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Don't expect weighty historical background in these 'Images of America' series additions: they are lovely photo-based local coverages of California gleaned from both archives and personal collections and the images are the basis for discussions of changes and events. OLD SACRAMENTO AND DOWNTOWN (0738531235) surveys the evolution of Sacramento using a team approach to culling culling
removal of inferior animals from a group of breeding stock. The removal is premature, i.e. before completion of its life span, disposal of an animal from a herd or other group. vintage photos from the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center and the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation. This mix of resources provides an excellent survey of the city's many changes and influences. The Bolinas Museum and the Stinson Beach Historical Society's BOLINAS AND STINSON BEACH (0738528951) deserves ongoing recommendation as an excellent overview of two small nearby towns and the body of water which both separates and links them. It's an isolated, lesser-known part of West Marin This article or section needs copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone and/or spelling.
You can assist by [ editing it] now. which rarely receives its own attention, making this a fine treasure for any who know the town. Bunny Gillespie's DALY CITY Daly City, city (1990 pop. 92,311), San Mateo co., W Calif., a suburb of San Francisco; inc. 1911. Daly City is primarily residential, its population having grown significantly since the 1970s. (07385328676) tells of a suburb of San Francisco San Francisco (săn frănsĭs`kō), city (1990 pop. 723,959), coextensive with San Francisco co., W Calif., on the tip of a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, which are connected by the strait known as the Golden which was built along the road which connected all the Spanish Missions in California The Spanish missions in California (more simply referred to as the California Missions) comprise a series of religious outposts established by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order between 1769 and 1823 to spread the Catholic faith among the local Native Americans. , and today houses its own industrial and residential strengths. While it's always been cosmopolitan, it's also often been seen only in light of being a poor relation to San Francisco's glitter, so a book on its own from the official historian for the city is a welcome coverage. Philip Pezzaglia's RIO VISTA Rio Vista may refer to:
Rancho San Miguel is a Neighborhood in Walnut Creek, California. and was one of the last city districts to be developed: chapters discuss architectural, social and historical influence and gather vintage photos not just from historical archives, but from many a personal collection of longtime residents. Greg Gaar and Ryder W. Miller's SAN FRANCISCO: A NATURAL HISTORY (0738529877) comes from two San Francisco historians dedicated to showing the original nature and natural areas which made up the city's geography. Since most city histories, if not all, exclusively cover urban development, it's a pleasure to see a different approach which considers the city's evolving natural history and landscape changes--including ponds and parklands filled in decades ago. All are essential adds to any comprehensive California history collection.