September 6 San Francisco Chronicle article features Lower Presidio Historic Park

Wallace Baine’s September 6 article in the San Francisco Chronicle features the Lower Presidio Historic Park and Monterey’s role in California history.

“To the left of the entrance to the Lower Presidio Historic Park near downtown Monterey, tucked neatly by the off-ramp from Lighthouse Avenue, is a tiny, inconspicuous shaded oak grove that is one of the most significant plots of land in all of California. It’s there in 1602 that Spanish explorer Sebastian Vizcaino and his men gathered for the first Catholic Mass on California soil…”