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3/28/1964-Crescent City, CA- Unidentified man (l) stands amid debris-ridden city where martial law was declared after tremendous tidal waves from the Anchorage, Alaska earthquake destroyed 150 businesses and killed at least nine persons. Twelve-foot tidal
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How a Deadly Tsunami and Mysterious Boat United Two Cities Oceans Apart

The tragedy at Crescent City, CA not only led to better protective measures, but forged a bond with Rikuzentakata, a Japanese city that was also recovering from the 2011 tsunami disaster. 
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California Coastal Trail

The Race to Save California's Last Old-Growth Redwood Forests

Can restoration efforts fix the mistakes of the past?
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Almost Complete, The Humboldt Bay Trail Realizes a Community's Dream

For over 20 years, Humboldt Bay residents have been chasing the dream of a complete 14-mile trail around the Bay. They have four miles to go.
Enlightened Christian warfare in the 19th century. Massacre of Indian women and children in Idaho by white scouts and their red allies. Engraving, 1868. | Getty Images
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California Coastal Trail

When Native Americans Were Forcibly Removed From a Mendocino Indian Reservation

In the mid-1800s, Native Americans were forcibly removed from what is today MacKerricher State Park in Mendocino County. It was one of a series of forced marches of indigenous Californians.
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California Coastal Trail

What Does It Take To Turn a Former Lumber Mill Into a Public Park?

It would be 13 years and millions of dollars until a former mill site was transformed into what Fort Bragg considers its crown jewel, Noyo Headlands Park. 
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Did an Ancient Sport Help Save an Endangered Species?

The surprising role that the ancient sport of falconry has played in the conservation of the peregrine falcon.
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