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Donaldina Cameron by Linda Harris Sittig

During the late 1840s when the California Gold Rush lured thousands of would-be miners to the West, San Francisco was a wild town of narrow alleyways, hilly streets, and an infamous section called Chinatown. While some men like Levi Strauss … Continue reading

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Judith Goodman and the Pioneer Women of Big Sur by Linda Harris Sittig

The women who helped to settle the wild coastline that hugs the Santa Lucia Mountains in Monterey County, California came from many different backgrounds. They trickled in over the course of different eras, but were all bound by a love … Continue reading

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