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On a Tomales Bay cove, the National Park Service is restoring a cottage first built by Coast Miwok between 1890 and 1910. Later additions have been removed.   David Briggs

A restoration is underway at Lairds Landing, a remote spot on the western shore of Tomales Bay that teems with local history.

A Coast Miwok settlement and, more recently, home to late artist and fisherman Clayton Lewis, who altered many of the site’s structures, Lairds Landing presents disparate threads of history that Point Reyes National Seashore . . .

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