Tag: delta history

Rich Turner

Towers of Power

This 1,549 feet tall structure drastically improved the reception of the three major television stations in the Sacramento market in 1962. With newer and higher towers

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David Stuart

Paradise Lost

An Indigenous History Timeline for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta For thousands of years, Indigenous people lived in the heartland of California, where the Sacramento Valley

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Rich Hanner

A Museum Like No Other

Dai Loy Gambling Hall in Locke Catered to Men Who Helped Build the Delta Step into the Dai Loy Museum in Locke, and you find

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Carol A. Jensen

A True Delta Country Legend

Knightsen, East Contra Costa County By Doreen Pierce Forlow and Carol A. Jensen Knightsen township is located in unincorporated east Contra Costa County along the

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Doreen Forlow

The Walker

Tonight’s Destination – Sonja’s Tavern –Fiction– She walks the farm roads and roadsides around Knightsen on land named after the pioneer family, Veale. As is

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David Stuart

Deep History of the Delta

Clarksburg is a picturesque Delta village on the Sacramento River, about 15 miles downriver (south) from the Sacramento waterfront. It nestles on the west (Yolo

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Cyndy Green

Stephens Boat Reunion

Celebrating 100th Birthday of Dick Stephens Stephens Brothers Boats is an iconic name in classic wooden boats. On the weekend of September 12th, what is

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Tod Ruhstaller

Little Trunk of Horrors

Although one of Stockton’s most intriguing court cases took place 114 years ago, it had all the elements that make today’s cable news networks salivate:

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