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140 Years of Railroading in Santa Cruz County , by Rick HammanIn the summer of 1856 Davis & Jordon opened their horse powered railroad to haul lime from the Rancho Canada ... [Read more]
140 Years of Railroading in Santa Cruz County, by Rick HammanOnce good rail service had been established into and out of Santa Cruz County the resources therein were accessible for ... [Read more]
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This is part of The History of Floods on the San Lorenzo River in the City of Santa Cruz.
Excerpted from Degree of Damage and Public Reaction to Floods by Daniel McMahon