Gold Rush and Sunken Ships

Experience how San Francisco went from a trading village to a metropolis. You’ll learn about the hidden remains of sunken ships and artifacts from the Gold Rush.

1906 Earthquake and Fire: Chinatown’s Devastation and Renewal – Walking Tour

At dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco.  The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.

1906 Earthquake and Fire: Chinatown’s Devastation and Renewal CANCELLED

At dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco.  The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.

Gold Rush and Sunken Ships

Experience how San Francisco went from a trading village to a metropolis. You’ll learn about the hidden remains of sunken ships and artifacts from the Gold Rush.

California’s Hidden History of Indian Slavery

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This discussion about California’s troubling history will include topics like the 1850 Indian Slavery Act and its outcomes, how the legislature perpetuated these laws, even after the first California constitution prohibited slavery, state sponsored land theft and how displacement and acquisition continued.

Gold Rush and Sunken Ships

Experience how San Francisco went from a trading village to a metropolis. You’ll learn about the hidden remains of sunken ships and artifacts from the Gold Rush.

Second Annual SFHS Online Auction

Bid on 8 Custom Travel Adventures and Unique Auction Items, including Historic Maps and Selected Artifacts from the SFHS Collection.

1906 Earthquake and Fire: Chinatown’s Devastation and Renewal – Walking Tour

Join us on June 4: at dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco.  The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.

Gold Rush and Sunken Ships

Experience how San Francisco went from a trading village to a metropolis. You’ll learn about the hidden remains of sunken ships and artifacts from the Gold Rush.

1906 Earthquake and Fire: Chinatown’s Devastation and Renewal – Walking Tour

Join us on May 7: at dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco.  The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.

1906 Earthquake and Fire: Chinatown’s Devastation and Renewal – Walking Tour

Join us on this April 30: at dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco.  The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.

KOB’s Musical Variety Show Fundraiser at Bimbo’s 365 Club

Bimbo's 365 Club 1025 COLUMBUS AVENUE, SAN FRANCISCO

Join us on this March 26 tour of Fisherman's Wharf, the most attended free attraction in San Francisco, to discover how commercial fishing coexists with the modern tourist Mecca.