to a precious violin made by Jose Carabajal in 1798. The violin was stolen several years ago. (Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
John Burch, Traditional Leader of the Salinan Tribe at the Mission San Antonio de Padua on the Hunter Liggett military base near Jolon, California, on April 10, 2010. He created a keyboard piece called "The Calling" in tribute to a precious violin made by Jose Carabajal in 1798. The violin was stolen several years ago. (Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times/MCT) MCT
John Burch, Traditional Leader of the Salinan Tribe at the Mission San Antonio de Padua on the Hunter Liggett military base near Jolon, California, on April 10, 2010. He created a keyboard piece called "The Calling" in tribute to a precious violin made by Jose Carabajal in 1798. The violin was stolen several years ago. (Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times/MCT) MCT

Musical Strains: Salinan artifact stolen from Mission San Antonio

August 04, 2010 09:16 PM

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