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The Fossil Sea Cow, by Frank Perry
The skeleton is from a fossil sea cow (Dusisiren jordani) that lived in the Santa Cruz area 10 to 12 ... [Read more]

Laura J. F. Hecox, by Frank Perry
From 1869 to 1941 the federal government maintained a white, two-story lighthouse at Santa Cruz. Located near the site of ... [Read more]

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Robert "Bob" Majors, a descendent of the famous Castro family, is regarded as one of the most brave and quick-witted lawman who ever wore a badge in Santa Cruz County. Majors first made a name for himself in 1871 when the infamous bandito Tiburcio Vasquez rode, with his outlaw gag, ..." [More]

Excerpted from A Walk Through Time: Robert Majors by Janet Krassow and Randy Krassow