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Turlock, CA -- U.S. city in California
Population (2000): 55810
Housing Units (2000): 19095
Land area (2000): 13.304806 sq. miles (34.459289 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 13.304806 sq. miles (34.459289 sq. km)
FIPS code: 80812
Located within: California (CA), FIPS 06
Location: 37.505725 N, 120.849019 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 95380
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Turlock, CA

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The fact that Captain Turlock was now able to berth each weekend at Patamoke allowed him and Caveny to go duck hunting, with such good results that the two watermen accumulated surplus income in the Steed bank.

The first long trip was up the bay to Devon Island, where Janney had come to help burn off more acreage for tobacco, and what Turlock saw there was a revelation: a decent house, a wife who kept it neat and who educated her sons, a Papist chapel of their own, and other appurtenances which bespoke wealth.

Once inside the Turlock office, with its Colonial furniture, North Carolina hooked rugs and subdued light illuminating transparencies of beautiful waterfront homes, the prospective buyer was lost.

Lamb suggested Stooby Turlock as a proper companion, and Nancy whined, All hes interested in is turtles, and as if she were a prophet, not six days later Stooby appeared at the Lamb home with a delicious diamondback terrapin, a gift, he said, because the Lambs had not taken his father to court for stealing a handcart.

Alerted, Amos Turlock came to the Dutch door and opened the top half.

Threescore of Turlocks congregated in terror to watch the burning, and untold Cavenys, and when the visiting fire companies were assembled, powerless to fight the blaze, grim Amos Turlock moved among them, issuing guns and one simple command: If the niggers try to burn the rest of the town, kill em.

There was nothing Captain Turlock could do but forge ahead, hoping that his superior weight and expanse of filled sail would inflict greater damage than he received.

Captain Turlock made one successful run from the French island of Martinique to the Spanish port of Vera Cruz in Mexico, and there he loaded timber intended for Halifax, but a British gunboat had identified him as American and driven him from shore.

The Amer­ican prisoners were unchained, and after the English vessel had been stripped, it was turned over to Turlock and his gang, who now had a fine London frigate in place of their hog-backed sloop, and with it they captured an English trader making for Plymouth.

Steel forever marked the line of demarcation between the races: Delano, Madera, Merced, Livingston, Hughson, Turlock, Modesto, Riverbank, Waterford, Escalon, Salida, Manteca, Tracy, Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento, Marysville and on up into the north country.

At the head of the little creek which separated the marsh from fast land, there was a hut of the meanest sort, occupied by Turlock, his Indian woman and twin half-breeds that had been mysteriously born to them.

I used to live up there, Matthew said, indicating the log cabin which Turlocks had occupied for two centuries.

Matthew said, indicating the log cabin which Turlocks had occupied for two centuries.

At quarter to two the wind rose substantially and Turlock told his men, At four itll be near gale.

Turlock, however, asked the captain if he could serve on the next oystering, and the Deal Island man said, “Come aboard,” so Jake dredged for six days, and when he came ashore he told Caveny, “That’s the finest boat’s ever been built.