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          San Francisco History 1865 - 1900

          1865 – Steamer Day in San Francisco
          1865 – The Great Oct. 8th San Francisco Earthquake
          1865 – Mark Twain’s Description of the Earthquake
          1865 – Report on Damage to the Custom House
          1868 – The October 21st San Francisco Earthquake
          1868 – “Call” Editorial About the Earthquake
          1868 – Reports of Quake Damage to Interior Counties
          1868 – Effect of the 1868 Earthquake on Property Values
          1868 – Earthquake Damage – From Harper’s Weekly
          1869 – Coming of the Transcontinental Railroad
          1869 – Sale to Lotta, the Actress
          1869 – Building on Piles for Earthquake Safety


          1871 – Chinatown, Barbary Coast Gambling, Vice and Prostitution
          1872 – Earthquake at Inyo County
          by John Muir
          1872 – No Earthquake Danger in San Francisco
          1872 – No Fire Danger in San Francisco
          1872 – Lake McCoppin Filled In
          1872 – Meeting of the Bay Bridge Committee
          1872 – Invention of the Cable Car
          1873 – Palace Hotel to be Built
          1874 – Anti-Chinese Sentiment in San Francisco

          1876 – Celebration of the Centennial
          1876 – Record Heat Wave in San Francisco
          1877 – Kearneyism, The Chinese, and Labor Unrest
          1877 – “You Sabe Him? Kealney Must Go!”
          1877 – “The Sand Lot and Kearneyism,” by Jerome A. Hart
          1877 – How the Fire Alarm Telegraph is Worked
          1879 – “The Kearney–Kalloch Epoch,” by Jerome A. Hart
          1879 – Henry George Publishes Progress and Poverty

          1880 – “Kearney Agitation in California,” by Henry George
          1880 – Playbill from the California Theatre
          1880 – “Chinatown Declared a Nuisance!”
          1880 – Scene in a Chinese Opium Palace
          1882 – Founding of the San Francisco Stock Exchange
          1882 – Founding of the Veterans’ 幸运彩app最新下载网址
          1882 – Oscar Wilde Visits San Francisco
          1887 – Seal Rocks in Trust for the People of the United States

          1890 – “China’s Menace to the World,” by Thomas Magee
          1890 – Proposed New Conservatory for Golden Gate Park
          1891 – A View of Women’s Rights in San Francisco
          1891 – Clay St. Cable Car Ends its Run
          1891 – Lower California as a Negro 幸运彩app最新下载网址
          1892 – Founding of the San Francisco & San Mateo Railway Co.
          1893 – Augustus Laver and the New City Hall
          1895 – M.H. De Young Memorial Museum
          1895 – View of the Emporium Building
          1897 – “The Ideal San Francisco,” by Mayor James D. Phelan
          1897 – Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
          1897 – San Francisco Gaslight Co.
          1897 – An Arrest in Chinatown
          1897 – “Californian Literature,” by Arthur Inkersley
          1898 – Arnold Genthe Photograph of Chinatown
          1898 – Troops Depart for the Philippines War
          1898 – Launch of the Japanese Cruiser “Chitose”
          1899 – 1899 –

          1900 – Deplorable Conditions at City Hall
          1900 – “Bishop Arnett on the Negro”
          1900 – A Tour of Chinatown

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