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THE BRIG FROLIC — 1850

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In the summer of 1850 a sailing brig named the Frolic struck the reef just north of Point Cabrillo and settled in a cove at the north end of what is now the Preserve property. Dubbed "the most significant shipwreck on the west coast" by historians at the San Francisco Maritime Museum, the story of the Frolic was researched by Dr. Thomas Layton, an Archaeologist and head of the Anthropology Dept. at San Jose State University.


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