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The Big Tomato: Sacramento’s Agricultural Heritage
Wednesday, March 28 2012, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
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

To register for this free class online, you will be asked on Google Checkout to submit your credit card number. You will not be charged. Or, you may call 916-868-6399 to register by phone without having to give your credit card information.

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Location : Community Learning Center & Cooking School
Contact : William Burg, Sacramento County Historical Society

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