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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 431: Lake Merced

Lake Merced has been an important area of San Francisco before there even was a San Francisco. This week, we chronicle the pre-European history, Spanish settlement, and the emergence of Lake Merced as an important San Francisco resource.
- May 22, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 431: Lake Merced Outside Lands Podcast Episode 431: Lake Merced

(above) Lake Merced, South Lake, circa 1923

Tules, De Soto with rumble seat

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