California State Historic Landmark 448

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#448 Patchen
"Mountain Charley" McKiernan, one of earliest residents of the Santa Cruz Mountains, settled near here in 1850. John Martin Schultheis and his wife homesteaded land about a mile from here in 1852. Their home still standing (1950). The Patchen post office, named for a famous race horse, was located in this vicinity 1872-1920's.

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Nothing remains of this site.


Intersection of Old Santa Cruz Hwy (PM 3.57) and Mtn Charlie Rd, 1.2 mi SE of Holy City.

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