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by East Contra Costa Historical Society,Carol A. Jensen

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Author:
East Contra Costa Historical Society,Carol A. Jensen
ISBN13:
978-0738547749
ISBN:
0738547743
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Arcadia Publishing (September 12, 2007)
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Americas
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Since 1841, East Contra Costa County has been a grain and fruit basket to the world, a recreational playground for resort living, and a home for health and family life.

Since 1841, East Contra Costa County has been a grain and fruit basket to the world, a recreational playground for resort living, and a home for health and family life. Its wheat was exported for brewing Guinness beer, and fresh apricots, peaches, and cherries still bring produce fanciers for summer harvest.

In these pages, Carol A. Jensen, a member of East Contra Costa Historical Society, presents the . Maritime Contra Costa County provides a fresh perspective on the intertwined histories of San Francisco and its other coast. Series: Images of America. Jensen, a member of East Contra Costa Historical Society, presents the county’s vibrant maritime history. She presents images drawn from the Library of Congress, California State Library, San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection, Contra Costa County archives, and important local historical society collections. Herein we experience in vintage photographs this region’s impact on significant California events.

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The History Society is open Saturday, Dec 7, about as historical a date as you'll find in American history. Come down and do some holiday shopping. We have over fifty different local books, 200 plus histories from out of the area and even books that would make perfect stocking stuffers. AND we'll have trading cards of Contra Costans Joe DiMaggio, Lefty Gomez, Matt Biondi, Natalie Coughlin, Kiko Garcia, Dave Brubeck, Alex Sanchez, Amani Toomer, Drew Bennett, Brent Barry, Robert Stephenson and Claudell Washington all only two bucks each.

Contra Costa County is a county in the state of California in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,049,025. The county seat is Martinez. It occupies the northern portion of the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, and is primarily suburban. The county's name is Spanish for "opposite coast", referring to its position on the other side of the bay from San Francisco. Contra Costa County is included in the San Francisco–Oakland–Berkeley, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Since 1841, East Contra Costa County has been a grain and fruit basket to the world, a recreational . Carol A. Jensen, East Contra Costa Historical Society. Weekenders houseboat, wakeboard, and fish through the region's thousands of miles of delta waterways.

Read "East Contra Costa County" by Carol A. Jensen . This sentimental history of the communities of Brentwood, Bethel Island . This sentimental history of the communities of Brentwood, Bethel Island, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, and Oakley reveals the importance of these California Delta communities in settling and developing the Golden State.

Find nearly any book by East Contra Costa Historical Society. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Carol A. ISBN 9780738558257 (978-0-7385-5825-7) Softcover, Arcadia Publishing, 2008.

Prepared for Contra Costa County and the Contra Costa Watershed. What can the past teach us about designing future landscapes? The Napa Valley Historical Ecology Atlas explores these questions by taking readers on a dazzling visual tour of Napa Valley from the early 1800s onward-a forgotten land of brilliant wildflower fields, lush wetlands, and grand oak savannas.

Ho for California! The terminus of the first overland immigrant pack train destined for California was John Marsh's adobe, Brentwood. Since 1841, East Contra Costa County has been a grain and fruit basket to the world, a recreational playground for resort living, and a home for health and family life. Its wheat was exported for brewing Guinness beer, and fresh apricots, peaches, and cherries still bring produce fanciers for summer harvest. Weekenders houseboat, wakeboard, and fish through the region's thousands of miles of delta waterways. This sentimental history of the communities of Brentwood, Bethel Island, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, and Oakley reveals the importance of these California Delta communities in settling and developing the Golden State.