Echoes of Napa Valley

The Napa County Historical Society is pleased to announce the addition of a Sound Exhibit, Echoes of Napa Valley. We will rotate four themes through August 15-May 15, 2021 Beginning in August with Women in the Valley, Dorothy MacLean gives a delightful rendition of the Camp Fire Girls’ songs in her 1987 oral history interview. Then in October, follow us as we journey North from the Napa Valley Marina to the Third Street Bridge. Jess Doud and Erna Hammerich talk of their research and personal family history of Riverboats and the River. The third sound exhibit theme at the Napa County Historical Society,The Working Pioneer, explores the ventures of early Napans throughout the county. From the first school in front of the Bale Mill, the start of the Sawyer Tannery along the river, and how the early settlers worked their way to California on the first wagon trains. Finally we end in March with Architectural Highlights around the County with Luther Turton and the Calistoga Hotel.

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