2010 Riverside Ave.
Paso Robles, CA
Open Thurs. - Sun.
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
This book is the TRUE story of a pioneer fighting to save his ranch in a beautiful California valley as told by Senator Henry Lynch. It includes transcripts of the handwritten 1872 trial records and the "Petitions for Pardon" from San Quentin. E.M. Root and H. Blythe are the editors of this 132-page paperback.
Paso Robles, a book of images in the Images of
America series by Arcadia Publishing Company, has
just been released. The 128-page book has more
than 200 images of Paso Robles' rich heritage,
beginning with the 125-room grand hotel
completed in 1891, for which the little town became well-known. Tourists came to the little community
for the healing waters of the mineral springs and
mud baths. There was steady development after 1886
when the railroad arrived and town lots were auctioned.
Area homesteaders raised cattle, grew grain, and
planted fruit, walnut, and almond orchards.
Paso Robles books are available at the Pioneer
Museum with proceeds from sales benefiting the
nonprofit museum. The books sell for $21, including
California sales tax. If you would like to order one by
mail, please send a check payable to the
2010 Riverside Ave.
Paso Robles, CA 93446
in the amount of $24 to cover the book, postage
Readin' 'Ritin' 'Rithmetic, a 172-page book of memories of former students, has over 215 photographs and
graphics of most of the 65 one-room schools that dotted
the countryside in California's northern San Luis Obispo County and southern Monterey County.
Read a sample chapter here:
The book is available Thursday through Sunday from
1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Museum, south of the
fairgrounds on Riverside Avenue, in Paso Robles,
California, or by mail.
An online order form is available for printing
by clicking here:
The Pioneer Museum has copies of the 32-page
booklets, The Pioneer Pages, which were published from
1998 through 2002. They are available for $5 each (plus postage and handling). Each issue contains a variety
of articles about Paso Robles area history, including agriculture, blacksmiths, bridges, churches, charcoal
industry, outlaws, roads, telephones. Click on either
link below for more information.
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