Ep 133 | The People Who Preserve Pinole

With just under 20,000 residents, the City of Pinole is everything you come to expect from a small Bay Area town. Nestled between Richmond and Hercules, Pinoles history stretches back to include some of the earliest native settlers in California’s history. The city’s rich history is preserved by the Pinole Historical Society. Today our guest is Jeff Rubin, the president of the Pinole Historical Society and the man in charge of the Pinole History Museum. We talk to Jeff about the history of this small town and what makes it such a great place to live.

Website: pinolehistoricalsociety.org              Phone: 510-724-9507

1:48 Getting Started

4:25 Background

8:36 Bay Area delis vs. New York delis

14:35 Pinoles History

Rodriguez Mansion
The Faria House
Pinole History Museum

31:57 Exhibits brought in

35:12 Falling in love with Pinole

36:23 The Fernandez Family

36:08 Ellerhorst Family

46:03 Faria House Museum

52:40 Donations

53:47 Wrap up



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