Arbuckle, Clyde, 1903-1998; Coyote (Calif.); Horses; People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Twelve Mile House;
Black-and-white photograph of Twelve Mile House, circa 1890. Twelve Mile House was a rest stop on the stage line between Monterey and San Jose. As the name indicates, it was located twelve miles south of San Jose in the Coyote area. Twelve Mile...
The artist made this painting based on Moses Schallenberger's description of his cabin at Truckee Lake Camp (today known as Donner Lake). He described it as a windowless cabin twelve by fourteen feet, covered with rawhide and brush as a roof, with...
Martial arts; Men; Oriental hand-to-hand fighting; Relocation camps; Sports; Wrestling; Forced migration; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War II, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans
Photograph shows a group of young evacuees receiving instruction in Jiu Jitsui, or Judo wrestling at Portland Assembly Center in Oregon, while the rest of the class looks on.
Santa Clara University (Calif.); Young, Edmund J.A.
One of the first American Jesuits to come to Santa Clara, Edmund J. Young arrived in 1861 and remained the rest of his life. He taught rhetoric and directed the school's literary activity for 30 years. He was a favorite teacher.