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Surfing in America can be traced back to July 1885 when three Hawaiian princes ventured to Santa Cruz, California. David Kawananakoa, Edward Keliiahonui, and Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana’ole surfed the river mouth of the San Lorenzo River on custom-shaped big redwood boards, becoming the first people to tackle the America surf. Twenty years later, George Freeth came over from Hawaii, and headed to California to demonstrate surfing to the locals as a publicity stunt to promote the opening of the Los Angeles-Redondo-Huntington railroad, owned by Henry Huntington. George showed America surfing as it should be when he surfed at the now-famous Huntington Beach pier; he then traveled up and down the coast demonstrating surfing to the public, as well as his lifeguard skills.