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Jose Eusebio Boronda Adobe

333 Boronda Rd, Salinas, CA 93907

Nestled on 5 acres on the outskirts of Salinas surrounded by agriculture fields sits the 1844 Jose Eusebio Boronda Adobe listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built on 2,230 acre Rancho Rinconada del Zanjon; the 1897 Little Red Lagunita Schoolhouse built in 1897 a piece if Americana history and written about in John Steinbeck's the Red Pony; World War II Bataan Monument dedicated to the one hundred and five brave men of Company C 194th Tank Battalion of the Salinas and Pajaro Valleys who marched in the Bataan Death March; Filipino Farm Labor Bunkhouse moved from Balestra Farms and donated to the Society by the Bunn & Yuki families. Completely restored by the Filipino American National Historical Society (Monterey Bay chapter) the building depicts the living conditions of Filipino Farm Laborers, and for researchers the Robert B. Johnston Archival Vault housing the majority of Monterey County History with over one-million plus pieces and over 80,000 photographs

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