Tenth segment of an interview with Roan McClure, member of a pioneer Fremont ranching family who grew up at the summit of Mission Peak. This segment features tidbits about Spanish and Ohlone settlers in the Mission Peak area and tells the story of how the 1868 earthquake turned the waters of Agua Caliente cold. Running time: 3:30.
Interview with Roan McClure
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|Author||Alison Chaiken and Roan McClure|
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