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History and Heritage in Collinsville, CA

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Somersville, CA

The rubbled site of Somersville is all that remains of one of a handful of coal-mining camps that sprouted up... history.rootsweb


Antioch Historical Society Museum in Antioch, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory...


This plaque commemorates 140 continuous years of Masonry in Antioch and the 100th anniversary of this building. The b...


Bank of America

Pittsburg, CA

The First National Bank Building was designed by E.L. Norberg and built by G.H. Fields & Co. in 1921. In January 1927...


Gone are the days when steelworkers in the rolling mill toiled in extreme heat, catching red-hot steel rods equipped ...


In 1892 Contra Costa County named Black Diamond Way, and maintained it as a road until 1982. (Locally it was also kno...


The Cannery Lady

Antioch, CA

In the early 19th century many canneries operated throughout California. The rich agricultural and fishing areas of e...


Built in 1923, this brick building was the home of the Coast Counties Gas and Electric Company which provided utiliti...


In Remembrance of the Injustice Caused by the Federal Relocation of Italians in America During World War II From Febr...


The Hump

Suisun City, CA

Here between 1942 and 1948, the painted ladies serviced the needs of our men from Travis AFB. Closed by the order of ...


In 1869 John Bird constructed a wharf and warehouse on Montezuma Slough. Soon, one mile east of the wharf, a communit...


This Plaque commemorates the arrival of the first settlers in Antioch. September 16, 1850 Led by Captain George W. Ki...


Western Railway Museum

Suisun City, CA

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The Visitors and Archives Center has paved and striped parking with ADA accessible spots, and plenty of bus and RV parking. V...


Uss Lucid

Oakley, CA

The second Lucid (AM-458) was laid down by Higgins Inc. Shipyard, New Orleans, La., 16 March 1953, and la...


All of the buildings on the complex are built of native California sandstone quarried right off the site. Their...


In 1849, Joseph Fischer, a Swiss immigrant, came to Benicia. After joining a butcher partnership, Fischer purchased t...


Clock Tower

Port Costa, CA

The first stone fortress in the far west. Originally had two towers, but following an accidental explosure in 1912, i...

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