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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 426: Earthquake Refugee Camps in Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park was home to several refugee camps in the aftermath of the '06 Quake & Fire. Richmond District historian John Freeman joins the Pod to share his extensive research on the Park sites that sheltered thousands of San Franciscans.
- Apr 17, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 426: Earthquake Refugee Camps in Golden Gate Park Outside Lands Podcast Episode 426: Earthquake Refugee Camps in Golden Gate Park

(above) Golden Gate Park, 1906

1906 Earthquake and Fire, refugee camp. Men posed and mimicking a cabinet photo of a group of men.

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