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The text above is excerpted from the following report on file at Sonoma County PRMD: Historic Resources Inventory, Foothill Resources, Ltd., West Dry Creek Road, Sonoma County, California, October 2007.

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    1998   The California Register of Historical Resources, Public Resources Code, Chapter 11.5, implemented January 1, 1998.
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    2004 “The Prophetess of Powell Avenue: Ellen G. White and the History of the Seventh Day Adventists in Healdsburg.” A History of Healdsburg, As Reviewed Through Articles Appearing in the Russian River Recorder. Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society, Healdsburg.
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  • 1865   Plat of the Hills Bordering on Dry Creek Valley and Rancho Tzabaco. Charles E. Hutton. Map of east side of valley, recorded at the request of L.A. Norton. On file, Sonoma County Recorder, Santa Rosa.
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    1984   A Field Guide to American Houses. Alfred A. Knopf, New York.
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  • Reynolds & Proctor
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    2002   Everett Ridge Winery: Owners Were “Guided” to Choose the Winery’s New Name. Russian River Recorder, Issue 78. Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society, Healdsburg.
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