Sat. Dec. 12: Meet some of the Coastside's local history authors

Story from Edward Anderson

Drop in this Saturday afternoon, at the Coastside a Gallery at 330 Main Street, Half Moon Bay.

A Holiday History Day

The Half Moon Bay History Association Celebrates:

Local Authors

Who Love

Local History

Come talk with four writers who are passionate about the lives and events that happened to make our area special

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JoAnn Semones

“Shipwrecks, Scalawags, and Scavengers:

The Storied Waters of Pigeon Point

Coastal stories centered around disasters and wonderful shenanigans that have happened in and near the waters just south of Half Moon Bay

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Michael Orange

“Half Moon Bay: Historic Coastside Reflections”

Richly illustrated, remarkably detailed history and development of one of San Mateo  County’s oldest communities.

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“The Civil War:

Northern California’s Unrecognized Valor”

The details of California’s little known role in the Civil War.

“Cops, Courts, Jails and Judges: San  Mateo County Criminal Justice”

A personal and strategic overview of 150 years of the local court system.

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“Turning Points”

Major events and little stories that changed the Coastside – From the natives, to our railroad, subdivisions, war, and threats of city bankruptcy.

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About June Morrall

1947 - 2010
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