San Marcos (Images of America)

San Marcos (Images of America)

Charlie Musser


based on legend, the identify San Marcos might be attributed to a gaggle of Spaniards who, whereas out on a project to trap suspected horse thieves, accidently stumbled upon a stunning little valley at the ceremonial dinner day of St. Mark. This little valley could stay moderately populated for future years, as a Mexican land supply tenanted by means of vaqueros, an agricultural salvation for homesteading early Californians, and the location of small cities that will approximately disappear among the pages of historical past. With the arriving of the Santa Fe Railroad, eventual legitimate incorporation in 1963, and non-stop development this day, San Marcos has shaped an id as a prospering and growing to be neighborhood that also keeps the texture of a rural small city.

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