Re: Your local History/Archaeology
There is little (or nothing) worth finding around here. The climate and the abundance of game made the native tribes ... very laid back. They weren't much for creating tools or artifacts, and went in, one supposes, for cultural riches of the sort that were lost along with their languages.
There is a shell-mound and a handful of Ohlone huts kept behind a chain-link fence in a park near here. There are some mysterious stone walls scattered around up in the hills -- not that old, but interesting because no one can figure out who built them, or why, since they don't correspond to any known boundary lines. That's about it.