Harbor, Santa Cruz Island

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Harbor, Santa Cruz Island, a survey station established by William E. Greenwell and his aid, Preston C. F. West on Tuesday, June 30, 1857.

“It is situated on the second ridge east of the valley at the beach. The best way to get to it is to follow the trail leading from commencement of first ridge until it branches off to the left. When you get in the main part of the second ridge, follow it down to the left, and about halfway from where you leave the trail to the edge of the bluff, you will find the signal.”

This triangulation station appears on the Santa Cruz Island Sheet C topographic map.