History of the SF Bay Area


Red Rock Island

Red Rock Island is the only privately owned island in San Francisco Bay. And it could be yours! Just $5 million. .image-right {margin-bottom:18px} A Big Red Rock Located adjacent to the San Rafael Bridge, near …  Read more



History of San Francisco

Discovering the Bay As enormous and glorious as San Francisco Bay is, it is an easy pace to miss. From the sea, the entrance of the Golden Gate is nearly invisible unless you know it is there, even when the fog isn't obscuring everything. By land, …  Read more



Sausalito History

Sausalito's Founding Sausalito has a rich history. It was occupied for centuries by native Americans, as a choice location full of wildlife. In 1822, an English sailor named William Richardson arrived in San Francisco and decided to stay. Living …  Read more



History of Angel Island

Angel Island has played many roles in the history of San Francisco Bay. The earliest known inhabitants were Coast Miwok Indians; artifacts more than 1,000 years old have been found on the island. Anthropologists speculate that the Indians used the …  Read more