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The Early Los Angeles River Watershed Through Fiction and Photographs

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The Early Los Angeles River Watershed Through Fiction and Photographs

Lecture date: January 19, 2017. Barbara Crane showed through research for her historical novel, When Water Was Everywhere, what the Los Angeles River watershed looked like less than 200 years ago.

Crane is a novelist, journalist and teacher. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Sun magazine and other publications. Her first novel, The Oldest Things in the World, won the Silver Medal award for Fiction from ForeWord magazine. She covered the Aquarium as a writer for the Long Beach Business Journal.

Video Posted: December 22, 2016 | Running time: 39:53




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