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History of Huntington Beach
The land which includes Huntington Beach was in the Spanish land grant,
Las Bolsas, given to Manuel Nieto in 1797. Later it was part of the Stearns
ranch holdings which were dissolved during the 1880's land boom as farms
developed on the former range land. Some of these early farmers settled
at several locations in what is now northern Huntington Beach, Westminster,
and Fountain Valley. Post Offices were established, schools and churches
In 1902, a group of farmers
and investors decided to build a residential/resort community on the bluff
above a popular Shell Beach. Spurred on by the success of Atlantic City
on the East Coast, they named their venture "Pacific City."
Although the boom of the 1880's was long over, the entrepreneurs hoped
to capitalize on a new one developing in coastal resort cities like Long
Beach and Newport Beach. However, the first speculators did not have the
resources to carry out successful promotion. Soon they sold to a group
of Los Angeles businessmen, ultimately including Henry E. Huntington.
Huntington was expanding his Pacific Electric Railway then and was ready
to bring it into coastal Orange County. On July 4, 1904, the first Red
Cars of the Pacific Electric rolled in to the new city and its name was
changed to Huntington Beach.
After an initial land rush,
typical of the coastal area, the little city grew slowly, but steadily.
By February of 1909, it was incorporated with Charles W. Warner, David
O. Stewart, Matthew E. Helme, Charles M. Howard and Ed. Manning elected
as the first Trustees. In 1911, the first building ordinance was passes
and formal records of the city's expansion began. Movers
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