Dana Adobe or "Casa de Dana" is a historic building in Nipomo, California. It was the home of Boston sea captain William Dana, who in 1837 was granted the 37,888-acre (153.33 km 2) Rancho Nipomo in Southern California. Captain Dana hosted figures such as Henry Tefft and John C. Fremont in his Nipomo home, which also served as an important exchange point on California's first official mail route between Monterey and Los Angeles.
The building is listed on the
National Register of Historic Places. The entire Rancho Nipomo is listed as a [1 ] California Historical Landmark. [2 ]
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Angel, Myron (1983). History of San Luis Obispo County, California, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Friends of the Adobes, San Miguel, CA. ISBN 0-91354-866-9.
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