Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park

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A visit to the Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park will bring you back to the largest privately owned adobe building in Northern California in the 1830-40’s.

Discover Mexican Ranchos: A Chapter of California History at Petaluma State Historic Park! The rancho period marks the end of the mission era in Alta California and the beginning of international commerce. General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo’s Mexican land grant, Rancho Petaluma, was the headquarters of his prosperous hide and tallow trade. Travel back in time to Petaluma State Historic Park to learn more about this chapter in California history.

The rancho period marks the end of the mission era in Alta California and the beginning of international commerce. General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo’s Mexican land grant, Rancho Petaluma, was the headquarters of his hide and tallow trade.

Book your live interactive PORTS On-Demand program below and bring your classroom back in time to Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park to learn how the labor of California Indians shaped General Vallejo’s vast land grant into a productive and prosperous rancho.

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