Special Topics

Sacramento Northern History
The End of the SN - the Chestnut St. Connector
Water and Agriculture
Water - From Private to Public in the East Bay
Industry and Electricity
Industry of the North Coast I - Intro and The Old Bay Point
Industry of the North Coast II - The Rise and Fall of Smith Lumber
Industry of the North Coast III - The Archeology of Burgess' Bridge
Industry of the North Coast IV - Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company
Industry of the North Coast V - Clyde and the Mystique of the Riveter
Industry of the North Coast VI - General Chemical and Turning a Blind Eye at Nichols
Transition Moments in Time in the Bay Area
Mrs. Dixon's Mailbox and Other Saranap Scenes Unraveled
Trestle Glen 1922
Temescal 1948
Two 40th Streets For the Road
Buildings and Homes Cleared for the Freeways
Missing From Chabot Canyon - The Other Maybeck and its Neighbor
Missing From Chabot Canyon - The Reyes Property Line
Missing From Chabot Canyon - Heimbold, MacDonald and Homes West of Roble Road
Missing From Chabot Canyon - The Blossers and the Claremont-Chabot Tract
Northern California Stories
Oroville in the 20th Century - An Electric Railway Arrives
Oroville in the 20th Century - The Second Decade Brings Lumber and Railroad Expansion
Oroville in the 20th Century - Swayne Lumber and Sacramento Northern Passenger Era
Oroville in the 20th Century - The Flood of 1937 and its Aftermath
Oroville in the 20th Century - The Freight Era, Oil Tanks and High Street
Oroville in the 20th Century - The Freight Depot and The Diamond Match Company
Oroville in the 20th Century - A 1950s Trip Through the Main Yard
Oroville in the 20th Century - Epilogue of an Electric Railway
Schools, Parks and Recreation
How We Got to School
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