The novel helped in raising awareness about the Californio lifestyle. SCV Connection: Catalina Lopez is the relative of Francisco Lopez from whom we derive the site of the latter’s Placerita Canyon gold discovery as we know it. While it’s not entirely clear in Ripley, she appears to say Luisa Lopez (Mrs. 1856) was sister to Geronimo, daughter of Pedro and granddaughter of Francisco Lopez — which apparently would make Geronimo Lopez a grandson of Francisco. Per Ripley, Luisa in 1874 married her first husband, Thomas Dunne, the tollkeeper at Beale’s Cut, and lived with him in the toll house. 86002619 Date: August 14, 1986 County: Ventura Santa Paula / 1003 E. SCV Connection: Lyman Stewart and Wallace Hardison produced oil in Pico Canyon and operated out of Newhall in the 1880s before relocating downriver and establishing the Union Oil Co., in this building in Santa Paula. 86001986 Date: August 28, 1986 County: Ventura Bardsdale-Fillmore / 1418 Bardsdale Ave. Bard, who owned the Rancho San Francisco (western Santa Clarita Valley) from 1865 to 1875, donated the land and some of the funding to establish this church in 1898. 87000509 Date: February 26, 1987 County: Los Angeles Lancaster / 15701 East Ave.The original adobe home of Geronimo and Catalina Lopez became Lopez Station on Butterfield’s Overland Mail Company line. SCV Connection: Dating to the early 1930s, the museum houses 8,000 Native American artifacts including many from cultures in and around the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys.Geronimo Lopez was a Mexican Army messenger who in 1847 delivered the articles of capitulation from Gen.
Although depending on when you asked him it was Army or Marines. But Jeff was picked up by police on Valentine’s day after more than 5 people stepped forward with allegations against him.
Elvington conned at least five women by pretending to have different professions, including chef, military serviceman and private investigator, authorities said.
They are seeking the public’s help in identifying other victims. Times Casanova Nabbed On Valentine’s Day Here he has Special Forces, Ranger, and Sniper tabs! Here he was sporting a 3RD BN Ranger Scroll, but something is missing.
Anyone with information about the Elvington case is urged to call the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station at (661) 255-1121. And below is the best picture of all, check out those jump wings. Not sure about you guys, but I have not seen anyone with four Mustard Stains in recent years.
National Historic Landmark status is the highest level of recognition for a historic building, site, structure, object or district.
National Historic Landmarks "are historic properties that illustrate the heritage of the United States." As of 2015 there are just over 2,500 National Historic Landmarks.Examples include the White House, Mount Vernon and Monticello.The National Register of Historic Places is the "official federal list of districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture." Listing in the National Register is the second-highest form of recognition and may include sites that have significance "to the history of their community, state, or the nation." As of 2015 more than 90,000 historic places are listed, including the roughly 2,500 National Historic Landmarks, which are automatically listed.As of 2015, there are two (2) National Historic Landmarks and 7 additional (9 total) National Register sites with the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society’s and SCVHistory.com’s sphere of interest.Generally, that sphere is coterminous with the Upper Santa Clara River watershed and includes portions of Los Angeles, Ventura and Kern counties — from the Newhall Pass on the south to Piru on the west, up Piru Creek to the Tejon Ranch on the north, following Highway 138 and the San Andreas Fault eastward through the Hughes and Elizabeth Lake communities to the mouth of Soledad Canyon in southern Palmdale, thence back down through Mount Gleason and the western San Gabriels to the Newhall Pass.(Certain outlying areas are included when specific events or individuals tie them to the Santa Clarita Valley, such as the full length of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, the Cerro Gordo silver mines and the San Fernando Mission.) The home of Ygnacio del Valle, an alcalde of Los Angeles and member of the California State Assembly.