Jack London's Neighborhood: A Pleasure Walker’S and Reader’S Guide to History and Inspiration in Alameda
This book can serve as a guide with information about Alameda that may have been relevant or add interest concerning Jack Londons life and times in Alameda. Individuals may use this little handbook to explore, and follow for themselves a walk from place to place. Eventually Jack London Walks may be offered by story-tellers or history docents or as a commercial enterprise equivalent to historic walks in Oakland, San Francisco and other areas. There are very few island cities such as Alameda in our nation. I hope you will enjoy seeing Alameda and these places as they exist today and putting them in the context of the history of this area which had significance to the story of Jack Londons life and times in Alameda. This is your invitation, to Jack Londons Neighborhood. It is my neighborhood, too.
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