San Diego College of Arts and Letters, c. 1880s

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History of San Diego: 19th Century

Butterfield stage line, geology of San Diego, who was San Diego, and what was Serra’s route to San Diego

Beaver Trails to San Diego Governor Echeandia of San Diego “looked upon the Americans as being worse than thieves and murderers.” He tore up their passports and put them in a dungeon. One of Pattie’s ...

Early history of Pacific Beach

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Travelers from San Diego to Los Angeles had to drive west around Mt. Soledad, through Pacific Beach and La Jolla. On December 13, 1930, the Rose Canyon Highway opened: a five-mile shortcut on the east slope of Soledad.


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