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

Santa Cruz Owes Site to Spud Rush, by Ross Eric Gibson
The clock tower marks the heart of Santa Cruz. But this is hardly an ideal place for a downtown, and ... [Read more]

The wealth of natural resources in Santa Cruz County was obvious to the first pioneers in the area. A major ... [Read more]

The Santa Cruz Wharf, by Ross Eric Gibson
The 80-year-old Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf has been undergoing its first face lift in 30 years. The past few years ... [Read more]

Fred W. Swanton grew up in Santa Cruz and attended Heald's Business College in San Francisco. His career was that ... [Read more]

1001 Stagnaros, by Geoffrey Dunn
One of Robert "Big Boy" Stagnaro's earliest childhood memories is of a small hole next to his father's fish market ... [Read more]

Back in the days when the roads leading into town were dirt and narrow, a series of piers lined the ... [Read more]

The present (1999) Municipal Wharf was built in 1914 and was the fifth wharf to be built in the harbor. ... [Read more]

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[In the Library's collection are issues of the High School's monthly newspaper, the "Trident. " from 1908 to 1913. Below is the School News section from the first issue of the Fall term, September 1912. It gives us a sense of school life at that time. RAP-ed. ]


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Excerpted from School News: An excerpt from the September, 1912 issue of the "Trident"