Kenny Slaught Lists Gaviota Gorge Tunnel and Burton Mound As Must See Sites of Santa Barbara

Burton Mound was found by explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542. The ancient indigenous village contains the most important archaeological proof for California. Cabrillo was the first European to ever visit California. Kenny Slaught mentions that diseases brought by the  Catholic churches in the early 19th century extinguished the villages’ population. Tourists also get the chance…

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Leaders And Inhabitants In Santa Barbara Are Dedicated To Community Development – Kenny Slaught

Santa Barbara is focused on its community, and this comes from its charity tradition. Kenny Slaught talks about the town’s many nonprofits, that continue the work started by the Santa Barbara Foundation in 1928. The charity organizations answer promptly to the community’s needs, which reduces the need to ask for assistance from national foundations.  Read…

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Kenny Slaught Examines Architecture Of Santa Barbara

The Spanish Colonial Revival style was started in the early 1900. It highlights the Spanish influenced architecture in the former Spanish colonies that later became American regions. The style is often encountered throughout California. Following the 1925 quake, Santa Barbara adopted it as an inspiration for rebuilding the city. Architect George Washington Smith was the…

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President Herbert Hoover Contributed Significantly to the Construction of Hoover Dam – Kenny Slaught

Hoover Dam was constructed during the Great Depression era, from 1931 to 1936, explains Kenny Slaught. The structure’s price was $49 million, and it was first called Boulder Dam. Its name was changed to Hoover Dam later as a tribute to its major contributor, President Herbert Hoover. Hoover Dam can generate over 4,2 billion kWh…

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