Heritage Shared Studies in Central Coast History – Road Scholars
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2008 (PDF file – 1.27mb) – Who Needs Water When You Have Ramps?, Lessons in Lifelong Learning, Book Review: Chumash Ethnobiology, Our Own Local Maritime Museum, History Is Green: Profile of Christine Mulholland, Reds!
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2006 (PDF file – 1.04mb)
Spirit of Place, Sing Out!, Down Memory Lane, Pedaling the Past, Heritage Shared contributes a subscription to Cal Poly’s Library for a second year, The Achievers: Central California’s Engineering Pioneers , Central Coast History Foundation, Tod Rafferty, editor, Sex After Sixty, Keeping Up, Cash for Culture, Sunset Unlimited: The Southern Pacific Railroad and the Development of the American West, 1850-1930 (University of California Press, 2005)
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2004 (PDF file – 3.88mb)
Field Guide Preview at Next Members’ Event, Hot Off the Web – Everyday Buildings and Ordinary Landscapes, Seventh-Inning Stretch, J. Smeaton Chase: California Coast Trails (Installment 4 of 4), Catastrophe in the Guadalupe Dunes, Highlighting Our Members: Jeanne Smith, Adopt-A-Journal.
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2003 (PDF file – 4.08mb)
If These Trees Could Talk . . . And They Did, Leading State-Wide History Group Meets in San Luis Obispo, Hot Off The Web, J. Smeaton Chase: California Coast Trails (Installment 3 of 4), Memories and Counter-Memories in Monterey (Storied Land: Community and Memory in Monterey by John Walton), The California Eden That Never Was, Local Briefs, The Cost of Living in ’96)
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2002 (PDF file – 533 kb)
“Looking for Chinese Needles in North Coast Haystacks” by Paula Juelke Carr, Living on the Land: Historical Perspectives on San Luis Obispo County Agriculture, 1900 – 2000, Surfing for SLO History, J. Smeaton Chase: California Coast Trails (Installment 2 of 4), Butter, Beans, and Bonanza Wheat: The “Three San Luis Obispos,” and Modern Lessons from the Failure of Local Populism, 1889-1900, Public History on the Central Coast.
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2001 (PDF file – 5.98mb)
Hearst and Steinbeck Writers Victoria Kastner and Ingrid Reti, Self-Guided Tour Guidebook of SLO County “Ag-Ways,” Heritage Shared Collection Yields Unique News, Places on the Land, Places in the Heart, Heritage Shared Exhibit Displays Arts and Crafts Ironwork, Deliveries ‘Round the Back, J. Smeaten Chase: California Coast Trails (Installment 1 of 4), Cooperative Oral History Project Funded by CCPH Grant, What brings you to Heritage Shared?, Click Along These Paths Sharing Our Heritage, Historic Resources Making News, “Living on the Land” Community Forum Reviews a Century of San Luis Obispo County Agriculture.
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 2000 (PDF file – 2.20mb)
Legendary Sierra Mountain Man Sighted in Arroyo Grande!, Retrospectives on the San Simeon Forum, Historical Perspectives on San Luis Obispo Agriculture 1900-2000, Natural and Cultural Concilience, A History and Heritage House Tour, Building Costs Skyrocket on the Central Coast
Perspectives Newsletter, Spring 1999 (PDF file – 1.30mb)
I Wish I’d Never Heard of California, The Tribune-Republic Building Collection, Local History on the National Stage, Mission Orchard Wall Field Trip, SLO County in the 1880s, San Simeon Forum Slated for September, Heritage Tourism and the Byways of San Luis Obispo, Chinese Forum Remembered