Salt of the Hayward Shoreline
Listed below are the sources used to create this exhibit:
Bailey, Gilbert Ellis. The Saline Deposits of California. San Francisco: State Mining Bureau, 1902.
Brown, Alan K. “Salt for the Scraping: Origin of the San Francisco Bay Salt Industry.” California Historical Society Quarterly 39, 2 (June, 1960): 117-120.
Descendants of Ohleson: Family Tree. Collection from Hayward Area Historical Society, Archives (folder: Oliver Family) 2010.
Eden Landing Diaries. Collection from Hayward Area Historical Society, Archives (folder: Hayward Shoreline & Oliver Family), 1908-1914.
Eskew, Garnett Laidlaw. Salt: The Fifth Element, The Story of a Basic American Industry. Chicago: J. G. Ferguson and Associates, 1948.
Hayward Shorelands Project: Historical Land Use Plan in Hayward Area Historical Society (folder: Hayward Shoreline). Archives, Hayward, CA.
Herbert, Janis and Mike Koslosky. The Oliver Salt Trail Pamphlet. Hayward: Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center, 2011.
Kurlansky, Mark. Salt: A World History. New York: Penguin Books, 2002.
Laszlo, Pierre. Salt: Grain of Life. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, National Electric Light Association, Pacific Gas and Electric Section. “The Salt Industry in Alameda County.” Pacific Service Magazine 8, 1 (June, 1916) 70-72.
Sandoval, John S. Mt. Eden: Cradle of the Salt Industry in California. Hayward: Mt. Eden Historical Publishers, 1988.
Sandoval, John S. “Oliver began Salt Operation in 1872 (Draft),” from Hayward Area Historical Society (HAHS) Archives John Sandoval Papers: 1983.
Speulda-Drews, Lou Ann & Nicholas Valentine. “Appendix E: Identification and Evaluation of the South San Francisco Bay Solar Salt Industry Landscape (Alameda, Santa Clara, and San Mateo Counties, California) for the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge and California Department of Fish and Game.” U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (March 9, 2009).
San Francisco Bay Trail. “The San Francisco Bay Trail Project.” Last Modified February 2012. <http://www.baytrail.org/> Accessed May 16, 2012.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. “The Archimedes/Oliver Wind-Powered Screw Pumps San Francisco Bay.” A Region IX Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark (February 28, 1984): 1-6.
The Daily Review. Collection from Hayward Area Historical Society. Archives (folder: Hayward Shoreline, Oliver Family, & Oliver Salt Company), 1951-2006.
Tyson, Philip T. Geology and Industrial Resources of California. Baltimore: WM. Minifie & Co., 1851.
United States Government. “Manufactures: Part III, Special Reports on Selected Industries.” Twelfth Census of the United States: 1900, Volume IX. William R. Merriam, Director. 1902.
USGS: Science for a Changing World. “Why is the Ocean Salty?” Last Modified March 9, 2012. <http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/whyoceansalty.html> Accessed May 16, 2012.
Ver, William E. Salt in California Bulletin 175. San Francisco: State of California Department of Natural Resources, 1975.
Willets, Gilson. Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American People and a Record of Business, Professional and Industrial Achievement at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. New York: P.F. Collier and Son, 1903.