In 1900, thousands of American citizens lived in and around the expanding town of Healdsburg: beneath Fitch Mountain, in the Alexander Valley, and all along the Russian River. Just one hundred years earlier, it was a vastly different place. Explore this “century of change” and the people who experienced it: the native Pomo and Wappo, the visiting Russian fur traders, the settlers of the Mexican Ranchos, and finally, the American squatters— all of whom once called this land their home.
My Credits: Producer, Writer, Editor, Graphic Designer
© 2007 KRCB – North Bay Public Media. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
Master Format: DV NTSC 720×480 Interlaced
Post Production: Final Cut Pro
Graphics: Adobe Photoshop
Length: 1 minute, 30 seconds