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Weber era in Stockton history

George Peter Hammond

Weber era in Stockton history

by George Peter Hammond

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Published by Issued for Friends of the Bancroft Library, University of California in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Stockton (Calif.),
  • California,
  • Stockton
    • Subjects:
    • Weber, Charles David Maria, 1814-1881.,
    • Pioneers -- California -- Stockton -- Biography.,
    • Stockton (Calif.) -- History.,
    • Stockton (Calif.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 161-170.

      Statementby George P. Hammond.
      ContributionsBancroft Library. Friends.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF869.S8 W4227 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 170 p. :
      Number of Pages170
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3515601M
      LC Control Number82083444

      - History of San Joaquin Cty. Calif. w/ Biographical Sketches od the Leading Men & Women George H. Tinkham   Stockton History (by The City of Stockton) History of Stockton by George H. Tinkham (Google Books) NDGW - Index to the Roster of California Pioneers Works of Hubert Bancroft - California History - Scanned Vols (1st Hand History - via Wayback Machine) Index to California Pioneers in the Works of Hubert Bancroft* ().

      The prehistoric artifacts suggest that the Weber Avenue site belongs to what archaeologists call the Middle to Late Period (2, years ago - 1, years ago). This was a time when people hunted and fished for a wide variety of mammals, birds, and river creatures such as salmon and shellfish. The Weber Era in Stockton History. Berkeley, CA: Friends of the Bancroft Library, * Hardeman, Nicholas Perkins. Harbor of the heartlands: a history of the inland seaport of Stockton, California, from the Gold Rush to Stockton, CA: Holt-Atherton Center for Western Studies, * .

      The Weber Era in Stockton History. Berkeley: Issued for the Friends of the Bancroft Library, University of California, The Filipinos in America, – A Chronology and Fact Book. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana, Google Scholar. Brief outline: In , Captain Charles Weber donated a parcel of land on the north bank of the Stockton Channel, near Miner and Hunter Streets, to Ryhim Ahoovim (Beloved Friends), a Jewish Benevolent Society later to become our congregation.; In , Congregation Ryhim Ahoovim dedicated its first synagogue in congregation has the distinction of being one of the three oldest.


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Weber era in Stockton history. Berkeley, Calif.: Issued for Friends of the Bancroft Library, University of California, (OCoLC) Named Person: Charles David Maria Weber; Charles David Maria Weber: Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

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She also taught a community course “Stockton’s Golden Era: A Source of Identity and Pride” at the University of the Pacific for several years. Inshe was the recipient of the City of Stockton’s Charles Weber Award for extraordinary achievement in preserving Stockton Author: Alice Van Ommeren.

She also taught a community course “Stockton’s Golden Era: A Source of Identity and Pride” at the University of the Pacific for several years. Inshe was the recipient of the City of Stockton’s Charles Weber Award for extraordinary achievement in preserving Stockton’s cultural heritage.

Historically, Stockton seldom missed an opportunity to miss an opportunity, says a monumental new draft history, “Competing Voices: A Critical History of Stockton, California.” In. Sperry Union Mill Warehouse - W. Weber Ave- Constructed in the s through This building is from an era when Stockton was a major milling and international shipping center for grain.

Built in stages, it was first occupied by the Granger co-operative union as one of its Eureka Warehouses. People in other parts of Stockton, especially those living in the more affluent north, called it just plain “skid row.” For most of its recent history Stockton has been divided north and south, the dividing line, according to many historians, being ironically Weber Avenue, named for the city’s founder, Charles M.

Weber. A German immigrant, Charles M. Weber, who had acquired o acres through a Mexican land grant, founded Stockton in Captain Weber tried gold mining but realized opportunities lay in providing for gold seekers from all over the world. The Weber Era in Stockton history by Hammond, George Peter A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

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At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Rating: % positive. Therefore, Engh's book signing was a perfect complement to the Festival of Trees, which largely centers on reproducing the holiday practices of Weber's era. Julia Weber was the daughter of the founder of Stockton, Capt.

Charles M. Weber. It is his family's heirlooms that make up much of the county museum's collection, Engh said. Under Captain Weber's instructions a joint stock company was now organized, known as the Stockton Mining Company.

The word Stockton was used for the first time, Weber selecting the name because of his great admiration for Commodore Robert F. Stockton, the naval commander-in-chief and governor of California during the Mexican company was organized for the purpose of carrying on a.

Weber created some pretty funky designs during the era and each one was built around the much-loved dome shape with rounded bowl. George Stephen Snr. had always been a man with a big idea, but with one particular business idea, even he thought he may have bitten off more than he could chew.

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by George Peter Hammond, Dale Lowell Morgan online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. About this Item: Trafford Publishing, Canada, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English.

Brand new Book. This is the story of an actual, real life little girl, America Kelsey, who accompanied her parents and siblings on a rugged wagon trip from their home in Missouri in the 's to settle in California as the first Anglo family before it became a state.

West Weber Avenue Stockton, CA Phone: P: Fax: F: West Weber Avenue Stockton, CA Enchantress, Sorceress, Madwoman, a new biography by Stockton author, Robin C.

Johnson, tells the story of a woman whose name has passed into in s California, Sarah Althea Hill was the biggest celebrity around, beginning in San Francisco when she caused the sex scandal of the decade, and continuing when she married the famous dueling judge and Stockton attorney, David.

Charles Weber, as he is now known, all but steals the show in Isetti’s Competing Voices: A Critical History of Stockton, California.

Stockton – don’t we know that name from the recession. Yes, but Stockton became a boom town when the Forty-niners swarmed in to dig out gold from the surrounding s: Now referred to as Fremont Park, it is one of the ten parks dedicated to the city in by Stockton’s founder, Charles Weber.

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Julia Weber was one of five children born to Stockton founder Charles M. Weber and Helen Murphy. Never married, she was matriarch of Stockton society in .Take a look back at Weber's long history of cookbooks. Behind the Grill George Stephen - The Man and His Legacy. Get to know the man behind the iconic Weber kettle charcoal grill.

Behind the Grill George's Legacy Lives On. In George A. Stephen simply wanted to grill a better steak. Weber Avenue is one of the oldest Stockton streets. Supply merchants and seekers of gold disembarked from riverboats and other sailing vessels along west Weber Avenue, once called the Levee.

Many climbed aboard stagecoaches, freight wagons and on 16 pins.