Tag Archives: John A. Sutter
Sacramento became a city built upon a city through extensive mid-19th century street raising project
Editor’s Note: This is part six in a series about the history of the Sacramento River. Within a quarter century of its founding, flooding had become the bane of Sacramento. It was a city born out of convenience rather than
Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part series regarding hospitals that were located at Sutter’s Fort during the mid-19th century. As the Sutter Medical Center continues to draw attention for its major expansion on 29th Street, just west
Sutter’s Fort will be the site of two upcoming events, which will serve as fundraisers for the Friends of Sutter’s Fort. A Taste of History The first of these events, A Taste of History, will be held on Saturday, Sept.
Editor’s Note: This is part two of a two-part series regarding the history of East Sacramento’s former New Helvetia Cemetery. It has been nearly 162 years since Captain John A. Sutter set aside 10 acres for his establishment’s first formal
Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part series regarding the historic Rancho del Paso Mexican land grant. Many Arden and Carmichael residents undoubtedly share many similarities, from living in the same county to shopping at
Sutter’s Fort, which has a long tradition of interpreting history from 1839 to the early days of the Gold Rush, will be holding a special, family-oriented event on April 15-17. The California State Indian Museum is also participating in the event