M. Clyde Low hosts "California Indians and the Mission Experience." Produced at Solano Community College in 1993, this program includes the following information: A Native American symposium held in 1992, The impact of Missions on California Indians, and a tour of the Historic Martin/Suisun park sites
KXTV Channel 10 Special Segment on Solano County hosted by News 10 Anchor Dick Cable in 1987. Rockville and Suisun Valley were highlighted with the help of Clyde Low and Kitty Curry. The following locations were showcased: Baldwin Stone Barn, Barbour House, Dingley Mill, Ramsey Farmhouse, Rockville Inn, Rockville Corners, Rockville Stone Chappel, Rockville Cemetery, Rock Walls, Stonedene Mansion, and the gravesite of Granville Perry Swift..
"Eye On The Bay" host Brian Hackney interviews local historian Jerry Bowen and Gordene Pienovi at the site of the Santa Eulalia Mission in Suisun Valley. Santa Eulalia is considered to be one of the lost, original California Missions..
This report is concerned with the status of historic sites and places located in the Central Solano County Planning Area. which includes generally the communities of Fairfield, Suisun City, Green Valley, Suisun Valley, Rockville and Cordelia. When we use terms in this report such as "the Fairfield area," "the planning area" or "the area" we are actually referring collectively to all of these communities in central Solano County. This report is submitted to the Fairfield City Planning Commission to implement recommendations of the Open Space Plan and ConservatIon Element of the Central Solano County General Plan..
December 1988 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: St. Gertrude's Academy in Rio Vista 1876-1930, St. Joseph's Academy, Reflections from the Past by Sumi Okahara, From There to Here - The Evolution of Stonedene, Blue Mountain Joint School - The Story of a Rural One Room School by M. [...]
May 1988 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: Granville Swift - California Pioneer by M. Clyde Low, The Suisun School Journal by Lee Fountain, Aristocracy in Ashes by Charlene Erwin, A Ceremony of Fortune - Dona Maria Francisca Filipa Benicia Carillo De Vallejo by Charlene Erwin, Beautiful Days of Yesteryear by Evelyn Lockie, The Chinese Temple in Vacaville by Marilyn Baldwin, Oar Power and Sail - A Brief History of the Vallejo Yacht Club - continued from last issue by C. Thomas Hosley, and a welcome message by Henry Higham, SCHS President..
May 1987 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: Green Valley - by an anonymous author who describes his walk through Green Valley in 1879, The Legislature in Vallejo by Lee Fountain, The Incredible Train Ferry Solano by Charlene Erwin, Judge Randall Retires by Matthew Fountain, George Dingley and the Early Mills of Solano by M. Clyde Low, Sperry Flour Mill by Ernest Wichels and Matthew Fountain, and a welcome message by Sue Lemmon, SCHS President..
Created by the Index of American Design for the WPA Federal Art Project Circa 1940. This map shows the location of the 21 California Missions - San Rafael Arcangle, San Jose de Guadalupe, Santa Cruz, San Carlos de Borromeo, San Antonio de Padua, San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, Santa Ines, San Buenaventura, San Gabriel Arcangel, San Juan Capistrano, San Diego de Alcala, San Luis Rey de Francia, San Fernando Rey de Espana, Santa Barbara, La Purisima Concepcion, San Miguel Arcangel, Nuestro Senora de la Soledad, San Juan Bautista, Santa Clara de Assisi, San Francisco de Assis, and San Francisco Solano. Models of these missions are on display at the Cline Cellars Missions Museum in Sonoma, CA. www.californiamissionsmuseum.com