Sacramento History Museum Presents “A Page in Time Book Fair”

Sacramento Region, CA (MPG)  |  Traci Rockefeller Cusack, T-Rock Communications
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Cover of William Burg’s book, Wicked Sacramento. Courtesy Sacramento History Museum

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SACRAMENTO, CA (MPG) - The Sacramento History Museum is excited to welcome at least 10 highly respected local authors and/or historians for the first-time event “A Page in Time Book Fair” on Saturday, June 29, 2019 from noon to 3 p.m. The special event will take place inside the Sacramento History Museum (101 I Street in Old Sacramento State Historic Park) and is free with paid Museum admission.

Museum guests will have the opportunity to meet the intriguing local authors and historians who can relate the fascinating history of Sacramento through a variety of viewpoints and cultural backgrounds. While additional participants may be added to the line-up, the confirmed authors/historians are as follows (two of whom have Sacramento related books being released later this month):

William Burg – local historian and author of Wicked Sacramento (release date June 24, 2019); James Christian Scott – librarian/archivist for Sacramento Public Library and contributor to Images of America: Sacramento (release date June 24, 2019) ; Annette Kassis – author of Prohibition in Sacramento: Moralizers and Bootleggers in the Wettest City in the Nation; Steve Pate-Newberry and Michelle Alberigi McKenzie – photographer and narrator for Sacramento, CA: A Photographic Portrait; Karun Yee – (representing the Chinese American Council of Sacramento) and contributor to Canton Footprints; Mary Helmich – local historian and author of A Legacy in Brick & Iron: Sacramento’s Central and Southern Pacific Railroad Shops; Ric Hornor – local historian and author of Golden Highway 1 – North, Golden Highway 2 – South, and The Golden HUB; Dr. Mark A. Ocegueda – local historian, professor and author of Mexican American Baseball in Sacramento; Dr. Bob LaPerriere – (representing the Sacramento County Historical Society), local historian and contributor to the reissued 1853 Colville’s Sacramento Directory.

Admission to the Sacramento History Museum costs $8 for adults, $5 for youth (ages 6 to 17) and is free for children ages 5 and under. Museum members who purchase a featured book can receive 20 percent off and non-members can receive 10 percent off the price of the featured book.

For more information about the “A Page in Time Book Fair” and/or the Sacramento History Museum in general, please visit www.sachistorymuseum.org.