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Name Native peoples
Number of Archive records 5
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 0
Number of Object records 0

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2008.170 - 83

Napa Author: Unidentified Clippings and other memorabilia on a variety of topics: City improvements; Napa River Project; Noyes Building; Napa's 1996 "150 Years"; Knoxville Mine; White Sulphur Springs, etc.

2008.196 - 104

Napa County History Donor/author: unknown A collection of loose Napa Register, Weekly Calistogan, and St. Helena Star clippings, most from 1973-4, on a variety of historical topics: Veterans Home, St. Helena Catholic Church, several Louis Ezettie columns, Sam Brannan, etc.

2008.214.1 - 112

The Valley of Legends, 1997 Donor: The Valley of Legends (?) Collection of The Valley of Legends' Historical Fact Sheets commemorating Napa's 150th anniversary. Topics on the fact sheets include: architecture, Bear Flag Revolt, business and industry, Chinese influence, Napa River, etc.

Image of 2008.220.10 - MS10

2008.220.10 - MS10

A short study of the Suscol Indians by Diane Christman, an intern at California State Senator John Dunlap's Napa office. Includes an 8 page insert with maps, letters and copies of clippings relating to naming the bridge over the Napa River as the Soscol Bridge. The letters are to and from Senator Dunlap. Attatched to the insert is a business card from Barney E. Dawe from 1978,

Image of 2008.220.3 - MS3

2008.220.3 - MS3

A brief history of Reverend Asa White's journey from Vermont to California as a missionary on the Oregon Trail.

Asa White, Methodist Minister and Pioneer in West

A brief history of Reverend Asa White's journey from Vermont to California as a missionary on the Oregon Trail.