Introducing Populations (San Francisco)

In this episode we explore the sudden introduction of the San Francisco population in 1849. We will also examine the aftermath of the earthquake and fire that leveled the city in the early 1800’s.

I almost did not make a video this week and at the last minute managed to pull one off. The video, editing, and thumbnail took about 6 hours (before midnight). Usually I spend a week making these.
My dog ran away last Monday (fortunately only to the nearest neighbors house). I was so happy to see him again and told him I would stop making videos (or staring at the screen).

It was a nice week and I felt more present and rested. I thought it would be ok to spend this Saturday evening making one little video.

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