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Aptos History: A Look Back at Centuries of Mid-County History [Read more]

Cabrillo's account includes a brief mention of the North Coast including the fact that they saw "neither Native Americans nor ... [Read more]

Santa Cruz County, like California, underwent a massive transformation in the mid-19th century as the Mexican government turned over control ... [Read more]

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and Bartolome Ferrelo, flying the flag of Spain, explore the west coast of North America. [Read more]

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On the grounds of Santa Cruz Memorial Park can be found a neatly configured row of four small marble tombs which contain the bodies of the four children of Alfred and Sarah Hinds.

It was during the winter of 1876, when a dreaded diphtheria plague struck California unchecked, carrying away ..." [More]

Excerpted from A Walk Through Time: The Hinds Family Children by Janet Krassow and Randy Krassow