“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Imperial, California Historical Markers

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By Bill Kirchner, December 15, 2012
Imperial Irrigation District Marker
California (Imperial County), Imperial — Imperial Irrigation District
The largest gravity fed irrigation district in the western hemisphere, established in 1911. They later assumed control of several water companies and were instrumental in getting the Hoover Dam and the All American Canal built. They commenced . . . — Map (db m62035) HM
California (Imperial County), Imperial — Imperial Valley Veterans' Memorial
This Memorial Erected in Honor of Those Who Served Their Country in Time of War By Veteran's Memorial Housing Committee - May 30, 1941 Representing County Board of Supervisors - Hugh T. Osborne Representing veterans of the war with . . . — Map (db m81827) WM
California (Imperial County), Imperial — Mobley Meadows
Mobley Meadows First Sheriff of Imperial County 1907 – 1915 — Map (db m62034) HM
California (Imperial County), Imperial — Pearl Harbor Survivors Memorial
On this the fiftieth anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor - The people of the Imperial Valley pay tribute to those Pearl Harbor Survivors from the valley who were members of the armed forces and served their country honorably in the . . . — Map (db m85978) WM
California (Imperial County), Imperial — 944 — Site of Fort Romualdo Pacheco (1825 - 1826)
In 1774, Spain opened an overland route from Sonora to California but it was closed by Yuma Indians in 1781. In 1822, Mexico attempted to reopen this route. Lt. Romualdo Pacheco and soldiers built an adobe fort at this site in 1825-26, the only . . . — Map (db m50589) HM

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