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Jefferson Award winner Joe Noriel (CBS)

Jefferson Award Winner Keeps National History Alive For North Bay Youth

School children who visit the Petaluma Museum are seeing a lot more than the history of poultry in the city. Their small hometown museum has transformed into a classroom for national history, thanks to this week’s Jefferson Award winner.

08/29/2012

Jefferson Award winner Dorothy Herzberg (CBS)

Jefferson Award Winner Introduces East Bay Students To Living History

An East Bay high school teacher with a love of U.S. history and politics is bringing lessons to life for students in Richmond through annual trips to Washington, DC.

04/04/2012

Firefighters from the San Jose Fire Department contain  the fire destroyed the historic Kelley House at Kelley Park in San Jose

Preservationists Accuse San Jose Of Neglecting Historical Homes

Preservationists in San Jose say the city isn’t doing enough to protect historic structures. The criticism follows a fire last week that heavily damaged a house that belonged to one of the city’s pioneer families.

02/22/2012

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The History Of Valentine’s Day

Ever wondered how Valentine’s Day started? We’ve got the answer for you…

01/29/2012

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Effort To Repeal California Gay History Law Fails

Opponents of a California law requiring that the contributions of gays and lesbians be taught in public schools have failed in their attempt to qualify a ballot referendum to repeal the law.

10/12/2011

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Future Uncertain For China Camp’s Last Resident If San Rafael Park Closes

Frank Quan has lived nearly his entire life in a small wooden house on the shores of San Pablo Bay inside what is today China Camp State Park.

09/15/2011

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Indulge Your Inner Know-It-All: Labor Day Edition

Labor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ

08/22/2011

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Opponents Of California Gay History Law Seek Referendum

California’s secretary of state on Tuesday cleared a group to begin collecting signatures for a ballot referendum to overturn a first-in-the-nation law requiring public schools to teach the contributions of gays and lesbians in social studies lessons.

CBS San Francisco–07/26/2011

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Gov. Brown Signs Landmark Gay History Law

Governor Jerry Brown has signed a landmark bill adding lessons about gay history to social studies classes in California’s public schools.

CBS San Francisco–07/14/2011

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State Legislature Passes Bill To Include Gay History in Schools

A bill that would require California’s public schools to include the history of gay rights in their curricula won final legislative approval on Tuesday.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/06/2011

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