Dan L. Mosier and Earle E. Williams, 2002, 2nd edition, soft cover, 405 p., ISBN 1889064084.
The life and death of a coal mining town, Tesla, California. It was founded
in 1890 by John Treadwell, who turned the Tesla coal mines into the largest
producer in California for nearly a decade. The historical significance of
Tesla is documented for the first time. Over 160 photographs depict life
at Tesla during its heyday. Book Review (goes to another website).
Page Mosier and Dan Mosier, 1986, soft cover, 130 p., ISBN 1889064025.
Origins of over 800 names current and obsolete are described and shown
on maps. Names include cities, towns, villages, ghost towns, town sites,
landings, railroad stations, points, peaks, hills, canyons, streams, and
other geographic names. An important reference book for historians and
genealogists researching in Alameda County. Book Review.
Name Index For The Centennial Year Book of Alameda County
Dan Mosier, 1997, soft cover, 59 p., ISBN 1889064068.
Index of all names mentioned in The Centennial Year Book of Alameda County
by Haley published in 1876. The name index will aid historical researchers
and genealogists in finding names in this informative county history book.
Assassination In Decoto
Timothy Swenson, 2005, soft cover, 35 p., ISBN 1889064106.
History of the assassination of Police Chief William Cann, in 1974,
when racial tensions erupted between the Hispanics and the white
newcomers in the town of Decoto (now part of Union City).
Earle E. Williams, 2004, soft cover, 838 p., ISBN 1889064902.
The diaries of Edward Baldwin Carrell covering the period from
1847 to 1880 while living and working in the region of Corral
Hollow, San Joaquin and Alameda counties, California, are
published in this account. Carrell describes the everyday life
from the days of running a tavern that served the argonauts heading
for the gold fields, to assisting Grizzly Adams in capturing
the big one, to working as a coal miner, to the daily
monotony of herding sheep.