Is global warming just a natural event?
What are the possible effects of global warming? Read this book to learn more about the global warming debate and to start forming your own opinions. What causes pollution?
How does pollution affect the environment? Why should we care about pollution?
Read this book to find out more about the social, environmental, and economic issues related to pollution and what you can do about it. Discover over , photographs, documents, letters, artwork, diaries, Collections on Calisphere have been digitized and contributed by all ten campuses of the University of California and other important libraries, archives, and museums throughout the state.
History Research: California & Bay Area - Web Links
Searchable by county, type of site, and more. Currently includes of sites around the state. California Historical Society Gallery, library, exhibitions.. Chinese Historical Society of America Located at Clay Street, San Francisco, Phone: , the Society is one of the oldest and largest organizations dedicated to the study, documentation, and dissemination of Chinese American history.
The Chinese in California, About 8, images and pages of primary source materials that describe the experiences of Chinese immigrants in California. Materials include photographs, original art, cartoons and other illustrations; letters, excerpts from diaries, business records, and legal documents; as well as pamphlets, broadsides, speeches, sheet music, and other printed matter.
Cliff House Brief, illustrated history of the San Francisco landmark.
From the Western Neighborhoods Project. Chronicle 20 December Digger Archives A historical commentary from the perspective of the Diggers, a San Francisco "anarchist guerilla street theater group that challenged the emerging Counterculture of the Sixties The Fillmore Museum A history of a San Francisco neighborhood and some of the people who have lived or visited there. Includes a report of Allen Ginsberg's first public reading of his poem "Howl" and information about the district's role in the post-World War II jazz scene. News Service. To commemorate the centennial of that historic disaster, the University of California-Berkeley and Stanford University will present a series of lectures on the history of the earthquake and how to cope with major seismic events in the future.go to site
San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, The: A History Perspectives Book (15)
The lecture series begins with a presentation by Kevin Starr, California state librarian, emeritus, and professor of history at the University of Southern California. Six other lectures will be held between October and March All of the presentations will begin at p. Stanford sponsors of the lecture series are the John A.
For directions and more information about the lectures, call Racquel Hagen at the Blume Earthquake Engineering Center at or e-mail her at racquelh stanford.