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Classification Books
Object ID 2008-20-23
Title Point Cabrillo
Author Rogerson, Bruce, Ginny Rorby, Jim Kimbrell
Physical Description 26 pgs., illus.; 28 cm.
Published Date 2009
Summary The history of Point Cabrillo is divided into two parts - before the 1850 wreck of the clipper brig, Frolic, and after. Point Cabrillo was home to the native Pomo for thousands of years but within a year after the wreck of the Frolic, the modern history of the Mendocino Coast began to unfold and with it, the history of the Point Cabrillo Light Station. This edition of the Mendocino Historical Review tells the story of the land, the light station and the people who lived in what is now Point Cabrillo Lightstation Historical State Park.
Subjects Indigenous peoples
Lighthouse keepers
People Aston, E.
Atkinson, Thomas
Bassett, George
Baumgartner, Wilhelm
Below, Charles
Gillispie, Vern
Heard, A.G.
Kane, William
Kimbrell, Jim
Lime, Bernard
Miller, Henry
Mohrweiss, Donald
Moll, A.B.
O'Guinn, Gene
O'Neil, Lester
Owens, William
Ritchie, Frank
Rogerson, Bruce
Rorby, Ginny
Ross, Alexander
Sawdey, W.S.
Scott, Albert
Simonsen, James
Snodgrass, Clarence
Taylor, Buck
Telgard, Martin
Search Terms Pomo
Pomo Indians