Pioneers of Eagle Rock by Eric H. Warren

Pioneers of Eagle Rock

byEric H. Warren, Frank F. Parrello

Kobo ebook | March 18, 2014

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After the Rancho San Rafael was divided, Benjamin Dreyfus was awarded the hilly area north of downtown Los Angeles known as Eagle Rock Valley. By 1911, this farming community had rapidly grown into a city. The Los Angeles Railway made downtown LA a trolley ride away, and continued growth led to Eagle Rock’s consolidation with the city in 1923. Today, Eagle Rock is one of LA’s most distinctive neighborhoods, and a pride instilled by early settlers remains here. These inspirational settlers include soldier and ranchero Jose Maria Verdugo, diarist and historian Elena Frackelton Murdock, farmer and amateur hydrologist Mayor Cromwell Galpin and publicist Ann Hare Harrison. Join editors Eric H. Warren and Frank F. Parrello as they profile the bedrock personalities who built Eagle Rock.
Title:Pioneers of Eagle RockFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 18, 2014Publisher:The History PressLanguage:English

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