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Birthday Celebration for Mary Austin at Eastern California Museum

Press release Eastern California Museum Hosts Mary Austin Birthday Celebration on Sept. 7 “Seldom have I met and known anyone of such intellectual and spiritual power and discipline,” said Ansel Adams about Mary Hunter Austin, after they collaborated on “Taos Pueblo,” 1930.  Mary Hunter Austin wrote her most famous book “The Land of Little Rain” […]

 
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‘Two Missing Climbers, Eighty Years Apart’

Press release Local author Jennifer Crittenden will be giving a presentation titled, “Two Missing Climbers, Eighty Years Apart” on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 1 to 3 o’clock at the Eastern California Museum in Independence, located at 155 N. Grant Street. This event is free and open to everyone. Crittenden’s presentation investigates parallels between the […]

 
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William Probasco's Lone Pine Telescope, captured photographs of the determined souls who conquored the summit of Mt. Whitney.

‘Tales Along El Camino Sierra, Two’ – More historical gems

Press release It’s time to take another sentimental trip down memory lane, also known as El Camino Sierra.  On Saturday June 8, the Eastern California Museum in Independence will be hosting a history program titled, “A Sentimental Journey Along Highway 395,” presented by authors David and Gayle Woodruff. In addition to relating interesting and little-remembered […]

 
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Boys on bikes. RAM 331

ECM 2019 calender highlights people of Inyo County

Press release Inyo County’s stunning landscapes, whether towering mountain peaks or sprawling deserts, can quickly become the focus for anyone trying to explain the county’s many charms. But the cast of characters that have paraded through the county’s history can be just as interesting as the landscapes they inhabited. The 2019 Eastern California Museum calendar […]

 
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William Mulholland and his assistant Van Norman inspect all that reamins after the St. Francis Dam collapsed in March of 1928.

‘Mulholland … the Final Chapter’ this Saturday in Independence

Press release On Saturday March 17th, The Eastern California Museum in Independence invites you to attend a 50-minute history program titled Mulholland…the Final Chapter. The subject of the history program is of one of the largest disasters to have taken place in California, which conjointly brought about the somber ending to the illustrious and tumultuous […]

 
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Hoffman Earthquake

Learn about ‘California’s Deadliest Earthquakes’ Saturday

Press release Presentation at the Eastern California Museum focuses on ‘California’s Deadliest Earthquakes’ California is unique for many reasons, but its history of one-of-a-kind, deadly earthquakes is a feature that virtually every resident has either experienced or can relate to. Indeed, “waiting for the big one” is a situation shared by virtually every Californian in […]

 
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