Glen Canyon Resources

 

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Who Knew? The History of Glen Canyon
 
  1. San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. Significant Natural Resource Areas Management Plan. February 2006. Available at Archive.org.

  2. San Francisco Redevelopment Agency in Consultation with the Department of City Planning. A Report to the Board of Supervisors: Redevelopment in Diamond Heights. March 1950. Available at Archive.org

  3. Margolin M. The Ohlone Way. Indian Life in the San Francisco – Monterey Bay Area. Heyday Books: Berkeley, CA. 1978.

  4. Indian People Organizing for Change. Shellmounds. Available at IPOC

  5. Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area. Available at Muwekma.org

  6. San Francisco Planning Commission (SPUR). Imaging Islais Creek. A SPUR Summary Report for the Piero N. Patri Fellowship in Urban Design. 2008. Available at the Southeast Water Front. 

  7. The San Francisco Directory for the Year Commencing June 1859. Compiled by Henry G. Langley. Available at Archive.org.

  8. United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Available at Ancestry.com. (membership required, or access at the San Francisco Public Library).

  9. Official Opinions of Percy V. Long, City Attorney of the City and County of San Francisco, State of California. City and County of San Francisco: San Francisco, CA. 1917. Available at Google Books.

  10. Sacramento Daily Union. Available at the California Digital Newspaper Collection

  11. California Historical Landmarks, San Francisco County. Office of Historic Preservation. California State Parks. Available at California State Parks.

  12. Patterson, ES. Festivities in the canyon – a century old tradition. Glen Park Perspective. 1979 (April-May). Available at Archive.org

  13. Carey & Co., Inc. Historic Resources Evaluation. Glen Park Community Plan. 2010. Available at San Francisco Planning Department

  14. Williams D. How Mrs. Baxter and the Gum Tree Girls foiled the freeway. Glen Park News. Summer:2000. Available at Archive.org.

  15. Williams D. Mrs. Baxter’s Speech. Glen Park News. 2000:Summer. Available at Archive.org.

  16. Gravanis R. O’Shaughnessy freeway? Glen Park Perspective. 1979;June. Available at Archive.org.

  17. Bensinger G. Led by the Gum Tree Girls 40 years ago, Glen Park won war against freeway. Glen Park News. 2007/2008 (Winter). Available at Archive.org.

  18. Faigin GP. California Highways. The history of San Francisco Bay Area freeway development. (Part 1 – The City of San Francisco). 2015. Available at California Highways.  

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