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History of Los Angeles


The written history of Los Angeles city and county begins with a small Mexican town that changed little in the three decades after 1848, when California became  ...

Historical Timeline of Los Angeles | Discover Los Angeles


Sep 1, 2016 ... From the ancient La Brea Tar Pits to new museums and hotel openings, read on for a timeline of the incredible history of Los Angeles.

A Brief History of Los Angeles - A World History Encyclopedia


The story of the city of Los Angeles from its beginning to the present.

A Short History of Los Angeles - CogWeb


A Short History of Los Angeles. Before there was a city. The history of Los Angeles begins some ten or twenty thousand years before the first Europeans arrived ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=History of Los Angeles&v=cH37Ue3o50w
Jun 26, 2012 ... A PBS "Los Angeles History Project" installment from decades ago, part1. Narrated by Robert Stack.

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Los Angeles. Introduction Getting There Getting Around People Neighborhoods History Government Public Safety Economy Environment Shoppping Education

History - Los Angeles Almanac


Headline History Historical Sites & Structures Early L.A. History Mexican Los Angeles Miscellaneous Los Angeles History History-Oriented Organizations

Where Did the Name "Los Angeles" Come From?


They named the river Nuestra Señora de los Angeles de la Porciúncula. In the ... Also see "Pronouncing Los Angeles." History Main Page · Browse to Next Page ...

The Hidden History of Los Angeles


The Hidden History of Los Angeles. A pocast which explores the lesser known aspects of Los Angeles History. Listen TO the Podcast on Itunes or Stitcher ...

Los Angeles City Historical Society | Home


Homepage of the Los Angeles City Historical Society.

Timeline: Los Angeles
Circa 38,000 BC: A future fossil is trapped inside what are now the La Brea Tar Pits.
Circa 8000 BC: Chumash people settle the Los Angeles basin.
Circa 300 BC: The Tataviam (later Fernandeno) people inhabit what is now the San Fernando Valley.