Almost 30 years ago, local historian Dewey Livingston, then a historical technician for the Point Reyes National Seashore, defined the boundaries of an area within the park that he thought might be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places due to its significance in the evolution of the California dairy industry. 

The park’s ultimate . . .

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