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Contents Sec. 1. The first Santa Clarans: The first Santa Clarans / Russell K. Skowronek -- Today's Native Americans in the Santa Clara area / Ann-Marie Sayers -- Sec. 2. Mission Santa Clara: The California context / Robert M. Senkewicz -- The indigenous presence in the Colonial visual culture of Mexico and the Southwest / Constance Cortez -- History of Indian assimilation into Mission Santa Clara / Randall Milliken -- Telling the Mission Santa Clara de Asis story: a reconstruction based on archaeological and documentary evidence / Russell K. Skowronek -- Demographic patterns at Santa Clara Mission, 1777-1840 / Robert H. Jackson -- Sec. 3. Nineteenth-century Santa Clara: The immigrants who built Santa Clara / Lorie Garcia -- Santa Clara University and the Jesuit tradition of education / Paul J. Fitzgerald, SJ -- "A very happy group" Nineteenth century student life at Santa Clara / George F. Giacomini Jr. -- Sec. 4. Twentieth Century Santa Clara: Early history of science at Santa Clara / Carl H. Hayn, SJ -- The Great depression and World War II: recollections of Santa Clara University / Leonard McKay -- The Ricard Memorial Observatory, a bridge across time / Philip R. Kesten -- Ground zero for Silicon Valley, the last fifty years: a personal perspective / Lorie Garcia and Patricia Mahan -- Sec. 5. Epilogue: Santa Clara past and future: The Mission Bell's toll / Michael S. Malone -- Santa Clara University: 2025 / Paul Locatelli, SJ.