Berkeley 1900: Daily Life at the Turn of the Century has captivated readers with its unprecedented blend of serious history, fascinating images, and heartfelt storytelling. Its eyewitness accounts and unique views of Berkely a hundred years past show how profoundly the landscape, culture, economy, and social values of modern Berkeley have been shaped by what came before, making it the definitive account of a pivotal time in the life of one of America’s most beloved cities.
Author: Mel Freilicher
In The Encyclopedia of Rebels, Mel Freilicher continues his lifelong engagement with the intersections between history, fantasy, and memoir. The narrator throughout is a college teacher and community activist struggling …$ 13.95 Add to cart
Author: Max Kurillo
The California Franciscan missions comprise of a series of 22 religious missions (outposts) founded between 769 and 1832. The Franciscan missions examined in this book are located in the land …$ 18.95 Add to cart