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  • emThe Mirage Factoryem
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    The Mirage Factory

    Gary Krist recounted the founding of Los Angeles, a city that the author reports grew wildly from 1900 to 1930 despite its less than desirable surroundings, which included an arid climate…

  • Washington Journal Sarah Wire Previews California Primary Elections
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    Sarah Wire on California Primary Elections

    Los Angeles Times' Sarah Wire previewed primary elections that day in California.

  • California and the Nation
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    California and the Nation

    Three California based historians talked about issues from the past and the present including citizenship rights and economic inequalities in California and throughout America. They also…

  • California Governor Jerry Brown Speaks at National Press Club
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    California Governor Jerry Brown at the National Press Club

    California Governor Jerry Brown (D) answered reporters' questions at the National Press Club on a range of issues, including immigration and border security, climate policy, and the Trump administration. Governor…

  • Washington Journal Kevin de Len Discusses Policy Issues in California
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    Kevin de León on Policy Issues in California

    California Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León talked about top issues facing the California legislature as well as his challenge to Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). He spoke via video uplink from…

  • Washington Journal Jessica Vaughan Discusses California Immigration Lawsuit
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    Jessica Vaughan on California Immigration Lawsuit

    Jessica Vaughan talked about the Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the state of California regarding itsimmigration laws. She spoke via video link from West Newton, Massachusetts.

  • Governor Brown Delivers State of the State Address
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    California State of the State Address

    California Governor Jerry Brown (D) delivered his final State of the State address at the state capitol in Sacramento. At the start, he praised the actions of first responders in battling the…

  • California Missions and Father Junipero Serra
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    California Missions and Father Junipero Serra

    Ruben Mendoza gave a tour of the Carmel Mission and talked about Father Junipero Serra, a Spanish priest of the Franciscan Order who founded the first nine missions in Spanish California. The missions were…

  • emNot So Golden After Allem
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    Not So Golden After All

    Larry Gerston talked about his book, No So Golden After All: The Rise and Fall of California, about California’s history of immigration, economy, land, and water, as well as its relationship with the federal…

  • Settlement of San Jose California
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    Settlement of San Jose, California

    Ken Middlebrook gave a tour of the Peralta Adobe, the oldest building in the city of San Jose, California, and spoke about San Jose’s early history. San Jose was the first non-religious settlement…

  • Conversation with Mark Arax
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    Conversation with Mark Arax

    Mark Arax talked about economic and geographic landscape of the San Joaquin Valley. Mr. Arax shared the challenges of writing about the land where he grew up, its engineered development, and how future non-fiction…

  • Mission Santa Barbara
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    Mission Santa Barbara

    Tina Foss talked about the history of Old Mission Santa Barbara, the 10th of 21 Spanish missions established in California, and how the Spanish interacted with the native Chumash tribe. C-SPAN’s Local…

  • Mormon Settlement of San Bernardino
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    Mormon Settlement of San Bernardino

    Jennifer Dickerson and Nick Cataldo talked about the Mormon pioneers who helped settle the town of San Bernardino, California, and showed items from the pioneer’s exhibit at the San Bernardino County Museum.…

  • California Native Americans and Early 1800s Capitalism
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    California Native Americans and Early 1800s Capitalism

    Professor Ashley Riley Sousa talked about Native Americans and capitalism in early 19th century California. She focused on local tribes' commercial interactions with Spanish missions and…

  • Representative Thompson on the California Wildfires
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    Representative Thompson on the California Wildfires

    Representative Mike Thompson (D-CA), co-chair of the Congressional Wine Caucus, spoke by phone about the wildfires in California.

  • Vice President Announces Approval of California Wildfire Disaster Declaration
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    Vice President Pence on California Wildfires

    Vice President Mike Pence announced that President Trump had approved a major disaster declaration for the state of California due to ongoing wildfires in the state. He was joined by…

  • California Gold Rush
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    California Gold Rush

    Professor Patrick Allitt talked about the California Gold Rush of the mid-1800s. He described how people got there, the physical geography of the area, and the evolving technology used to…

  • California State Capitol
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    California State Capitol

    Erin Renfree gave a tour of the California State Capitol and shared stories of former governors, legislators, and important legislation. Groundbreaking for the Capitol occurred December 4, 1860, but it took…

  • Washington Journal Brett Murphy Discusses an Investigation Into Californias Trucking Industry
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    Brett Murphy on California's Trucking Industry

    Brett Murphy talked about the results of an investigation into California’s trucking industry and allegations of driver mistreatment.

  • American History TV in Redding California
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    American History TV in Redding, California

    C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2017 LCV Cities Tour” in Redding, California, from March 4-10 to feature the history and literary life of the…

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