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Davis History

On-line archive of Davis, California history materials.

Materials are archived from two vantage points.

1. The first is Davis history as a whole, as with, for example, population from the start to now. Materials of this sort are in Folder 1 (to the left).

2. The second vantage point is as periods of Davis history. For present purposes, there are nine such periods. These are shown in the "2 folders," also to the left.

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Presenting Davis history materials is the primary purpose of this site, but there are also four secondary purposes, here numbered folders 3 through 6.

3. Housed in folder 3, the first of these is to publish original research on Davis history in the Papers on Davis History Series edited by the Publications Committee of the Davis Historical Society.

4. The second additional purpose has been to present information on Davis historic preservation and historical resources. These are in folder 4.

5. Materials on the Davis Historical Society are assembled in folder 5.

6. Notices of some Davis History relevant books published in the late '00s  appear in folder 6.

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1. -->  For guidelines on researching Davis history see:  http://www.davishistoryresearch.org

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2. -->  Recent developments in thinking about Davis history are blogged at: http://davishistorytoday.blogspot.com/ 

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3. -->   Materials on the history of Old North Davis are collected at: http://www.oldnorthdavishistory.org

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Questions about this site and materials on it can be directed to me,  John Lofland, at jlofland@dcn.org.

 

 

 

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This site provided with the assistance of the Davis Community Network.