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The Costa Mesa Historical Society is pleased to have with us author Craig MacDonald on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Craig will speak on "Gold Rush Glimpses-Back to the Future," how the California Gold Rush is still very much with us today in our language, our food & drink, our clothes, our relatives, in our businesses and diversity. Much of what California is today is because of the Gold Rush.
Pulitzer Prize nominee Craig MacDonald, a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society, is the author of 18 books on the West. The historian speaks at national conferences and universities. His relatives came to California in the Gold Rush.
So bring a friend and learn more about our Golden State, then and now!
To learn more about Craig and his books, go to www.goldrushglimpses.com
Doors open at 2:00, program at 2:30. Free admission and refreshments. We are located at 1870 Anaheim Ave. northwest corner of the Lions Park complex. For further information call (949) 631-5918, visit www.costamesahistory.org or go to facebook/costa mesa historical society
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come enjoy the Denwar Exhibit and also check out our gift shop!
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Lots of books and memorabilia to select from including commemorative plates, paperweights and SAAAB items, note paper, postcards and out of print items.
And we have many historic photos to chose from for your home, office or gift!
"Costa Mesa My Sweet Home" video
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