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California's Gold Season 3

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Season 03, Episode 01 Gold Country

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Dec 10, 1992
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Gold Country Dec 10, 1992 Come with Huell and pan for gold, sing pioneer songs and eat "bangers" at the annual Bidwell Bar Day celebration at Lake Oroville in Butte County. Also visit the pride of Sonora: “The Red Church,” a picturesque landmark in the center of town; and discover an unusual source of pride at the unique Annual Poison Oak show in Columbia, a restored gold mining town in Tuolumne County.

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Season 03, Episode 02 A Closer Look

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Dec 10, 1992
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A Closer Look Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell and travel to the sand dunes of El Centro where portions of a wooden plank road, which once stretched from Imperial County to Yuma, Arizona have been preserved; and attend a reunion at Camp Lockett, which brings together members of the last mounted unit in the Army.

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Season 03, Episode 03 Devil's Jaw

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Dec 10, 1992
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Devil's Jaw Dec 10, 1992 Watch Huell as he embarks on a journey to the most dangerous spot on the California coast and find out why it is called "Devil's Jaw"; then visit the jewel of the California missions: La Purisima Mission in Lompoc, now a state historic park.

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Season 03, Episode 04 Singing Cowboys

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Dec 10, 1992
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Singing Cowboys Dec 10, 1992 Huell meets the famous western duo, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, (and Trigger) and hear them sing their trademark song; then he meets Herb Jeffries who starred in black westerns in the late 1930s; and watch the festive 17th Annual Black Cowboy Parade in Oakland.

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Season 03, Episode 05 Blossom Trails

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Dec 10, 1992
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Blossom Trails Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell on the Blossom Trail in Fresno County, our state's agricultural heartland; walk through the quaint and historic farming community of Reedley to the Mennonite Quilt Center and watch volunteers make beautiful quilts; savor the Armenian delicacy, keyma, one of the specialties of Uncle Harry's Restaurant, a local landmark; and deal yourself in on the world's longest running pinochle game going on daily at the Camden Cafe.

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Season 03, Episode 06 Community Celebrations

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Dec 10, 1992
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Community Celebrations Dec 10, 1992 Huell watches the Bok Kai Parade, California's oldest parade, with its colorful lion dancers, brilliant dragon and noisy firecrackers; then marvels at the world's largest blossoming plant, the Sierra Madre Wisteria Vine; and celebrates the memory of Abraham Lincoln with a march to the Lincoln Memorial Shrine in Redlands, the only shrine west of the Mississippi dedicated to Honest Abe.

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Season 03, Episode 07 Buildings

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Dec 10, 1992
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Buildings Dec 10, 1992 Huell takes a look at some beloved buildings such as the Bayliss Branch Library in Glenn County, the only functioning Carnegie Library that is completely rural; the Twenty-nine Palms Old Schoolhouse, the oldest building in the Morongo Valley; and visits the Apple Pan in West Los Angeles, a venerable diner that has been serving hickory burgers-and a slice of tradition-since 1947.

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Season 03, Episode 08 A Tale of Two Cities

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Dec 10, 1992
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A Tale of Two Cities Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell and visit Allensworth, now a state historic park, California's only community founded, financed and governed by African Americans during the early 1900s; tour old and new Kernville as area residents recount their experiences; and go whitewater rafting down the wild and scenic Kern River, one of the fastest flowing rivers in the nation.

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Season 03, Episode 09 Things That Crawl in the Night

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Dec 10, 1992
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Things That Crawl in the Night Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell and encounter the endangered kangaroo rat at Carrizo Plain Natural Area, considered the best example of the fragile ecosystem in the San Joaquin Valley; then experience first hand one of nature's unique phenomenon: the grunion run, this one at Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro.

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Season 03, Episode 10 Bodie

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Dec 10, 1992
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Bodie Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell if you’ve never been to a real live ghost town? This entire episode explores one of the last remnants of the Wild West, now a state historic park, Bodie is regarded as one of the largest and best preserved examples of an authentic ghost town.

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Season 03, Episode 11 Mono Lake

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Dec 10, 1992
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Mono Lake Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell for this entire episode devoted to one of America's oldest, strangest and most beautiful lakes. Located in the eastern base of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, Mono Lake is famous for its tufa, or curious formations of calcium carbonate.

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Season 03, Episode 12 Nisei Parade and Little Tokyo

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Dec 10, 1992
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Nisei Parade and Little Tokyo Dec 10, 1992 Join Huell as he takes a look at the history of this Japanese American community in downtown Los Angeles, including the annual Nisei Parade and all its festivities: traditional tea ceremony; Ikebana or flower arranging and bonsai exhibits, plus more.

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