The mouth of Drakes Estero, widely recognized as the most likely location of Sir Francis Drake’s landing on the Pacific coast in 1579, is getting additional recognition from the state. The site of the encampment Drake called New Albion, located in the Point Reyes National Seashore and already recognized by the National Park Service, became a California Historical Landmark . . .

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