In the days before the boom of tourism, Guerneville was a pioneer town. The main enterprise consisting of lumber, men, women and children began their new lives on the western frontier in the shade of giant redwoods. The third edition of Guerneville Early Days is a compiled history spanning from 3000 B.C. to the early years of Guerneville’s pioneer history. John C. Schubert has been Guerneville’s historian since 1960. This book is the culmination of his life’s work, extending to over 50 years of research, collecting and compiling data and writing.
Step back in time to when the trees were massive, the water was wild and western civilization was in its infancy.