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POLLEN AND PARASITE ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM THE SAN JOSE HEINLENVILLE-NIHONMACHI PROJECT, CALIFORNIA

Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 2009

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Summary

The San Jose Heinlenville-Nihonmachi Project is located in downtown San Jose on the

city blocks bounded by Taylor Street, North Seventh Street, Jackson Street, and North Sixth

Street. Features include several wood, ceramic, and iron sewer pipes discovered through a

series of trenches placed across what once was the back of house lots. This portion of

Heinlenville, known as Chinatown, was built in 1877 and occupied until 1931 when the John

Heinlen Company went bankrupt. Current use of this entire city block is by the City of San Jose

as their Corporation Yard.


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POLLEN AND PARASITE ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM THE SAN JOSE HEINLENVILLE-NIHONMACHI PROJECT, CALIFORNIA. Linda Scott Cummings. 2009 ( tDAR id: 380076) ; doi:10.6067/XCV86H4GZC


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