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Sacramento Tidbits

Initially, the Sacramento region was inhabited by the American Indian tribe known as the Nisenan, which were a branch of the Maidu, who lived in the valley for 10,000 years prior to the arrival of white pioneers. Under the command of a Lieutenant named Gabriel Morago, the Spanish soldiers from Mission San Jose discovered the American and Sacramento Rivers in 1808. However, it wasn't until 1839, that the region was settled.

A Captain named John Sutter, who was an immigrant from Sweden and had left his homeland to escape from debtor's prison, and with the permission of Mexico, established a settlement on 76 acres and named it New Helvetia, in honor of his homeland. He also constructed a fort, known as Sutter's Fort, which has since been restored and can still be seen today. On the Sacramento River, Mr. Sutter also constructed a landing that he called the Embarcadero and contacted a millwright, named James Marshall, to help establish the settlement. It was Mr. Marshall who discovered a nugget of gold in 1848, which precipitated the great California Gold Rush in 1849. Mr. Sutter's Embarcadero was the entrance to the gold mines. However, as the result of the rush of newcomers who ruined his settlement, Mr. Sutter was ruined financially. Even his employees left him to find their fortune.

The Spanish translation of the word Sacramento, is Holy Sacrament, which was the original name of a river that was close by, and is currently known as the Feather River. In 1849 the name was taken for the settlement, which, in 1850, was incorporated. Sacramento was a rowdy place that was full of successful miners who spent their money on dance halls and gambling. During its early days, the settlement encountered difficulties, such as a fire in 1852, and floods in 1853 and 1849 and a fire in 1852. However, Sacramento survived and in 1854, became the capital of California, and paid California one million dollars for the honor.

The building of the Sacramento Valley Railroad started in 1855, with the financial backing of four shopkeepers, whose names were Leland Stanford, Charles Crocker, Mark Hopkins, and Collis P. Huntington. Stanford University is named in honor of Leland Stanford. Sacramento became the terminus of the first railroad in California in 1856. In 1861 the transcontinental telegraph came next along with the Pony Express. In 1869, the Central Pacific Railroad joined the west and east coasts, which allowed the farmers in Sacramento to ship their produce to the east. The railroad also reduced the travel time between the coasts to six days from six months. In addition, it also meant that the river was no longer the only form of transportation. Another important change was that eventually agriculture replaced the gold mines as the main industry.

During WW I, Mather Field was established to prepare planes to fly to Europe. In 1937, McClellan Air Force Base was established and during WW II, was an important base of operations. These military installations attracted a large influx of people into the region, many of whom remained following the end of the war and fueled the development of the private sector. In 1945, North Sacramento was the home of the first suburban shopping mall in the country. Much the same as other communities in the nation, by the 1950's, downtown Sacramento had fallen into decay.

Eventually, the community experienced a resurgence, which was marked by the redevelopment of the downtown area, with the historical sections of the community being restored and preserved. For example, Mr. Sutter's Embarcadero is currently the home of restaurants and shops. The redevelopment in Sacramento has been touted as being as one of the most successful in the country. These days, Sacramento is experiencing additional growth. The population within the six-county Sacramento area has increased by 20% from 1990 through 2000. The comparatively low cost of living, the livability, and the economic growth in the community has made it one of the fastest-growing metropolitan regions in California.

Gradually, the commercial district's center has been relocated east and the part of the community on Mr. Sutter's Embarcadero came to be known as a terrible skid row. Politicians, ministers, reformers and others have spoken out about these conditions in this part of the community. However, nothing much has been done to change the basic conditions.

A plan was established to redevelop the region and through it, the first historic district in the West was created during the middle 1960's. These days, Old Sacramento has more historically valuable Buildings, with 53 historic buildings, located on its 28 acres than most regions of similar size in the West. The properties in the district are primarily owned by private owners and registered as a National and California Historic Landmark, with individual businesses leasing offices and shops. The region has been thriving and is once again a flourishing commercial trade center.