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Rancho Camulos Museum Filmore, California
This location had been on our radar for years and we were ready to do an investigation here until the quarantine hit the country. So we had to wait a few years, so we were beyond excited to get the okay to come on to property and do an investigation. The indigenous, the Tataviam people had a village here named, Kamulus. In 1839, the land was granted to Antonio del Valle by the governor. In 1853, Ygnacio - Antonio's son, built a four room adobe on the property. Many television and movie used the property as a location and many people speculate that the book, Ramona published in 1884 was based on the time author Helen Hunt Jackson has while she stayed at the Ranch. Rancho Camulos was added to the list of the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. In the year 2000, it was designated as a National Historic Landmark.
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