HUMBOLDT HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE, California - Drawing and Plan of the Lighthouse as it was in 1890.
Humboldt Bay is the largest bay in California north of San Francisco. Two long thin spits separate the bay from the ocean, and a narrow opening between them provides the bay’s only entrance from the ocean. The town of Eureka was established along the shores of the northern portion of the bay in 1850, and just one year later, Humboldt Bay was chosen to receive one of the first eight lighthouses commissioned for the west coast.
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