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Path of History

Monterey State Historic Park’s two-mile, self-guided walking tour leads to the Customs House, built by the Mexican government in 1827 (it’s the oldest government building west of the Rockies); Pacific House, a former hotel and salon since converted to a Gold Rush-era museum; Stevenson House, which displays memorabilia of Robert Louis Stevenson, the Treasure Island author who lived here in 1879; and Colton Hall, an historic building where convention delegates met in 1849 to draft the first state constitution. 

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