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Names and Their Histories: A Handbook of Historical Geography and ... - Page 178
by Isaac Taylor - 1898 - 400 pages
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The resources of California: comprising agriculture, mining, geography ...

John Shertzer Hittell - Agriculture - 1863 - 464 pages
...Sacramento. § 278. Los Angeles. — The town of Los Angeles, formerly called Pueblo de los Angeles, or the Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles — the town of the Queen of the Angels — is the largest town in the southern part of the state, and has a population of about 3,500. It...
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The Resources of California: Comprising the Society, Climate, Salubrity ...

John Shertzer Hittell - California - 1874 - 443 pages
...Railroad. § 49. Los Angeles. — The town of Los Angeles, formerly called Pueblo de los Angeles, or the Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles — the town of the Queen of the Angels — the largest o » oo town in the southern part of the State, had a population of 5,728 in 1870....
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The Englishman's illustrated guide book to the United States and Canada

Montgomery Gibbs - 1883 - 1883 pages
...Los ANGELES (Hotels : Cosmopolitan, Pico, Si Charles, and Weavers). The Spanish name of the city was "Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles," the town of the Queen of the Angels. It was founded in 1780. The town stands on the western bank of the Los Angeles River, and climbs up...
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Tour of the St. Elmo's: From the Nutmeg State to the Golden Gate

Edwin Brownson Everitt - Overland journeys to the Pacific - 1883 - 217 pages
...strange commingling of life in the streets of charming Los Angeles. From Itinerary. "Los Angeles, or the pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles (the town of the Queen of the Angels), to give its old Spanish Mexican title in full, is the capital of the county of the same name, and the...
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Hittell's Hand-book of Pacific Coast Travel

John Shertzer Hittell - Pacific Coast - 1885 - 263 pages
...adjacent portion of Mexico. The City of Los Angeles, styled by the Spaniards when they laid it out, El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles — the Town of the Queen of the Angels — founded September 4th, 1781, is situated 14 miles east from the Pacific, at the mouth of a gorge...
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King's Handbook of the United States

Moses Foster Sweetser - United States - 1892 - 939 pages
...buildings. The metropolis of Southern California was founded by twelve Spanish soldiers, who named it El Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles, the Town of the Queen of the Angels. The mild and delightful climate of this valley has made it a sanitarium for thousands of Eastern people,...
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Names and Their Histories: Alphabetically Arranged as a Handbook of ...

Isaac Taylor - Names, Geographical - 1896 - 392 pages
...while either Lotharingia or Lothari regnum might become Lot-rθgne and then LORRAINE in French. Lps Angeles, in California, was founded in 1781 under...Scotch counties. Skene holds it was the Regio Loidis of Baeda (654). It is called Lothene in the Saxon Chronicle, Laodonia in an early charter, and Lethead...
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Los Angeles: Biography of a City

John Caughey, LaRee Caughey - History - 1977 - 509 pages
"Its intelligent combination of essays reveals much about Los Angeles which does not always find its way into socio-historical texts about the area. The editors' remarks ...
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The California Winter League: America's First Integrated Professional ...

William McNeil - Sports & Recreation - 2002 - 325 pages
...settlers were a potpourri of races, including Spaniards, Mulattos, Mestizos, Blacks, and Indians. El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles (The Town of the Queen of Angels) was officially settled on September 4, 1781. According to the University of Southern California...
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Blood and Bitter Wind: A Novel of the California Gold Fields

Earl Murray - Fiction - 2004 - 320 pages
...seemed they might beat the storm to port after all. Everyone felt anxious to get on from San Pedro to El Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles, the Town of the Queen of Angels, and begin the trip toward instant wealth. The foothills along the lower Sierra Nevada, the...
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