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August 2020

San Diego 101: It’s All About Diversity!

August 11, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

San Diego 101: The History of our Region San Diego: It’s All About Diversity! TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 AT NOON San Diego 101: The History of our Region This new hour-long Zoom webinar series will be led monthly by SDHC Community Historian Barry Goldlust. Barry is a dedicated volunteer who is passionate about bringing San Diego history to life. This presentation begins by looking at the region’s original inhabitants, including the Kumeyaay, tracks the changes made by the arrival of…

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Community Café: The Long Journey to Suffrage

August 25, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

COMMUNITY CAFÉ: DISCUSSION SERIES THE LONG JOURNEY TO SUFFRAGE TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 202012:00PM - 1:00PM RESERVE YOUR VIRTUAL SEAT TODAY! Women began organizing to advance the cause for women’s rights long before the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920, officially granting women the right to vote at the federal level. Women in California, including a group of notable San Diegans, were dedicated to the cause of suffrage, and helped get California women the right to vote as early as 1911.…

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September 2020

Lunch and Learn: The Journeys of Harry Crosby with documentary filmmaker Isaac Artenstein

September 9, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

Events Lunch and Learn:The Journeys of Harry Crosby with documentary filmmaker Isaac Artenstein Wednesday, September 9Noon–1pm on Zoom Reserve your space today! Experience a “behind-the-scenes” look at the documentary making process as filmmaker, Isaac Artenstein, shares experiences and reflections on his new project, "The Journeys of Harry Crosby," about the pioneer photographer and historian of the Baja California peninsula. His in-depth interviews with Harry Crosby focused on the work and travels in Baja California that resulted in Crosby's now-classic books that…

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San Diego 101: The History of Our Region

September 15, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

San Diego 101: The History of our RegionSettling the San Diego Mission and PresidioTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2020 AT NOON ON ZOOM This new hour-long Zoom webinar series will be led monthly by SDHC Community Historian Barry Goldlust. Barry is a dedicated volunteer who is passionate about bringing San Diego history to life.  As the first permanent European settlement in Alta California, the founding of the mission and presidio in San Diego was a major turning point in the history of…

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October 2020

We Made San Diego: Latino Contributions in Our Region

October 1, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

WE MADE SAN DIEGO:LATINO CONTRIBUTIONS IN OUR REGIONTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2020 AT NOON ON ZOOM Join local historian Maria Garcia for a presentation on her forthcoming book We Made San Diego. In this wide-ranging talk, participants will hear about some of the Latino lives lived throughout San Diego County, including stories of Latino Vietnam veterans. Participants will also learn about notable people in neighborhoods we often do not hear too much about, such as Eden Gardens (La Colonia) in Solana…

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Nathan Harrison: Discovering the Man behind the Legend

October 10, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Virtual Event CA United States

Nathan Harrison: Discovering the Man behind the Legend SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020 AT 10:00AM ON ZOOM Nathan Harrison was San Diego’s first Black pioneer, homesteading in Palomar Mountain in the early 20th century. Modern archaeological insights have yielded fascinating details about Harrison’s life. Historical accounts tell us he was an important and significant figure in the Palomar Mountain community. While he had many friends on the mountain, he died alone in a county hospital in October 1920 and was buried…

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San Diego 101: The History of Our Region

October 13, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual Event CA United States

San Diego 101: The History of our Region OLD TOWN: IT WAS ONCE SAN DIEGO! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020 AT NOON ON ZOOM Before it was the second largest city in California, San Diego was native land, and then a small Mexican pueblo at the base of Presidio Hill. What we now know as Old Town San Diego developed slowly as people moved from the Presidio into the burgeoning town. Though the population rose and fell with the decades—reaching no…

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