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Connecting researchers and advocates within the San Joaquin Valley


November 11, 1970
BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 10 When a group of 103 archeology students from Queens College in New York dug in Indian mounds in Northern California last summer, they expected to come up only with relics and a better understanding of the Maidu civilization of the 15th century. Read more on the New York...
August 19, 1955
L.A. writes that her 2 1/2-year-old grandson has a disease known as San Joaquin fever or valley fever and says that a few of her friends know much about it. This disease, medically known by the tongue-twisting name of coccidioidomycosis, is not yet (with emphasis on the 'yet')...