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Annapolis and the Gualala River
Annapolis and the Gualala River
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Annapolis and the Gualala River

Tammy Durston, Steve Oliff
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Annapolis and the Gualala River

Tammy Durston, Steve Oliff
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Annapolisa hidden jewel of a communityis tucked into the timber-filled ridges above the jagged northern Sonoma coastline. Undeterred by the steep, mountainous terrain and rugged living, early settlers were first lured to the area by the timber. They quickly discovered Annapolis had perfect weather for apple farming. At the beginning of the 20th century, almost every farm had apples, and apple dryers dotted the hills. The wild Gualala River, known for Coho salmon and steelhead trout, is 32 miles long and flows through the Annapolis area before meeting the Pacific Ocean. Early Native American Pomo tribes settled along this important river, which eventually served as a boundary between Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.

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Publisher
Arcadia Publishing Inc.
Year
2010
ISBN
9781439625200
Topic
History
Subtopic
North American History

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