REBUILDING SAN FRANCISCO,
the Workers' Story

In the weeks following the 1906 Earthquake, thousands of tradesmen – piledrivers, ironworkers, bricklayers, electricians, plumbers and countless others, converged on San Francisco. Never before had such numbers assembled in one area. These workers would rebuild San Francisco. Using their bare hands and simple tools, they constructed one of America’s most beautiful cities. After a hundred years, we hear their story.

Broadcast on PBS television stations

Teacher's Study Guide

28 Minutes
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