"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..
"Eye On The Bay" host Brian Hackney interviews local historian Jerry Bowen at the site of the old town of Cement. Cement was a company town that operated near Fairfield, CA from 1902 to 1927, which produced most of the portland cement used for area bridges and buildings..
KXTV Channel 10 Special Segment on Solano County hosted by News 10 Anchor Dick Cable in 1987. A look inside the Suisun Bay Mothball Fleet of old battleships. Most of these ships were used in World War II as well as in Vietnam. The ships were called "Victory Ships" and were used mostly for troop and cargo transports. [...]
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..
KXTV Channel 10 Special Segment on Solano County hosted by News 10 Anchor Dick Cable in 1987. A report on how some development in Fairfield is taking away rich farmland. Developers agreed that preserving some open space is essential for farmland and higher property values. Interviewed Guests Included: Walnut Farmer Craig McNamara, Fruit Farmer Vince Valine, Developer Bill Saks..
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