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A girl in a formal dress runs across the lobby, then disappears into thin air. In an empty Mermaid Room, ... [Read more]

Blessed with a picturesque mountain setting, abundant natural resources, and an equitable climate, the San Lorenzo Watershed has long attracted ... [Read more]

The hallowed grounds of Mount Hermon's Christian retreat have a colorful past. In 1841 the redwood preserve hosted California's first ... [Read more]

An overgrown, two-tiered fountain near the south entrance to Ben Lomond stands as a relic of the glory days of ... [Read more]

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The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (originally the San Lorenzo Valley County Water District) was formed by a special election ... [Read more]

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California land laws had been passed prior to World War II and were in effect throughout the War. They denied "aliens ineligible to citizenship" land ownership rights given to citizens and other aliens. "Aliens ineligible to citizenship" meant Asian aliens since they were the ones who were ineligible for naturalization ..." [More]

Excerpted from Alien Land Laws by Rechs Ann Pedersen