Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures
Historical Evolution of Canyon Country
and Surrounding Areas
COC / SCVHS 2007


If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It:
A Historical Evolution of Canyon Country and Surrounding Areas.

A Project of the COC Canyon Country Campus Advisory Committee / History Subcommittee

©2007 Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society & College of the Canyons

LINER NOTES: Thank you to the following: Jeff and Tom Asher, Chuck Wright, Dick Wright, Mary Johnson Wright, Dick Held, Jim and Marilyn Shaefer, Ed Toney, Letty Dyer Foote, George Dyer, Esther Dyer, Margoleen Warmuth Jordan, Cindy Warmuth, Mary Warmuth Sathre, George Starbuck, Clem and Paula Cox, Minnie Helvey Murphy, Mariyln Nadeau Chrisman.

PRODUCTION: Keith Buttelman, scanning; Joseph Lanthier, Patty Robinson and JoEllen Rismanchi, production; JoEllen Rismanchi, Pat Saletore and Patty Robinson, research and writing; Noel Lopez, Richard Martinez and Lori Solis, consultants; Russell Waldon and Kevin Anthony, narrators; Nicholas Pavik, DVD cover design.

ERRATA: Our knowledge of general Santa Clarita Valley history has expanded significantly since this video was produced in 2007 as new (and old) resouces have become available. Details should be fact-checked against other material on this website.

College of the Canyons


First Buildings Erected 7-11-2007


Canyon Country History 2007

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