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Mendocino County Museum

Mendocino County Museum

Exhibits cover a number of topics, including the 1960's counterculture, the Greenwood Stagecouch route, the voyage of the clipper ship Frolic, the racehorse Seabiscut, Native Americans, the San Francisco Earthquake, and frontier transportation, visitors can get an interesting and comprehensive presentation of life in Mendocino county in the 19th and 20th century.

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