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Bookmarks
   
 

Backroads of Northern California: Your Guide to Northern California's Most Scenic
Backroad Tours

David M. Wyman, '70, Social Science
(Voyageur Press, 2000, 160 pages)
www.voyageurpress.com

The following is an excerpt from page 152 of alum David Wyman's new book.


Butte Creek Canyon and
the Centerville Road

When I was a college student I would occasionally drive a few miles with my girlfriend to the Honey Run Road Covered Bridge in Butte Creek Canyon, not far from Chico State. We would walk across the bridge, listening to our footsteps echo inside the wooden span, listening to the water flowing beneath us, and then share a kiss in the night gone suddenly very still.

It's been a long time since I've kissed anyone at the covered bridge. But I have been back—in daylight—to enjoy the history and picturesque scenery of Butte Creek Canyon that I didn't quite care as much about when I was in college.

To reach the mouth of Butte Creek Canyon from California Highway 99, take the Skyway exit in Chico, drive northeast about a mile and a half, and turn left onto Honey Run Road. (The Skyway continues to the town of Paradise, traveling up the ridge that is the south wall of Butte Creek Canyon.) Honey Run Road quickly enters Butte Creek Canyon and travels beneath a canopy of oaks, liquid amber (sweetgum), and digger pines, following along the north side of Butte Creek. The black cliffs above the road are ancient lava flows that originated far to the north in the Cascade Range. Those flows, which continued for millions of years, cover the even older Sierra bedrock, which is exposed at the bottom of the canyon. Butte Creek Canyon is, then, a meeting place between two great mountain ranges.

 

New Publications by CSU, Chico Faculty

Designing and Using Databases
for School Improvement

Victoria L. Bernhardt, Professional Studies in Education (Eye on Education, 2000, 160 pages) 914-833-0761 (fax)

Parasitology and Vector Biology, 2nd Edition
Richard Demaree, Department of Biological Sciences, co-authored with W.C. Marquardt and R.B. Grieve (Harcourt Academic Press, 1999, 672 pages)
www.sagamorepub.com

Natural Resources and
the Informed Citizen

Steve Dennis, Department of Recreation and Parks Management
(Sagamore Publishing, 2000, 287 pages)
www.sagamorepub.com

Legislative Labyrinth:
Congress and Campaign

Finance Reform
Diana Dwyre, Department of Political Science
(CQ Press, 2000, 250 pages)
www.cqpress.com

Defending Access
Tom Fox, Department of English
(Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 1999, 122 pages) www.boyntoncook.com

The World's Best Places: A Teacher's Guide to World Heritage Sites
Mike Graf, Department of Education
(Heinemann, 2000, 114 pages)
800-541-2086; www.heinemann.com

Multicultural Education:
A Teacher's Guide to Linking Context,
Process, and Content

Hilda Hernandez, Department of Education
(Prentice Hall, 2001, 368 pages)
vig.prenhall.com

Global Issues 00/01
Robert Jackson, School of Graduate, International, and Sponsored Programs
(Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 2000, 229 pages)
www.dushkin.com/index.mhtml

God in the Details: American Religion in Popular Culture
Kate McCarthy, Department of Religious Studies, co-edited with Eric Mazur of Bucknell University (Routledge, 2000, 320 pages)
www.routledge-ny.com

Brain, Mind, and Behavior: A Workbook
Joyce L. Norman, Department of Psychology (Worth, 2000, 206 pages)
www.worthpub.com

Sympathetic Systems
Carole Simmons Oles, Department of English (Lynx House Press, 2000, 70 pages, poems)
509-624-4894

The Invention of Capitalism: Classical Political Economy and the Secret History of Primitive Accumulation
Michael Perelman, Department of Economics (Duke University Press, 2000, 432 pages) www.dukeupress.edu/books/index.shtml

Stress Management for Wellness, 4th edition
Walt Schafer, Department of Sociology (Harcourt College Publishers, 2000, 488 pages)
and Student Workbook to accompany
Stress Management for Wellness

Sharrie Herbold and Walt Schafer (Harcourt
College Publishers, 2000)
www.hbcollege.com

Study Guide/Activities Manual to accompany
Understanding Culture's Influence on Behavior

(2nd edition, by Richard Brislin)
Ted Singelis and Edward Vela,
Department of Psychology
(Harcourt College Publishers, 2000)
www.hbcollege.com

Bureaucratizing the Good Samaritan:
The Limitations of International Humanitarian
Relief Operations

Tony Waters, Department of Sociology
(Westview, 2000, 325 pages)
www.perseusbooksgroup.com/westview/prod.html

     
   



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