1. Living on the Land in Peace and Freedom
  2. In the time of Wine, Roses, Grizzly Bears, and Ranchos: Juana Briones
  3. A Good Herb, a Good Man, and San Francisco: William Leidesdorff
  4. Seeing the Elephant…and Maybe Some Gold: Forty-niners and the Gold Rush
  5. The Lumberman’s Lament: What Henry Meiggs left in San Francisco
  6. The Fountain and the Eternal Youth: Lotta Crabtree
  7. The Emperor Had Clothes And Loyal Subjects: Joshua Norton
  8. A Woman of Smartness and Scandal: Mary Ellen Pleasant
  9. An Iron Horse and an Octopus: The Big Four Create a Railroad Empire
  10. Taking a Ride on the Rope: Andrew Hallidie and San Francisco’s slot machines
  11. Oh Mr. Sandman Build me a Park: John McLaren
  12. The Shanghai Orphan who Fought Back: Mary Tape
  13. Books, Baths, and Beyond: The Legacy of Adolph Sutro
  14. Earth, Wind, and Fire: Leonie von Zesch and the 1906 Earthquake
  15. A Banker, a Bedmaker, and Bohemians: A.P. Giannini and the Earthquake Aftermath
  16. A Man, a Plan, a Palace: Bernard Maybeck and the Expo
  17. Don’t Call it the Rock: The Alcatraz Kids
  18. Shape up, Ship out, and Strike: Harry Bridges
  19. Painting the Town’s Bridge Red: Joseph Strauss
  20. Tea and No Sympathy: The Hagiwara’s and Their Garden
  21. Mr. San Francisco … and Baghdad-by-the-Bay: Herb Caen
  22. The Bookstore, the Beats, and the Poetickall Bomshell: Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  23. Western Addition and Subtraction: Justin Herman and Mary Rogers
  24. The Blossoming of Flower Power: Behind the Scenes with Bill Graham
  25. The Rise of the Castro and Harvey Milk
  26. A Matter of Habit in the Time of AIDS
  27. The New Argonauts: Digging for Gold on the Internet

San Francisco Old Time Cablecar
San FranciscoFisherman's Wharf

Self Guided Walking Tours

  1. Chinatown and Nob Hill
  2. North Beach
  3. Union Square and Financial District
  4. Civic Center and Market Street
  5. The Castro and The Mission
  6. Golden Gate Park and Haight Ashbury
  7. Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field, Presidio, and Palace of Fine Arts
  8. Embarcadero and Ghirardelli Square