Marin County Supervisors approved a letter last week to federal officials supporting the inclusion of Drakes Bay as a national historic landmark. The drafting was proposed by supervisors Susan Adams and Steve Kinsey in part because recently “new archaeological evidence has emerged in the form of pieces of porcelain which have been dated to 1579, the year that Drake . . .

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