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First Pacific Terminal Jefferson Davis Highway Presented To City of San Diego May 12, 1926 By California Division United Daughters of the Confederacy Replaced May 12, 1956
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En homenaje a la expedicion espania niegrada por los buques San Salvador, Victoria Y San Miguel que arribo a San Diego el 28 de septiembre de 1542 a mando de Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo quien tomo posesion de estas tierras en nombre de su Maj…
Piece by piece through many years he acquired these acres, the site of the first Spanish settlement in California. He erected this building. He planted the trees and shrubs and nurtured their growth with tireless devotion, and when the barren hill…
On September 28, 1542, Juan Rodriquez Cabríllo and his crew sailed into this harbor and became first Europeans to set foot on what would later become the west coast of the United States. The exact landing area is not known, but many believe that …
No lighthouse kept vigil over the harbor four centuries ago when Cabrillo sailed into the bay. There were no channel buoys, fog horns, or local charts to guide mariners safely to anchor. Today, however, the Coast Guard and Port of San Diego provid…
He laid the foundation of the National Park Service defining and establishing the policies under which its areas shall be developed and conserved unimpaired for future generations. There will never come and end to the good that he has done.
This monument honors the past and present surfers at Tourmaline Canyon Surfing Park who have embraced its beach, surf and camaraderie. Since the opening of the park in May 1963, Tourmaline's local surfers have shared their time, skills, and wisdom…
1829   Large adobe-block townhouse buiilt by José Antonio Etudillo. Included servants' quarter, work and storage rooms, living and dining rooms, and Roman Catholic chapel. 1884   Helen Hunt Jackson's Ramona published, linking the casa …
Dedicated to Lt. George H. Derby U.S.A 1823 — 1861 Humorist, Engineer, and Builder of the first dike to safeguard San Diego Bay as a navigable harbor. San Diego Chapter D.A.R. San Diego Chapter S.A.R. Nov. 3, 1962
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