They were buried in Berryessa Valley.
It shuttled people and goods eastward from Berryessa Valley to Winters, California and back. The Putah Creek Bridge, too well made to easily demolish, was left in place to be covered by the rising waters.
The well-engineered bridge survived the swollen flood of Putah Creek every winter thenceforward. Residents started leaving the valley.
Miguel Santiago Berreyesa b. Inthe Mulholland-Goethals-Davis plan proposed a dam at Devil's Gate, the southeastern limit of the valley.
Lange's Aperture magazineputsa, devoted one whole issue to the photojournalists' work. Vegetation in the valley was chopped down, fences torn down and buildings demolished. Pomo people lived in jose ease on the rich land, putas wildlife and plant san were plentiful, but they were forcibly removed from their land by both Spanish and American Settlers.
Other plans were formulated. The cemetery was moved to Spanish Flat, a bluff overlooking the valley.
Berreyesa forced natives to help him manage his livestock—a herd which soon grew to san, cattle and 20, horses, and extended eastward over Berryessa Peak into Capay Valley. Established trails made it possible for men, horses jose cattle to find their way through the hills into Capay Valley. Within a year, the valley was filled with farmers who enjoyed mild winters and putas harvests, especially of wheat.