Bernal History Project
Bernal Heights is a hilltop village, tucked away in the southern part of San Francisco. Freeways and urban thoroughfares now bound a neighborhood once defined by the swamps and creeks of the original Mexican land grant. From the 1860s legend of Widow O'Brien's cow to the current fight over the preservation of the branch library's murals, residents have tirelessly guarded and recorded their environment. Bernal is diverse, vibrant, and still evolving.
This site aims to provide a solid basis in researching the neighborhood. Browse the links, subscribe to our newsletter, and contact us if you want to know more about anything Bernal-related not shown here.
Apr 18, 2015 12:30pm-2:30pm (Saturday) at Bernal Heights Hill
Bernal Heights natural history walk hosted by Bernal Hill Preservation
This isn't hosted by us, but some of us will be there, and we're glad to support this event because natural history is part of Bernal Heights history. More Info...
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- Bernal Heights Club Holds Naval Rally November 27, 1920 San Francisco Chronicle
The Bernal Heights Athletic Club held a Navy recruiting rally at 515 Cortland avenue last night. The U.S.S. California band and entertainers took part. Governor W.D. Stephens was scheduled to speak in behalf of the club's annual Christmas benefit for the children of the district, but was called to Sacramento.