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With 100 Things to Do in Santa Cruz Before You Die, you'll find all the recommendations you need to explore this splendid oasis.
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Secret Walks & Staircases in Santa Cruz is a guidebook to interesting walks in Santa Cruz California ranging from one mile to more than six miles.
Things to do in Santa Cruz from books.google.com
In fact, Santa Cruz, or "Surf City" as its known, has become a popular destination for surfing aficionados of all ages. Surfing in Santa Cruz is a concise historical overview of the diverse and colorful surfing culture inhabiting the area.
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Learn about the rich history of Mission Santa Cruz: how it started, the people who ran it, the indigenous population, and its legacy today.
Things to do in Santa Cruz from books.google.com
At the beginning of the book, a map illustrates all the public lands in the mountains, and a separate chapter lists each unit of public land alphabetically.
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"First comprehensive book about the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk: Fred Swanton, "Father" of the Boardwalk; Cocoanut Grove ballroom; eliminating sin-- liquor and skimpy bathing suits; Neptune Casino-- tragic fire and reconstruction; famous ...
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Captured in over 200 photographs is a visual history of this notable California city. Santa Cruz County was created in 1850 as one of the new State of California's original counties.
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By examining historical records and drawing on oral histories and the work of anthropologists, archaeologists, ecologists, and psychologists, We Are Not Animals sets out to answer questions regarding who the Indigenous people in the Santa ...
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Tied together by authors who have committed their life’s work to the study of aridland rivers, this book offers a touching and scientifically grounded requiem for the Santa Cruz and every southwestern river.
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A World Without Police transcribes these new ideas—written in slogans and chants, over occupied bridges and hastily assembled barricades—into a compelling, must-read manifesto for police abolition.