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Long Beach Tidbits
Cabrillo and his fellow explorers anchored off of what is currently known as Long Beach, California, only 50 years following the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. Huge clouds of smoke were rolling high in the sky from brush and grass that was burning ashore where the native Indian Tribes were performing of their occasional rabbit drives. Cabrillo called the region The Bay of Smokes, after translation from Bahia de los Fumos.
In 1984, a man named Manuel Nieto was awarded a large rancho and was the start of the first modern identity for Long Beach. Until the majority of what is currently known as Long Beach was contained in two ranchos, which were known as Los Alamitos and Los Cerritos, the old Spanish Land Grant was divided by descendants and time.
The first real estate developed in Long Beach was and Englishman named William Erwin Willmore subdivided a part of Los Cerritos in 1880. In 1882, with the arrival of two parties of pioneers the settlement of Willmore City was established. This settlement only had a few houses, Willmore City had failed, and the founder had relocated to Arizona by 1884. However, some other pioneers arrived and suddenly the settlement had a new school and 59 structures by 1888, which was the year that brought the incorporation of Long Beach as a city.
In 1897, dissatisfaction with high taxes and prohibition resulted in a short lived and abortive disincorporation. Prior to the end of that same year, the residents elected to reincorporate, and Long Beach has continuously grown ever since. The current Long Beach has a 50 square mile area and a population of more than 460,000 people, which is a far cry from the three square miles of area and a population of 1,500 people in 1897.
A man named Lewellyn Bixby bought the Rancho Los Cerritos, which was managed by his brother named Jotham. In 1866, the Bixby family became prominent developers and ranchers. William Wilmore first planned as Willmore City, which in 1882, was a new settlement next to the coast. In 1885, Competition between the older Southern Pacific railroad and the newer Santa Fe Railroad attracted visitors to Long Beach by the drove, which resulted in a real estate boom.
The year 1888 brought the incorporation of Long Beach as a city. The introduction of the Pacific Electric trolley in 1902 resulted in Long Beach to grow both as a commercial and resort Between 1902 and 1901, the fastest growing community in the U.S. was Long Beach. The Port of Long Beach was established in 1911.
In 1921, a discovery of oil was made on Signal Hill and Long Beach thrived with a building boom downtown. Long Beach was hit by a disastrous earthquake 1933. The Long Beach downtown area rebuilt in Art Deco style. In 1936, additional oil was discovered and the port improved and expanded its facilities.
The United States Naval base was built in the harbor region in 1941. In 1949, California State University Long Beach was established. Long Beach bought Cunard's previous luxury cruise ship, known as the Queen Mary, that was to be docked in the harbor in Long Beach as a major attraction for tourists, and hotel in 1967. In 1974, The State Coastal Commission relinquished control of downtown redevelopment to the city. In 1982, The Downtown Shoreline Marina, Shoreline Park, and Shoreline Village all opened.
The Spruce Goose was relocated to the largest geodesic dome in the world, next to the Queen Mary from its hidden hangar in 1983. In 1984, Long Beach was the designated location for four Olympic events during the Los Angeles Olympics, which were archery, fencing, volleyball, and yachting. The Long Beach Centennial was celebrated in 1988. In 1989, The Greater Los Angeles World Trade Center in Long Beach opened. The Long Beach to Los Angeles Metro Blue Line began service in 1990. In 1992, construction started on an expansion to the Long Beach Entertainment and Convention to triple the size of its facilities for the exhibits.
The Long Beach Entertainment and Convention was completed, which tripled the current space for exhibits space to 334,000 square feet in 1994. The Queen Mary celebrates 30 years in Long Beach as a popular Southern California attraction and first-class hotel in 1997. In 1998, The Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific opened.
Long Beach Town Centre opened featuring shopping and entertainment and shopping for the whole family in 1999. In 2004, The Long Beach Aquatic Festival offers the United States Olympic Team Trails-Swimming, which was the most successful Trials ever in both attendance and records broken. In 2007 Long Beach is the host community for the overall finish of the AMGEN Tour of California professional bicycle race. Some 18 international teams compete in this cross country race that covers over 650 miles of scenic roadways in California.