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[[File: 9 1869 Camino del Puerto.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>'''La Cañada Camino del Puerto <br> Prisoners' Harbor, Santa Cruz Island, 1869'''<br>No wagon road existed, the camino being a trail.</center>]]
[[File: 9 1869 Camino del Puerto.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>'''La Cañada Camino del Puerto <br> Prisoners' Harbor, Santa Cruz Island, 1869'''<br>No wagon road existed, the camino being a trail.</center>]]


[[File:S&A 1922 pg 11a.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Narrow point of Cañada del Puerto a short distance below Main Ranch showing surface water flow, oak trees and steep hillsides.<br> Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922</center>]]
[[File:S&A 1922 pg 11a.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Narrow point of Cañada del Puerto a short distance below Main Ranch showing <br>surface water flow, oak trees and steep hillsides.<br> Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922</center>]]
 
[[File:S&A 1922 pg 11b.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Cañada del Puerto at point half way between Main Ranch and Prisoners' Harbor where it commences to widen out, showing dry wash, surface flow, oaks and nature of the hills. <br> Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922</center>]]






<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Cañada del Puerto, Santa Cruz Island'''</span>, main watershed canyon draining from the Central Valley to Prisoners' Harbor. This canyon serves as the main access road from the harbor to the Main Ranch, a distance of about three miles.
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Cañada del Puerto, Santa Cruz Island'''</span>, main watershed canyon draining from the Central Valley to Prisoners' Harbor. This canyon serves as the main access road from the harbor to the Main Ranch, a distance of about three miles.

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La Cañada Camino del Puerto
Prisoners' Harbor, Santa Cruz Island, 1869

No wagon road existed, the camino being a trail.
Narrow point of Cañada del Puerto a short distance below Main Ranch showing
surface water flow, oak trees and steep hillsides.
Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922
Cañada del Puerto at point half way between Main Ranch and Prisoners' Harbor where it commences to widen out, showing dry wash, surface flow, oaks and nature of the hills.
Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922


Cañada del Puerto, Santa Cruz Island, main watershed canyon draining from the Central Valley to Prisoners' Harbor. This canyon serves as the main access road from the harbor to the Main Ranch, a distance of about three miles.