*Updated June 2017*
LEFT: Archaeologist Paul Chace first detailed the Cole Ranch finds in the Pacific Coast Archaeology Society Quarterly, noting the find was reportedly made by a plowman circa 1902 or earlier. (Locating the Buck Ranch Prehistoric Burial Ground, Huntington Beach, Vol. 40, No. 2, 2008)
RIGHT: A cogged stone found in Orange County on display at the Bowers Museum. (Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California)
RIGHT: Chinigchinich (Image, University of California - Irvine, Native American Religion and the Environmental Ethic, Winter Quarter 2012)
LEFT: Annotated aerial photograph of the Bolsa Chica showing Warner Avenue (formerly Wintersburg Avenue) north of the wetlands, the Wintersburg Channel, as well as the upper and lower mesas. The reference to "Little Pocket" wetland is a translation of the name, Bolsa Chica. (Photo, California Fish and Game, dfg.ca.gov)
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