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Copperheads--Part 2, by Phil Reader
During the year of 1864, the mountains above the village of Corralitos were a hotbed of pro-secessionist activity. Two separate ... [Read more]

Copperheads--Part 3, by Phil Reader
The next band of Confederate guerrillas to hide out at the mountain camp among the redwoods above Corralitos was the ... [Read more]

The cultivation of strawberries, which has become such a large and extensive business here, had a very small beginning. [Read more]

Except at the plant of the Pacific Limestone Products Company [more information in the article on limestone] where a small ... [Read more]

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The United States was not at war with Japan when, on December 7, 1941, Japan attacked the U.S. Naval Fleet at Pearl Harbor. The day after, the United States declared war on Japan. During the first part of the War, the newspapers carried articles that reveal fears of external attack ..." [More]

Excerpted from Fear of Attack, Fear of Sabotage, Arrests by Rechs Ann Pedersen