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Historical Markers in La Habra, California

 
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Santa Ana is the county seat for Orange County
La Habra is in Orange County
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1California (Orange County), La Habra — 14 — La Habra Pacific Electric DepotCompleted 1909
This structure symbolizes the beginning of a new era of development in the rich La Habra Valley. The La Habra Line was one of the most significant in Southern California progress. Early crops and supplies to the new oil fields could be rapidly . . . Map (db m117189) HM
2California (Orange County), La Habra — 21 — La Habra's Birthplace
The first post office, officially naming this settlement "La Habra," was granted in 1896 and was established in a corner of Coys Store, located on this site. El Camino Viejo, the old road between the missions, passed this corner, which became a . . . Map (db m50004) HM
3California (Orange County), La Habra — West Coyote Field, The La Habra Research Laboratory
This site is on the northern edge of the West Coyote oil field, one of the largest fields in the Los Angeles Basin. This field produced about 250 million barrels of oil from sandstone at a depth of about 3,000'. West Coyote was active from 1903 to . . . Map (db m58909) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 27, 2022