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Los Angeles Tidbits

About 6,000 BC is when the human history of Los Angeles began. This time period is when the Gabrieleno Native Indian tribes lived in the region. Their hunter-gatherer existence during the late 1700's was the result of the arrival of Spanish missionaries and pioneers, who were led by a Padre whose name was Junípero Serra. The first civilian settlement became a thriving farming settlement and was named El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles. However, it remained isolated for several years.

The first Spanish land expedition into Southern California was led by a man named Gaspar De Portola, and occurred in 1768. There were 26 Gabrielino Indian villages within a few miles of the river, and, as the result of the river that meandered through a dense forest wild grape, elderberry, sycamore, and willow that were sometimes overflowing, and led them to into very large marshlands that were home to many different small animals and waterfowl. They were able to survive without cultivating crops as the result of the bounty of a river that sometimes overflowed into some vast marshlands. Grizzly bear roamed its shores in search of food and Steelhead trout spawned in the river. The vegetation covered the majority of Los Angeles wasn't the desert chaparral and scrub that appears these days, within weeks of lawns being left unattended. However, they were sometimes an impenetrable jungle of dense woods, thickets, and marshes woods. It should come as no surprise that much of Beverly Hills was a fetid swamp.

By the 1850's, the Spanish saw a wide, full flowing river that was located in a very pleasing and lush spot, in every respect and was an ideal location for a settlement. However, it was desolate and barren, although it had once been covered with trees. The river had been diverted into a series of irrigation ditches that frequently spilled over with foul smelling garbage, the wetlands dried, and the forests felled. Although, all year around, it had once flowed plentifully close to the downtown area, it had become dry wash during the majority of the year, by the early 1900's, and had become something a local joke that wasn't very funny. By the time the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had lined the banks of the river with cement, it was already too late for this river that was by and large already dead. These days it is a river in name only. Almost all of the water that now flows in the river is street runoff, authorized industrial discharge. and treated sewage. The Los Angeles River has become the most grandly named sewage slough in the world.

As the result of grants of land, the Spanish era was dominated by extremely large Ranchos. Rancho San Pedro, soon came to be known as the local Dominguez Ranch. In 1794, it was originally an as a grant of some 75,000 acres of land. It has since been converted to a museum. In 1852, the historic Gilmore Adobe was constructed. The original building had a brea roof from the La Brea Tar Pits, packed dirt floors, and two rooms. These days, a Farmer's Market is located on the site.

In 1821, once Spain lost its hold on the territory to Mexico, many of that residents of this country looked to California to acquire some private land. The missions were secularized and their land divided up into free land grants by Mexican governors, which gave birth to the cattle ranch, or rancho system the middle 1830's.

Soldiers from this country encountered some resistance during the Mexican-American War, from Some Mexican commanders, such as General Andrs Pico, but eventually Los Angeles, along with the rest of California came under the rule of America. The year 1850 brought the incorporation of Los Angeles as a city.

By 1930, the population of Los Angeles had increased to two million people as the result of a series of seminal events. these events included the opening of the Los Angeles Aqueduct in 1913, the birth of the film industry in 1908, the launch of the port of Los Angeles in 1907, the discovery of oil in 1892, the birth of the citrus industry in the late 1800's, the arrival of the transcontinental railroad in the 1870's, and the collapse of the Northern California Gold Rush in the 1850's.

With the possible exception of the film industry, there aren't many other industries that have had as strong an impact on Los Angeles as aviation. Donald Douglas and the Lockheed brothers established aircraft manufacturing factories in Los Angeles during World War II. Some 20 years later, the aviation industry, which was helped along by billions of federal dollars for military contracts, helped to bring Los Angeles out of the Great Depression. Right up until the end of the Cold War in 1990, defense contracts continued to be a major force behind the economy of Los Angeles.

Following World War II, the deluge of new residents arriving shaped Los Angeles into the megalopolis that it is today, with all of the attendant problems, such as, racial strife, air pollution, and suburban sprawl. From 1965 through 1992, major riots created an abyss of distrust between the many different ethnic groups and the police department in Los Angeles. In the late 1990's, a police corruption scandal didn't do anything to alleviate tensions. However, the arrival of a new police chief, named William Bratton, who was from New York, did in 2002. On his watch, violent crime has dropped considerably in spite isolated incidents of police brutality, and this police chief has earned the respect of the majority of ethnic groups.

During the early 2000's, some of the problems that continue to cloud the sunny skies of Los Angeles include soaring prices for real estate, traffic, pollution, and exploding population growth. problems that continue to cloud LA's sunny skies. However, overall morale remains high with a decreasing crime rate, low unemployment, and a strong economy. The residents of Los Angeles elected the first Latino mayor named Antonio Villaraigosa, since 1872. Maybe someday soon even racial tensions will become a thing of the past.