OAKLAND, THE STORY OF A CITY
Oakland, The Story of a City by Beth Bagwell has been the standard for Oakland local history since it was originally published in 1982. The long-awaited second edition of Oakland, The Story of a City faithfully replicates the entire original text and index, using new scans of the images, with better resolution. Erika Mailman, longtime Montclarion columnist, has contributed a 32-page Afterword, "The City in a New Century", covering major Oakland events since the original publication, and incorporating 17 new images.
Paperback, 6 x 9, 336 pages
PRICE: $30.00 (includes USPS shipping fees)
PURCHASE YOUR COPY TODAY!
There are three ways to purchase your book(s):
1) Call our office at 510-763-9218
We accept purchases over the phone with VISA, MASTERCARD or AMERICAN EXPRESS
2) Mail check (made out to "OHA") to:
Oakland Heritage Alliance
446 Seventeenth Street, Suite 301, Oakland, CA 94612
3) Make purchase online: http://www.malloybooks.com/oaklandheritage.html
MAPS & GUIDES
Map and Local Guides, Walkways, Neighborhoods, Landmarks, including Bike Routes and Street Grades.
Published by the City of Oakland. Price: $5.00
Fruitvale on Foot: Three Historic Walking Tours of Oakland’s Fruitvale Neighborhood.
The Oakland Heritage Alliance has published a walking guide to the
Fruitvale neighborhood that includes the Fruitvale Commercial District, Jingletown,
and the Peralta Hacienda neighborhood.
These maps are generally available at our walking tours at the registration table.
If you are interested in purchasing one of these maps directly from our office, please contact
our Administrative Directors at 510.763.9218