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History of Dublin, CA
Dublin has long been known as the "crossroads" of the Bay Area.
Dublin now sits at the crossroads of two major highways: Interstate 580
and Interstate-680. However, the significance of the "crossroads"
dates back over two hundred years when Dublin served as the crossroads
of two important stage routes - one from the Bay Area to Stockton and
the other from Martinez to San Jose. The Alamilla Spring, located in the
Dublin area, provided a place for travelers to change horses and freshen
up before continuing their journey.
Dublin has a rich history
dating back to 1772 when Pedro Fages led an expedition of 16 mounted men
on a journey in search of a land route to Drake's Bay which at that time
was called San Francisco Bay. Their return journey brought them through
the Amador Valley.
It wasn't until approximately
1822 when building began in the area. Jose Maria Amador had been paid
in land for his years of service as a Mexican soldier and as administrator
of Mission San Jose. He received a land grant of 16,517 acres in the Amador-
Livermore Valley. He built several adobe homes and many small buildings
that were used as shops where his Indian workers made soap, blankets,
shoes, farm tools, etc., for use on his rancho.
In 1852 Michael Murray and
Jeremiah Fallon came to this area from Ireland. They purchased 1,000 acres
of land from Jose Amador and built homes for their families. The area
began to grow as many settled in the area.
In 1853 Alameda County was
created from parts of Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties. Both Murray
and Fallon served on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. Townships
were established the next year and Murray's name was chosen for this area.
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