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  • Rudolf Steiner College was founded in 1976, but the beginnings of anthroposophical activity in Sacramento go back to the early 1940s. Lysbeth “Betty” Buck (1913–1987), a California native, came to know about Anthroposophy in England in the late 1930s and organized some activities when she returned to her home state. In 1959, she helped found the Sacramento Waldorf School. Four years later, Betty Buck was instrumental in forming the Faust Branch, the local branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America.

    A group of local people meeting with Carl and Christine Stegmann were inspired to create the College on February 22, 1976. It was first called the Sacramento Center for Anthroposophical Studies and its initial focus was the spiritual destiny of America. Carl then invited René and Merlyn Querido to join the endeavor. After their arrival in 1977, emphasis was placed on establishing a Foundation Year program to introduce students to the insights of Anthroposophy and a Teacher Training pr

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