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Volume 1 #1 – Sacramento, 1853

Volume 1 #2 – Early Sacramento Buildings & SCHS Membership List

Volume 1 #3 – Building the Sacramento Valley Railroad

Volume 1 #4 – Letter from California: September, 1848

Volume 1 #5 – The Coloma Road

Volume 2 #1 – Commerce of the Mines

Volume 2 #1A – Special Edition – Jedediah Smith Memorial

Volume 2 #2 – Centennial Celebration of Sacramento Valley Railroad, 1856

Volume 2 #3 – Sacramento: Her Past and Her Future

Volume 2 #4 – The Letters of Joseph Bennett Chaffee

Volume 3 #1 – Pioneer Families – A Request for Information

Volume 3 #2 – Historical Highlights of the “Greater North Area”

Volume 3 #3 – Pioneer Register

Volume 3 #4 – A Letter from Sacramento, 1850

Volume 4 #1 – 1850 Cholera Epidemic

Volume 4 #2 – Explosion of the Steamer Belle

Volume 4 #3 – How the Golden Poppy was Adopted as California’s State Flower

Volume 4 #4 – Indian Sweat House

Volume 5 #1 – Smith’s Gardens

Volume 5 #2 – Alexander Hamilton Willard, Patriot and Pioneer

Volume 5 #3 – Six Legislative Excerpts Regarding Health, Welfare, Police, Infrastructure, Court System

Volume 5 #4 – Annual Report of the President, 1958-1959

Volume 6 #1 – Sacramento’s Historic Landmarks

Volume 6 #2 – Report on Status of Sacramento Historic Museum

Volume 6 #3 – 1850 Excursion on the Sacramento & Naming the American River

Volume 6 #4 – Coloma Road Marker Dedications

Volume 7 #1 – Chinese in California

Volume 7 #2 – Portraits of the Big Four & Crazy Judah, In Their Own Words

Volume 7 #3 – Sacramento City in Civil War Days

Volume 7 #4 – Burns Slough

Volume 8 #1 – Drake’s Plate of Brass

Volume 8 #2 – The Meaning of History & General Kelley’s Army of 1914

Volume 8 #3 – History Museum Folsom

Volume 8 #4 – Early California Justice: Sacramento’s First Murder Trial

Volume 9 #1 – The Day the Central Pacific Began

Volume 9 #2 – Wells Fargo in Sacramento

Volume 9 #3 – Riverboats

Volume 9 #3A – First in the West

Volume 9 #4 – Crypt of Sacramento’s Founder

Volume 10 #1 – Merry Christmas

Volume 10 #2 – Father of California: Fr. Junipero Serra

Volume 10 #2A – Spring Tour Issue – Our Little Old Lady

Volume 10 #3 – Our Stars

Volume 10 #4 – The Birth of California’s Political Parties

Volume 11 #1 – Our Pioneer Churches

Volume 12 #2 – Sacramento County Historical Society History & Sacramento Firsts

Volume 13 #1 – Voting in California

Volume 13 #2 – Sutter Lake or China Slough

Volume 13 #3 – Fire, Floods & Hoboken

Volume 13 #4 – Theatre Audiences of the Golden Era

Volume 14 #1 – The Reminiscences of Thomas S. Bayley

Volume 14 #2 – John Sutter

Volume 14 #3 – California’s Capitol

Volume 14 #4 – Teachers Examination, 1865-1881

Volume 15 #1 – East Sacramento: A Century Ago

Volume 15 #2 – Sacramento and the First Transcontinental Railroad

Volume 15 #3 – First Train West

Volume 15 #4 – Big Four

Volume 15 #5 – Race Horses on the Rancho Del Paso

Volume 16 #1 – The Tragedy of Moore’s Opera House

Volume 16 #2 & #3 – Carnival of Lights

Volume 16 #4 – Locke

Volume 17 #1 – The Freeport Railroad

Volume 17 #2 – The Capital City Wheelmen

Volume 17 #3 – New Channels for the American River

Volume 17 #4 – Christmas at Sutter’s Fort

Volume 18 #1- Blocks Burned by Fire of 1852

Volume 18 #2 – Fourth of July

Volume 18 #3 & #4 – Fire! Fire! Sacramento’s Volunteer Fire Department 1850-1872

Volume 19 #1 – The Governor’s Mansion

Volume 19 #2 – Families in the Mansion

Volume 19 #3 – August 1973 – The Eagle Theatre

Volume 19 #4 – Railroad Shops 1863-1950

Volume 20 #1 & #2 – The Ill .Starred Washoe

Volume 20 #3 – Sacramento’s Prison Ship 1850-1859

Volume 20 #4 – Going, Going, Gone! Stage Coaching in Sacramento 1851

Volume 21 #1 – Japanese in Sacramento, 1910

Volume 21 #2 – The Wired Wild West

Volume 22 #1 – A Day to Remember: July 4, 1876

Volume 22 #2 – Sacramento Waterfront 1849

Volume 23 #1 – Rhoads School

Volume 23 #2 – The Pony Express Building

Volume 24 #1 – Sacramento Vigilantes, August 1851

Volume 24 #2 – Folsom’s Cultural Oasis

Volume 24 #3 – Miasma in Sacramento

Volume 24 #4 – Clean Water

Volume 25 #1 – A Sacramento Dream

Volume 25 #2 – Scenes in Sacramento 1910-1920

Volume 25 #3 – Dolly Varden et al

Volume 25 #4 – Pacers and Trotters

Volume 26 #1 – Racing on the River

Volume 26 #1A – The “Big Wagons” – 1858

Volume 26 #2 – Excerpts from the Letters of Jonas Winchester

Volume 26 #3 – K Street Landing & the Embarcadero

Volume 26 #4 – Crossing the Sierras in 1868

Volume 27 #1 – Sermons in Stones

Volume 27 #2 – The KKK in Sacramento, 1922

Volume 27 #3 – Chinese Funeral Customs

Volume 27 #4 – Illuminating Sacramento – Wells Fargo and the Sacramento Gas Co.

Volume 28 #1 – California Star

Volume 28 #2 – 1861 Flood

Volume 28 #3 & #4 – The People of the Sacramento Delta

Volume 29 #1 & #2 – Pages from Sacramento’s History

Volume 29 #3 – Shoot Out at Oak Grove

Volume 29 #4 – The Diamond Maker of Sacramento

Volume 30 #1 – Tales of Two Sutters

Volume 30 #2 & #3 – Lincoln Steffens: The Sacramento Years

Volume 30 #4 – Gold Rush Bankers

Volume 31 #1 – Mountains/Molehills

Volume 31 #2 – Sacramento’s Pioneer Patron of Arts: The Edwin Bryant Crocker Family

Volume 31 #3 – The Ships Named Sacramento

Volume 31 #4 – Sacramento’s 1854 City Hall & Waterworks

Volume 32 #1 – David Lubin

Volume 32 #2 – From the Memoirs of James Eaton

Volume 32 #3 – The Murder on Grand Island

Volume 32 #4 – Lobbyist for the Trees: John Muir in Sacramento

Volume 33 #1 – Streetcars

Volume 33 #2 – Sacramento for Tourists

Volume 33 #3 – Sutter’s Journey

Volume 33 #4 – Chrysopolis

Volume 34 #1 – Friendly Trials of Skill – Sacramento Baseball in the 1860s and ’70s

Volume 34 #2 – Sacramento Yesterday

Volume 34 #3 – Sacramento Votes for President

Volume 34 #4 – Women’s Rights and the Capital

Volume 35 #1 – Pathfinders

Volume 35 #2 – Sacramento’s Priorities in the 1950’s

Volume 35 #2A -“ The Governor’s™ Mansion: A Sacramento Landmark

Volume 35 #3 – A. M. Winn

Volume 35 #4 – The Railroad King’s Party

Volume 36 #1 – Sacramento’s Pioneer Patrons of Art: The Edwin Bryant Crocker Family

Volume 36 #1A – Effie Yeaw: A Sketch of Her Life

Volume 36 #2 – Irish Nationalism in Sacramento 1850-1890

Volume 36 #3 – The Story of the Antelope & Of Ships…and Cabbages

Volume 36 # 4 – The Advent of Malaria in California and Oregon in the 1830s

Volume 37 #1 – Sermons in Stones

Volume 37 #2 – The Italians of Sacramento

Volume 37 #3 – The Pioneer Entrepreneur of Folsom

Volume 37 #4 – Glimpses of Early Sacramento: Gold Fields Gateway

Volume 38 #1 – Angels Without Wings: The Scarcity of Women in Pioneer Sacramento

Volume 38 #2 – Sacramento’s Golden Decade of Movie-Making

Volume 38 #3 & #4 – The Squatters Riot

Volume 39 #1 & #2 – Hoovervilles and the Homeless in Sacramento

Volume 39 #3 & #4 – Folsom Prison

Volume 40 #1 – Taber Manuscript

Volume 40 #2 – What Happened to China Slough?

Volume 40 #3 – The Federal Arts Project in Sacramento: 1937-1941

Volume 40 #4 – Growing Up in Florin

Volume 41 #1 – Felix Tracy: Sacramento’s Veteran Expressman

Volume 41 #2 – Prostitution

Volume 42 #1, #2 & #3 – Gold Mining at Negro Bar

Volume 42 #4 – Mixed Personalities: Wells Fargo & Co.’s Agents in Early Sacramento

Volume 43 #1 & #2 – A History of the Man and the Park

Volume 43 #3 – Headstones of the Gold Rush Era: Sculpting Masterpieces in Marble

Volume 43 #4 – Shovels, Stones and Old Bones: A First for the Sacramento Junior College

Volume 44 #1 – A Day Closer to the Mines: Sacramento as an Express Hub

Volume 44 #2 – Sacramento Women Past & Present

Volume 44 #3 & #4 – Letter of a Pioneer Daughter – Ella Perry Stockton Day

Volume 45 #1 – Ungraded School No. 2: The African American Struggle for Education in Victorian Sacramento

Volume 45 #3 – The 1849 Gold Rush to California

Volume 46 #1 – Cholera & Other Plagues of the Gold Rush

Volume 46 #2 – A History of Sacramento’s Flour Mill Industry

Volume 24 #3 – Miasma in Sacramento

Volume 24 #4 – Clean Water

Volume 25 #1 – A Sacramento Dream

Volume 25 #2 – Scenes in Sacramento 1910-1920

Volume 25 #3 – Dolly Varden et al

Volume 25 #4 – Pacers and Trotters

Volume 26 #1 – Racing on the River

Volume 26 #1A – The “Big Wagons” – 1858

Volume 26 #2 – Excerpts from the Letters of Jonas Winchester

Volume 26 #3 – K Street Landing & the Embarcadero

Volume 26 #4 – Crossing the Sierras in 1868

Volume 27 #1 – Sermons in Stones

Volume 27 #2 – The KKK in Sacramento, 1922

Volume 27 #3 – Chinese Funeral Customs

Volume 27 #4 – Illuminating Sacramento – Wells Fargo and the Sacramento Gas Co.

Volume 28 #1 – California Star

Volume 28 #2 – 1861 Flood

Volume 28 #3 & #4 – The People of the Sacramento Delta

Volume 29 #1 & #2 – Pages from Sacramento’s History

Volume 29 #3 – Shoot Out at Oak Grove

Volume 29 #4 – The Diamond Maker of Sacramento

Volume 30 #1 – Tales of Two Sutters

Volume 30 #2 & #3 – Lincoln Steffens: The Sacramento Years

Volume 30 #4 – Gold Rush Bankers

Volume 31 #1 – Mountains/Molehills

Volume 31 #2 – Sacramento’s Pioneer Patron of Arts: The Edwin Bryant Crocker Family

Volume 31 #3 – The Ships Named Sacramento

Volume 31 #4 – Sacramento’s 1854 City Hall & Waterworks

Volume 32 #1 – David Lubin

Volume 32 #2 – From the Memoirs of James Eaton

Volume 32 #3 – The Murder on Grand Island

Volume 32 #4 – Lobbyist for the Trees: John Muir in Sacramento

Volume 33 #1 – Streetcars

Volume 33 #2 – Sacramento for Tourists

Volume 33 #3 – Sutter’s Journey

Volume 33 #4 – Chrysopolis

Volume 34 #1 – Friendly Trials of Skill – Sacramento Baseball in the 1860s and ’70s

Volume 34 #2 – Sacramento Yesterday

Volume 34 #3 – Sacramento Votes for President

Volume 34 #4 – Women’s Rights and the Capital

Volume 35 #1 – Pathfinders

Volume 35 #2 – Sacramento’s Priorities in the 1950’s

Volume 35 #2A -“ The Governor’s™ Mansion: A Sacramento Landmark

Volume 35 #3 – A. M. Winn

Volume 35 #4 – The Railroad King’s Party

Volume 36 #1 – Sacramento’s Pioneer Patrons of Art: The Edwin Bryant Crocker Family

Volume 36 #1A – Effie Yeaw: A Sketch of Her Life

Volume 36 #2 – Irish Nationalism in Sacramento 1850-1890

Volume 36 #3 – The Story of the Antelope & Of Ships…and Cabbages

Volume 36 # 4 – The Advent of Malaria in California and Oregon in the 1830s

Volume 37 #1 – Sermons in Stones

Volume 37 #2 – The Italians of Sacramento

Volume 37 #3 – The Pioneer Entrepreneur of Folsom

Volume 37 #4 – Glimpses of Early Sacramento: Gold Fields Gateway

Volume 38 #1 – Angels Without Wings: The Scarcity of Women in Pioneer Sacramento

Volume 38 #2 – Sacramento’s Golden Decade of Movie-Making

Volume 38 #3 & #4 – The Squatters Riot

Volume 39 #1 & #2 – Hoovervilles and the Homeless in Sacramento

Volume 39 #3 & #4 – Folsom Prison

Volume 40 #1 – Taber Manuscript

Volume 40 #2 – What Happened to China Slough?

Volume 40 #3 – The Federal Arts Project in Sacramento: 1937-1941

Volume 40 #4 – Growing Up in Florin

Volume 41 #1 – Felix Tracy: Sacramento’s Veteran Expressman

Volume 41 #2 – Prostitution

Volume 42 #1, #2 & #3 – Gold Mining at Negro Bar

Volume 42 #4 – Mixed Personalities: Wells Fargo & Co.’s Agents in Early Sacramento

Volume 43 #1 & #2 – A History of the Man and the Park

Volume 43 #3 – Headstones of the Gold Rush Era: Sculpting Masterpieces in Marble

Volume 43 #4 – Shovels, Stones and Old Bones: A First for the Sacramento Junior College

Volume 44 #1 – A Day Closer to the Mines: Sacramento as an Express Hub

Volume 44 #2 – Sacramento Women Past & Present

Volume 44 #3 & #4 – Letter of a Pioneer Daughter – Ella Perry Stockton Day

Volume 45 #1 – Ungraded School No. 2: The African American Struggle for Education in Victorian Sacramento

Volume 45 #3 – The 1849 Gold Rush to California

Volume 46 #1 – Cholera & Other Plagues of the Gold Rush

Volume 46 #2 – A History of Sacramento’s Flour Mill Industry

Volume 65 #1 -- Brighton

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