Californian Magazine published by the California History Center & Foundation

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Number 45

June 2017 - Mystery of the "Golden Spur"

Director's Report
Unraveling history by Tom Izu

Audrey Edna Butcher Civil Liberties Initiative
CHC collaborates on grant with Japanese American Museum of San José
New Civil Liberties Scholarship for De Anza Students

Mystery of the "Golden Spur" 
by Anwar Ali-Ahmad

The Hindoo-German Conspiracy: Aspiration vs. Hegemony
a series of articles by Suruchi Mohan

At the Center

Membership
At the Center Highlights
Spring Classes


Number 44

February 2017 - The Lost Mexicans of Bastanchury Ranch

Director's Report
 The only thing certain is change by Tom Izu

Audrey Edna Butcher Civil Liberties Initiative
 Internment of Japanese Americans not a precedent

The Lost Mexicans of Bastanchury Ranch 
 by Gustavo Arellano

The Emergence of Unconstitutional Deportation and Repatriation of Mexicans and Mexican Americans as a Public Issue
 by Francisco E. Balderrama

At the Center

Silicon Valley archives crawl
A Taste of History
Lawrence Coates presents his latest book
Winter Exhibit: A Woman's Fight: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Membership
Winter Classes


Number 43

October 2016 - John Heinlen's Legacy: Chinatown and Japantown, San José

Director's Report
 Eyeing the edges of history by Tom Izu

Audrey Edna Butcher Civil Liberties Initiative
 The role of protest in our country's development

John Heinlen's Legacy: Chinatown and Japantown, San José 
 by Connie Young Yu

Surviving to Greatness
 by Suruchi Mohan

At the Center

Staff member attends Western Archives Institute
Membership
Fall Classes


Number 42

May 2016 - Reflections on water and the Santa Clara Valley's bounty 

Director's Report
 Our history is in the details by Tom Izu

Civil Liberties
 Recapping winter quarter events

Reflection on water & the Valley's bounty
 by Lauren Smith Keenan

At the Center

At the Center Highlights
Membership
In Memoriam: Chatham Forbes, Sr.
Spring Classes


Number 41

March 2016 - History through the grapevine

Director's Report.
 All the history that fits by Tom Izu

Civil Liberties.
 The irony of passing Proposition 187
 by Angelica Aldana

Enduring wineries
 by Suruchi Mohan

Oil! A social history of Southern California
 by John Ahouse and Lauren Coodley

At the Center

At the Center Highlights
 Los Gatos Ballet at The Trianon
 Scenes from Taste of History, October 24, 2015
Membership
Winter classes


Number 40

October 2015 - Hawai'i on Stage

Director's Report
 The fulcrum of history by Tom Izu

Civil Liberties
 Audrey Edna Butcher Civil Liberties Education Initiative's first student intern

Hawai'i on Stage: Strum…and Stress in Paradise
 an excerpt from Charles Garrett's "Sounds of Paradise," Chapter 5

Filipino Labor Leader Itliong: Rooted in Struggle
 by Noemi Teppang

At the Center

At the Center Highlights
Fall Exhibit: #TUTU
Film Screening of "Wampler's Ascent"
Membership
Fall Classes


Number 39

April 2015 - Values in the Landscape. Suburban Creeks of the Northwestern Santa Clara Valley

Director's Report
 Home Waters by Tom Izu

Civil Liberties
 Remembering Civil Liberties: an Interactive Public Art Fence

Values in the Landscape: Suburban Creeks of the Northwestern Santa Clara Valley
 by Buck Melton

"One Raindrop in Adobe Creek"
 by Josephine W. Duveneck

 At the Center

At the Center Highlights
photographs from Events and Exhibits at the CHC
Membership
Spring classes


Number 38

February 2015 - 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Director's Report
 Looking backward while moving forward by Tom Izu

The 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition
 by Doris O. Vidakovits

San Francisco's Chinatown and the Exposition

Additional Thoughts from the Editor on the Exposition

At the Center

Moments from the "Taste of History"
Membership
Winter classes


Number 37

October 2014 - Roots & Offshoots. The Blossoming of Silicon Valley's Art Community

Director's Report
 Exploring local history through the right for civil liberties by Tom Izu

Roots & Offshoots. The Blossoming of Silicon Valley's Art Community
 by Jan Rindfleisch

I Am the Rice & Beans Kid
 by Juan Felipe Herrera, California Poet Laureate

At the Center

Spring Quarter Highlights
In Memoriam: Margaret Wozniak
Membership
Spring classes


Number 35

May 2013 - Women in the Chicano Movement

Director's Report
 Two tools with the same goal: preservation by Tom Izu

Women in the Chicano Movement: Grassroots Activism in San José
 by Nannette Regua

Digging History
 by Taye Marshall

At the Center

'Lens' Opening Draws a Crowd
Honoring a beloved Faculty Member: Thelma Epstein
In Memoriam: James Feng, Audrey Butcher, Dr. Robert Smithwick,
 Willys Peck, Huell Howser
On the Way ... "Digging to Common Ground," a book in progress
Membership
Spring Classes


Number 34

January 2013 - Serbian Jackson. Amador County from Gold Rush days to modern times

Director's Report
 History is dead, long live history! by Tom Izu

Serbian Jackson. Amador County from Gold Rush days to modern times
 by Milina Jovanović

Oral History: Christina Stojanovich

Oral History: Sylvia Krzich

Oral History: Mike Backovich, Sr.

At the Center

A "Taste of History" gets a glimpse of the future
Meet Jennifer Henderson
Membership
Winter classes


Volume 31, Number 1

January 2010 - Sarah Winchester's California Dream

Director's Report
 Rebirth of the Cottage and Community History for All – except RODENTS! by Tom Izu

History Center courses for Winter 2010

Sarah Winchester's California Dream
 by Mary Jo Ignoffo

At the Center

The Impact of "Film" at the California History Center: Historical Time Traveling
 by Carol Cini
CHCF Scholarship Winners
Membership


Volume 29, Number 1

October 2007 - Burden & Bonus: A Case Study of Historic Preservation and Demolition at De Anza College

Director's Report
 Making Things Relevant by Tom Izu

History Center courses for Fall 2007

Burden & Bonus: A Case Study of Historic Preservation and Demolition at De Anza College
 by Mary Jo Ignoffo

Foundation Notes
 Work on campus "Historic Corridor" to begin
 Cupertino Historical Society and Museum meets CHCF

Membership

Oral History Project


Volume 28, Number 2

February 2007 - Legends, Landscapes and Wisdom: An Interview with Author Darryl Babe Wilson

Director's Report
 Landscapes, Knowledge, Dreams, and Local History? by Tom Izu

Membership

History Center courses for Spring 2007

Legends, Landscapes and Wisdom: An Interview with Author Darryl Babe Wilson
 by Nancy Olsen and Tom Izu

Nettye Goddard's 50 Years of Civic Engagement
 by Cozetta Guinn

In Memoriam: Dr. Walter G. Warren II 


Volume 11, Number 2

December 1989 - Drawbridge, A Railroad Ghost Town

Director's Report
 Over 200 Years of Wine Growing in Santa Clara County by James C Williams

History Center courses for Winter 1990

Drawbridge
 by Bruce MacGregor

Heritage and Preservation: Reflections on the 1989 Earthquake
 by James C Williams

Foundation Notes
 De Anza Eyes Cultural Center, by Ward Winslow
 Remember the California History Center Foundation in Your Will

Membership


Volume 9, Number 2

December 1987 - Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region

 Director's Report
 "Chinese Gold" at the History Center by James Williams

History Center courses for Winter 1988

Of Sharks, Shiners and Stereotypes: The Chinese Fishermen in Central California
 by Sandy Lydon

Preserving Culture in Foreign Lands

Tye Leung Schulze: a heroine among Bay Area Women
 by Ken Wong

Foundation Notes

Foundation Donors

Foundation Membership

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