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An Almanac of California
An Independent History Site
|Archives of California|
A collection of official texts, statistics, maps, and links
for those researching California state government and it's history.
|The California Reader|
Eyewitness accounts, folk songs, old advertisements,
photographs, and vintage postcards.
Subjects covered include earthquakes, the Gold Rush,
citrus, lighthouses, notable tourist attractions,
grizzly bears, burros, and more.
A helpful tool for teachers, parents,
and students researching California History.
The only Mission site with a complete chronology,
lists of the Presidents-General of the Missions,
vintage pictures of all twenty one missions,
advice for constructing a mission model,
and travel information.
Can you meet the challenge?
See how much you know about California,
it's history, and it's people.
Many have tried, but few reach the end....
Weather and climate information for major California cities
and other popular destinations.
Includes information about recent earthquakes.
|Chronology of State History|
An outline history of the Golden State
from the first explorers to the present day.
|Come to California!|
A rich guide to state sights.
Use our travel agency to go anywhere in the world!
|Emperor Norton's Argonaut|
A irregularly maintained ezine with news feeds
and feature articles by Joel GAzis-SAx.
|Emperor Norton's Archive|
The most complete account of San Francisco's most beloved lunatic.
The only site which separates the myth from the man
and still finds plenty to love.
|California News Wire|