Thursday, October 7, 2021

SAC2021, Day 5...

Good morning, CRAWLERS!!!! Today, the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park takes us through the procedures used by the indigenous Nisenan people for processing acorns, while the Old City Cemetery Committee takes us into the life of Mary Gregory, a person that Leland Stanford regarded to be a better business person than him. Then our friends at California Revealed take us back to the influenza pandemic of the early 20th-century with items that shed light on the California experience during this time. ALSO!!! At 4 pm today, join activist and educator Marielle Tsukamoto along with Sacramento State archivist Julie Thomas for a discussion on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II, how democracy failed during that time, and how we can protect it in the future. The great Juan Ramos of the California State Archives wraps up Day 5 with a talk on book restoration.

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