Sacramento — California’s transportation crossroads — was home to railroads, riverboats, canneries, breweries, grain mills, lumber mills, wineries, slaughterhouses, dairies, drying and packing houses, bakeries, and thousands of migrant and immigrant industrial workers. Join historian William Burg for a fascinating look at the city they called “The Big Tomato.”
Presented by William Burg, Sacramento County Historical Society
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Location : Community Learning Center & Cooking School Contact : William Burg, Sacramento County Historical Society
Cancellation Policy: Please call if you are unable to attend. Fee is non-refundable and classes are nontransferable with less than a 48-hour cancellation notice. We reserve the right to cancel classes with enrollment of eight students or less.