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California's Central Valley


Bitter Melon: Inside America's Last Rural Chinese Town - Jeff Gillenkirk and James Motlow
$21.95
Chinese immigrants built a large part of California, providing a workforce for the railroads, mines, and farms. This is the powerful story of Locke, a... More

Fresno's Architectural Past - Janice Stevens
$26.95
Fresno's Architectural Past is noted local artist Pat Hunter's unique and stimulating homage to the landmark buildings of Fresno, California. Pat's subjects... More

Fresno's Architectural Past, Volume II - Janice Stevens
$26.95
In this volume Pat continues to bring Fresno’s history to life through the images and history of remarkable buildings. Included are the Fresno County... More

The Heartland's Heritage: An illustrated history of Fresno County - Catherine M. Rehart
$39.95
Travel through Fresno County's spectacular mountains and rivers and its valley blessed with fertile soil - the richest agricultural land in the world. The... More

A Rocky Road: the pilgrimage of the grape - Charles W. Bonner
$11.95
More than a historical chronicle of famous vineyards or a how-to primer on packing procedures and aging. Thanks to the sensitivity and expertise of the... More

William Saroyan: places in time - Janice Stevens
$26.95
A biographical survey of the signature places and locales that were part of the great writer's world. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful, expressive... More

Valley's Legends & Legacies, Volume IV - Catherine Morison Rehart
$18.95
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The breadth and depth of Central California history chronicled in the Valley's Legends & Legacies six volume series is a testament to the power of... More

Clovis - Images of America
$21.99
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In the late 1800s, Clovis M. Cole purchased large tracts of land in California's San Joaquin Valley with the intent to farm wheat. Marcus... More

Fresno - Postcard History Series - John Reynolds and Michael J. Semas
$21.99
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Fresno was founded in 1872 in the middle of the vast, fertile San Joaquin Valley and quickly became the financial and social center of California. From the... More

Shaver, Huntington and Hume Lakes
$21.99
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The Sierra Nevada of Fresno County is rich in natural resources. Logging operations of the 19th century built dams and millponds, such as Hume Lake, sawmills, railroads, and two of the longest flumes in the world. In the 20th century, the Southern California Edison Company began the massive Big Creek Hydroelectric Project. It resulted in the creation of several lakes, including Shaver and Huntington, and a series of powerhouses for hydroelectric power. These lakes provided new venues for fishing and boating. Included here are epic stories told with historical postcards of logging, electricity, and leisure in the Central Sierra Nevada within Fresno County.

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