A group of researchers from Italy, Chile, Montreal, and the USA (Stanford University) studied 112 newborns that were between 1-5 days-old; they wanted to find out their capacity to recognize common words of their native language.
The significant story of Gualala, California, between 1863 and 1906, is the industrialization of lumber and the development of a single company town.
This investigative project focuses on the Song Wong Bourbeau Collection—a gift to the Sonoma County Museum (SCM) from a prominent Chinese American family with roots back to Santa Rosa’s Chinatown, ca. 1877.
Reynaldo Robledo, Sr. is the first Mexican migrant worker in the United States to open his own tasting room and winery.