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<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Justinian House, Santa Cruz Island'''</span>, is the name given by Carey Stanton to the oldest two story adobe at the Main Ranch. This building first appears in a watercolor painted by  U.S. Coast Survey artist, James Madison Alden, in 1855 entitled ''Rancho & Valley Santa Cruz Island, California''. This is the first known view of Santa Cruz Island. It depicts an adobe (Justinian House) at the Main Ranch in the island’s Central Valley, a man on horseback, several fenced fields and a haystack. The view is facing the Portezuela Grade to the west. The name commemorates [[CAIRE, Justinian|Justinian Caire]].
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Justinian House, Santa Cruz Island'''</span>, is the name given by [[STANTON, Carey|Carey Stanton]] to the oldest two story adobe at the Main Ranch. This building first appears in a watercolor painted by  U.S. Coast Survey artist, James Madison Alden, in 1855 entitled ''Rancho & Valley Santa Cruz Island, California''. This is the first known view of Santa Cruz Island. It depicts an adobe (Justinian House) at the Main Ranch in the island’s Central Valley, a man on horseback, several fenced fields and a haystack. The view is facing the Portezuela Grade to the west.  
 
The name commemorates [[CAIRE, Justinian|Justinian Caire]].

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Rancho & Valley, Santa Cruz Island, California, 1855
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Justinian House, Main Ranch, Santa Cruz Island
Justinian House, Main Ranch, Santa Cruz Island, 1932


Justinian House, Santa Cruz Island, is the name given by Carey Stanton to the oldest two story adobe at the Main Ranch. This building first appears in a watercolor painted by U.S. Coast Survey artist, James Madison Alden, in 1855 entitled Rancho & Valley Santa Cruz Island, California. This is the first known view of Santa Cruz Island. It depicts an adobe (Justinian House) at the Main Ranch in the island’s Central Valley, a man on horseback, several fenced fields and a haystack. The view is facing the Portezuela Grade to the west.

The name commemorates Justinian Caire.