Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The Americana Expo was so popular that FC decided to sponsor a second one, Expo II: Our Cultural Heritage. While the first Expo looked at the crafts heritage from colonial to modern times, the 1977 event was a salute to the crafts heritage of American culture. There were ethnic food preparation demonstrations, along with displays of Native American pottery and baskets, African art, and mining artifacts. Early tours of the Expos were offered to area school children, and on April 15, 1977, four classes from the adjacent Wilshire School converged on the campus for a sneak preview.
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