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[[File:Yates Cave, Anacapa Island, 1890.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Yates Cave [Frenchy's Cave], Anacapa Island, 1890</center>]]
  
 
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Frenchy’s Cave, Anacapa Island'''</span>, also known as [[Yates Cave, Anacapa Island]] is about 2000 feet west of Frenchy’s Cove on the north side of West Anacapa Island. It is marked on the Anacapa Island U.S.G.S. topographic map. The cave has a water entrance and a cobble beach adjoining an unusual sloping sand dune inside its huge interior chamber. During Prohibition it was used by Frenchy to store bootlegged liquor. In March 1946, Bernice Brown survived the sinking of the ''[[Nancy B]]'' by swimming to Frenchy’s Cove. She was found alive fourteen days after the sinking, and was the lone survivor.
 
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Frenchy’s Cave, Anacapa Island'''</span>, also known as [[Yates Cave, Anacapa Island]] is about 2000 feet west of Frenchy’s Cove on the north side of West Anacapa Island. It is marked on the Anacapa Island U.S.G.S. topographic map. The cave has a water entrance and a cobble beach adjoining an unusual sloping sand dune inside its huge interior chamber. During Prohibition it was used by Frenchy to store bootlegged liquor. In March 1946, Bernice Brown survived the sinking of the ''[[Nancy B]]'' by swimming to Frenchy’s Cove. She was found alive fourteen days after the sinking, and was the lone survivor.

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Yates Cave [Frenchy's Cave], Anacapa Island, 1890

Frenchy’s Cave, Anacapa Island, also known as Yates Cave, Anacapa Island is about 2000 feet west of Frenchy’s Cove on the north side of West Anacapa Island. It is marked on the Anacapa Island U.S.G.S. topographic map. The cave has a water entrance and a cobble beach adjoining an unusual sloping sand dune inside its huge interior chamber. During Prohibition it was used by Frenchy to store bootlegged liquor. In March 1946, Bernice Brown survived the sinking of the Nancy B by swimming to Frenchy’s Cove. She was found alive fourteen days after the sinking, and was the lone survivor.