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Heritage Minute: Vintage Petaluma

A little girl rides a big chicken in Petaluma, the once-renown Egg Basket of the World
 

Eggs and chickens were big business for Petaluma in the early 1900s. Find out how the incubator helped turn this small town into the world's egg basket.

The 1940’s were big years for semi-pro football and Petaluma had one of the best teams in the nation. Examine the rise... and fall of pro football in Petaluma.

The accomplished architect Brainerd Jones left his mark on Petaluma and the surrounding North Bay. Get to know the man through his work, which continues to define our region.

Nowadays, getting to Petaluma is as easy as "1-0-1!" But early Petalumans relied heavily on the river that flows through town and into the bay.

There was once a high-speed, interconnected network that helped to put Petaluma on the map. But it wasn't the Internet! Rather, it was the railroads that once criss-crossed early Petaluma and all of Sonoma County.

Visualize the changes (and similarities) between today's Petaluma, and the Petaluma of yesteryear.