History of Concord, California
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Letter from Dave Brubeck
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Story of a Concord Airman
Rueti, July 1, 2003 Concord Historical Society P.O. Box 404 Concord, CA 94522 U.S.A. Concerns: 2Lt. Roger C. Randles of Concord, California. Dear Sirs, When I was a nine years old schoolboy living in Nazi-occupied Holland a B-17 bomber of the 8th US Air Force crashed...
Chronology of Concord History
(as of January 2002) Prehistory: Bay Miwok Indian Period Chupcan Indian tribelet occupies Diablo Valley. Oak, pine, and willow trees proliferated across the valley and foothills. Bear, elk, deer and coyote roamed the area. The streams teem with salmon. 1770's: First...
An Early History
AN EARLY HISTORY OF CONCORD, CALIFORNIA Once the Town of Todos Santos on the Land Grant of Monte Del Diablo A small tribelet of Chupcan (Bay Miwok) Indians composed the first inhabitants of our valley. Dominated by a great mountain to their south, the Chupcan...