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Suzanne B. Stewart
(1939 – 2019)
In memoriam



Porcelain doll head41 Tehama
Archaeology of three immigrant families at 41 Tehama Street, (aka 33 Tehama) San Francisco.

David Fredrickson

David A. Fredrickson
(1927 – 2012)
In memoriam




Growing a Community:
Pioneers of the Japanese American Floral Industry

An oral history project focused on the Japanese American nursery families in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Archive: Past articles



The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) at Sonoma State University (SSU) has been providing consulting services in Cultural Resource Management (CRM), heritage documentation, preservation planning, policy training, community engagement, public outreach, and interpretation since its founding in 1974.

Our clients include state and federal regulatory and management agencies, Native American and non-profit organizations, museums and historical associations, regional and municipal utilities, environmental and engineering firms, as well as developers and private individuals.

ASC offers a proven team, with exceptional experience, and the skills to provide high quality, timely, and comprehensive deliverables on even the most complex task orders. As part of the California State University system and the M.A. program in CRM at SSU, our commitment to training the next generation of CRM professionals ensures that we always seek to develop innovative approaches, appropriate solutions, and the most effective methods to achieve the regulatory and permitting objectives of our clients.

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