Legendary Locals of the Mendonoma Coast

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Overview
The Sonoma Mendocino coastline, famous for jagged cliffs, timber-filled ridges, and pounding surf, has been home to many people from varying histories and backgrounds. Pomo tribes, renowned for basketmaking, who were the first settlers and descendants, still live in the area. From early pioneers such as George Call, H.A. Richardson, Cyrus Robinson, J.A. Hamilton, and Antonio Stornetta to Pomo spiritual leader Essie Parrish and the founders of Sea Ranch (Al Boeke, and the team of designers and architects Lawrence Halprin, Charles Moore, William Turnbull, Donlyn Lyndon, and Richard Whitaker), the Sonoma Mendocino coast has many legendary locals. This area also has been home to renowned artists, musicians, writers, scientists, educators, and business leaders. Community services are especially vital to rural areas. Dedicated volunteers created Gualala Arts, services for seniors and youth, the Coast Library, theater groups, and restored historic buildings such as the famous Point Arena Lighthouse. These unsung heroes have brought new meaning to this vibrant community.
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ISBN: 9781467100137
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: California
Series: Legendary Locals
Images: 191
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Working with the Sonoma, Mendocino, and Annapolis Historical Societies, as well as with many local residents, Tammy Durston, a freelance writer and professional researcher, collected photographs to tell the stories of these local heroes.
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