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On June 18, 1805, Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga, on his first exploratory journey into the San Joaquin Valley traversed this pass and recorded it.
Since then it has been trail, toll road, stagecoach road, and freeway — the principal route bet…
They gave up their Tomorrows so we could have our Todays
Pvt. Manuel M. Lopes, Army, 1895 - 1920, WWI - Europe, American Legion Post 240 - Named in his honor · S.F.C. Frank A. Salsa, Jr., Navy, 1918 - 1944, K.I.A. - Anzio Beach, Italy &m…
This building house the Enterprise School1887 - 1911Gustine's first school moved to this site in 1911Restored in 1981 by William J. HayesMary Lou Hayes368 Fifth St., Gustine
These trees are dedicated to the memoryof those United States Submariners who made theultimate sacrifice, so that we might live in freedom.
DedicatedTo those men of theFirst Marine Division - FMFWho gave their livesin the service oftheir County
World War II, Korea, VietnamSouthwest Asia
This cemetery is dedicated to the memory of all the patriotic men and women who answered their country's call to service. Their inspiring contribution will help preserve in the hearts and lives of all Americans the spirit of patriotism, the love o…
This Mission Revival Style building, the only surviving one of four, constructed in 1911 in Gustine as a justice court and served as Township No. 6's jail from 1911 to 1980. Leased by the Gustine Historical Society in 1985 and refurbished with the…