Utility crews digging out an area near San Francisco’s Candlestick Park have unearthed two 1880s-era schooners that had once been used to ferry goods throughout the Bay Area, long before bridges and highways existed here.
More than two dozen historical societies and associations will be coming together for the first ever San Francisco History Expo.
Students at San Francisco’s Cleveland Elementary School saw history played out in front of them on Wednesday, as a 100-year-old time capsule was opened up.
One hundred years ago Tuesday, aviation history was made on San Francisco Bay, when the first plane was successfully landed onto a warship.
Funding to preserve a piece of East Bay history that dates back to the early Spanish settlers of California has all but vanished.
A film made more than a hundred years ago on Market Street, San Francisco’s main thoroughfare, shows in fascinating detail how people lived and traveled and dressed.