California State Historic Landmark 449

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#449 Glenwood
Historic town founded by Charles C. Martin, who came around horn in 1847, and his wife, Hannah Carver Martin, who crossed the isthmus. First homesteaded area in 1851 and operated toll-gate and station for stage coaches crossing mountains. Later Martin developed lumber mill, winery, store, and Glenwood Resort Hotel.

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4171 Glenwood Dr, 0.4 mi N of Glenwood Cutoff Rd (Martin Rd), NE of Scotts Valley.

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