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Oakley Through Time
#: FA22    ID: OAK    Section: 01
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Description:
The settlement and development of Oakley is the story of a thriving California pioneer town. Nestled in California’s San Joaquin Delta, the area quickly became San Francisco’s easternmost frontier for land speculation, agricultural production and immigration. By 1900, land speculators enticed Portuguese, Spanish and Italian immigrants to settle in Oakley and establish their families. Located away from the deep water of San Francisco Bay, Oakley became a railroad town along the Santa Fe line. Here the stories of immigration and community development played out as they have in small towns throughout the West. Twentieth-century wars, food production and changing transportation methods reshaped the tight-knit community over the years.
 
Day(s):
Tu 
Time:
1:00 PM
Sessions:
1
Cost:
$19.00
Class Size:
40
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Dates & Times:
12/13/2022   1:00PM - 3:00PM
LMC Brentwood Campus - BRT-307