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The Rancho San Andres Castro Adobe: Chronology of Owners Since Mid-1850s

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Seven adobes once stood in the Pajaro Valley in the Monterey Bay area in 1850, among them those of the Castro, Amesti, Rodriguez, and Vallejo families. All are now gone, with the exception of the two-story Rancho San Andres Castro Adobe, a few miles north of Watsonville, California. The structure has great historical significance because it is the only surviving rancho hacienda of the Mexican Colonial Period. Even the adobe mounds and stone remnants of the other six adobes which remained for awhile are now gone. The ...

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The Rancho San Andres Castro Adobe: Chronology of Owners Since Mid-1850s
2010, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, North Charleston SC

ISBN-13: 9781450575362

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