Golden Gate Metropolis: Perspectives on Bay Area History
Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, 1985 - History - 380 pages
Essays on the history of the San Francisco region include discussions of prehistoric culture, the Gold Rush, immigrants, colleges, and regional government
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