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The Patterson family and ranch: southern Alameda County in transition :

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Bry, Stanley.
Caswell, John.
Helfman, Bill.
Hicke, Carole.
Lage, Ann.
Mellon, Knox.
Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.

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Book

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Contents: Agriculture and farm life on Fremont's northern plain (v. 1) -- Water, development, and preservation in Southern Alameda County (v. 2) -- The Patterson Ranch, past and future: the family's perspective

The three volumes of interviews dealing with the Patterson family and ranch between the years 1851-1988, constitute a case study of changing land use in southern Alameda County from the days of the fi

Volume 1: | Chronicles the transition of the Patterson Ranch from a family farm in the 19th century to a large-scale agricultural enterprise operated by the L. S. Williams Company during the 1950s. The several in

Volume 2: | Provides a more in-depth study of the interrelations between water projects, municipal formation, planned district development and historic preservation within the context of Fremont politics, 1950-19

Volume 3: | Reflections of the third and fourth generation of Patterson family members. Interviewees are: Donald Patterson, William Volmer, Jeanette Korstad, Marilyn Price, Sally Patterson Adams, John E. Adams, D

Related material: | Background research material on the Patterson ranch (includes correspondence, clippings, reports).

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1822-1895 , 1905-1980 , Agriculture , Alameda and Sons (Fremont, Calif.) , Alameda County , Alameda County (Calif.) , Alameda County Water District , Ardenwood Regional Preserve (Calif.) , California , California State Water Project , Community development , East Bay Regional Park District (Calif.) , Family histories , Farm tenancy , Fremont (Calif.) , History , L.S. Williams Company (Fremont, Calif.) , Land use , Oral histories , Patterson family , Patterson Ranch (Calif.) , Patterson, George Washington, , Patterson, William Donald, , Politics and government , Ranch life , South Bay Aqueduct , Tenant farmers , Water resources development

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English

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.19264

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