The California Historian

The California Historian is the Conference of California Historical Societies flagship publication -- one of the many benefits of membership in the CCHS. As time permits, we will be posting an index of important articles of past issues. Some of the articles and book reviews will be posted on this site. But, if you want to get the benefits of the newest and past historic content of the California Historian -- and receive it as soon as it becomes available, we recommend that you become a member today.

The California Historian is uniquely "Sharing California's Heritage." Since 1954, first as a newsletter then a magazine, it has provided great articles and information. "It's a must for all history buffs." So begin reading and enjoying it, as others already do! 

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commented 2015-06-06 17:32:00 -0700 · Flag
The current California Historian with the History of Ranching in California’s San Ramon Valley cover has just started a Look Back at 60 Years of CCHS. These are a republish of past articles with the History of the Beginnings of CCHS by Mary Lou Lyon (Revised 7/23/93) and Getting Acquainted with CCHS by Christie Bourdet (First Published 1996) as two important CCHS historical narratives. Take a look back at these and other retro articles in the Special Section.
published this page 2015-06-05 14:26:18 -0700
commented 2015-03-16 19:41:30 -0700 · Flag
I love California – honestly – I was born and raised here.
But these STATE WEBSITES? SERIOUSLY???
Cali is supposed to be one of the TOP in the Design field……….
commented 2014-02-21 13:31:28 -0800 · Flag
i don’t understand how to use this web site
commented 2014-01-23 10:47:33 -0800 · Flag
Change address- Lynne Bajuk, 1251 Hawthorne St, Alameda CA 94501. When will I receive a Historian magazine??? Lynne
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