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This digital collection features textual and visual materials on the First (Indian) Nations of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Sources include treaties, dictionaries, books, articles, and government publications. The collection is designed to show the impact of the First Nations on the history, culture, and ecology of the region.

This digital collection highlights the development of the Macintosh computer beginning in the 1960s in California’s Silicon Valley. The collection explores a wide range of topics including technological innovation, technical writing, marketing, user experience, and cultural impact.

This project provides access to the digitized holdings of the University of California system. While many topics relate to the history and culture of California, a number of collections relate to American history more broadly.

This project provides access to a vast array of primary sources on Californian history and culture.


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