Captain John P. Davenport

Captain John P. Davenport, a sea captain from Tiverton, Rhode Island. He and his wife, Ellen, moved to California in 1852. In 1868, he built a 450 foot wharf in the cove at the mouth of Agua Puerca Creek, a short way up the coast from the present day community of Davenport. The area around the wharf became known as Davenport's Landing.

Source of information: Article on this Website, see link below

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Date: ca. 1852
Type: PHOTO
Coverage: 1850s
Rights: This photograph is the property of Alverda Orlando.

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Identifier: LH-ao02

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“Captain John P. Davenport.” ca. 1852. SCPL Local History. https://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/items/show/9887. Accessed 11 Dec. 2018.