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Marcus Victor Lopez

Montecito resident

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In the middle of Montecito, surrounded by multi-million-dollar mansions, is a collection of humble wooden houses. They belong to a group of Chumash Indians.

The first residents of Montecito refuse to leave

In the middle of Montecito, surrounded by multi-million-dollar mansions, is a collection of humble wooden houses. They belong to a group of Chumash Indians.

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