El Camino Viejo
El Camino Viejo a Los Ángeles (English: the old road to Los Angeles), also known as the Old Los Angeles Trail, well established by the 1820s, was the oldest north-south trail in the interior of Al...
Poso de Chane, California
Poso de Chane (Chane Pool) is a former settlement in Fresno County, California situated around the waterhole of that name, northwest just beyond the confluence of the Jacalitos Creek with Los Gatos Cr...
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Aguaje de Pedro Etchegoen
Aguaje de Pedro Etchegoen was a watering place a little to the west of El Camino Viejo eight miles north of Poso de Chane where Pedro Etchegoen later established his sheep ranch. It was the only rel...
Tejon Pass
The Tejon Pass (originally Fort Tejon Pass) is a mountain pass between the southwest end of the Tehachapi Mountains and northeastern San Emigdio Mountains, linking the Central Valley to Southern Calif...
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Rancho San Lorenzo (Castro)
Rancho San Lorenzo was a 26,722-acre (108.14 km) Mexican land grant given in 1841 by Governor Juan Alvarado to Guillermo Castro a career soldier posted to the Pueblo of San José. The land grant i...
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Neenach, California
Neenach (/ˈniːnæk/ NEE-nak) is an agricultural settlement in northwestern Los Angeles County, California, with a population of about 800. It is facing a massive change with the proposed construction o...
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Del Puerto Creek
Del Puerto Creek, originally Arroyo de La Puerta (Creek of the Door) is a tributary of the San Joaquin River draining eastern slopes of part of the Diablo Range within the Central Valley of California...
Bitterwater Creek (Buena Vista Lake)
Bitterwater Creek, formerly Arroyo de Amargosa (Bitter Creek), is a stream with its source just southwest of the southern extreme of the Elkhorn Hills, just west of and inside the San Luis Obispo Coun...
Devilwater Creek
Devilwater Creek, originally Arroyo Del Diablo, a stream with its source on the east slope of the Temblor Range in Kern County, California, that flows northeast to terminate just a mile west southwest...
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Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department
The Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LPFD) provides fire suppression and emergency medical services to the neighboring cities of Livermore and Pleasanton, California. The organization uses a join...
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Cahuenga Pass
The Cahuenga Pass (/kəˈwɛŋɡə/; from the indigenous Tongva language; el. 745 ft (227 m). / 227 m) is a mountain pass through the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains in the Hollywood dis...
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Los Gatos Creek (Fresno County, California)
Los Gatos Creek formerly known as Arroyo Pasajero or Arroyo Poso de Chane, is a creek in Fresno County, California. Its source is in the north end of Garcia Canyon in the Diablo Range near Benito Pas...
Ortigalita Creek
Ortigalita Creek, formerly Arroyo de Las Ortigalito (Little Nettle Creek) is a tributary stream of the San Joaquin River, in Merced County, California. The source of Ortigalita Creek is at 3,520 ...
San Antonio, Oakland, California
122°14′26.71″W / 37.8009000°N 122.2407528°W / 37.8009000; -122.2407528San Antonio is a large district in Oakland, California, encompassing the land east of Lake Merritt to Sau...
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Corral Hollow Pass
Corral Hollow Pass, originally Portezuela de Buenos Ayres (Pass of Good Winds) is a mountain pass in the Diablo Range southeast of Livermore, in Alameda County, California. This pass, at an elevation...
Alamo Mocho (Kern County)
Alamo Mocho, (Trimmed Cottonwood) was a watering place on the eastern route of the El Camino Viejo, seven miles northeast of Alamo Solo Spring within the Avenal Gap on the south end of the Kettleman H...
Asphalto, California
Asphalto is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the railroad 3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of McKittrick, at an elevation of 932 feet (284 m). Asphalto still appeared o...
Aguaje Mesteño
Aguaje Mesteño or Mustang Springs, is a watering place along El Camino Viejo, on Chico Martinez Creek, formerly Arroyo Chico Martinez. The springs are located in Kern County, California, United States...
Vaca Adobe
Vaca Adobe or Vaca Dugout is a former settlement in what was then Tulare County, now Kings County, California. It was located at stopping place on the eastern route of the El Camino Viejo about 3 mi...
Rancho Del Puerto
Rancho Del Puerto was a 13,340-acre (54.0 km) Mexican land grant in present day Stanislaus County, California given in 1844 by Governor Manuel Micheltorena to Mariano and Pedro Hernández. The...
San Luis Creek (California)
San Luis Creek, originally Arroyo de San Luis Gonzaga, is a stream in Merced County, California. Its source is located in Merced County, about 1,000 ft (300 m) northwest of the 3,448 ft...
Elizabeth Lake (Los Angeles County, California)
Elizabeth Lake lies directly on the San Andreas earthquake fault within the Angeles National Forest in northwest Los Angeles County, California. Situated in the western Antelope Valley and surrounde...
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Panoche Creek
Panoche Creek formerly known as Arroyo de Panoche Grande (Big Sugarloaf Creek) and later anglicized to Big Panoche Creek and later "Panoche Creek". For a time its lower reaches were called "Silver Cr...
Kingston, California
Kingston is a former town that is no longer in existence. Originally in Fresno County, until 1909 when Fresno County lands in the vicinity, south of Kings river were transferred to Kings County, Cali...
Los Baños Creek
Los Baños Creek or Los Banos Creek, originally El Arroyo de los Baños, is a tributary stream of the San Joaquin River. Its source drains the slopes of the Diablo Range within the Central Valley of Ca...
Livermore, California
Livermore (formerly Livermores, Livermore Ranch, and Nottingham) is a city in Alameda County, California. Its estimated 2013 population was 85,156. Livermore is located on the eastern edge of Californ...
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Salt Spring
Salt Spring, originally, Aguaje de la Brea (tar springs), a spring in the Antelope Plain on the southeast end of Pyramid Hills, 0.6 miles south of Emigrant Hill and 1.5 miles north of Wagon Wheel Moun...
Willow Springs Canyon
Willow Springs Canyon is a canyon cut by Willow Springs Canyon Wash. Its source is at the head of the canyon in the gap in the Portal Ridge of the Transverse Range, 0.5 miles north of Elizabeth Lake....
Cuddy Valley, California
Cuddy Valley is a valley in the San Andreas Rift Zone south of the San Emigdio Mountains west of Tejon Pass, and unincorporated community in Kern County, California, and part of the Mountain Communiti...