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Old adobes of forgotten Fort Tejon

Clarence C. Cullimore

Old adobes of forgotten Fort Tejon

by Clarence C. Cullimore

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Published by Pub. by the Kern county historical society and the county of Kern through its Chamber of commerce in Bakersfield, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tejon, Fort, California.
    • Subjects:
    • Tejon, Fort, California

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Clarence Cullimore...
      ContributionsKern County Historical Society. Bakersfield, California., Kern county, California Chamber of commerce.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF869.T4 C8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination5 p. l., [7]-88 p., 1 l.,
      Number of Pages88
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6425082M
      LC Control Number41025587
      OCLC/WorldCa2693938

      Fort Tejon is a fantastic living history site in the Grapevine, as Southern California melds into the fertile plains of Central California. About 70 miles Northwest of Los Angeles, headed up Interstate 5, it is a must see location. Fort Tejon was a real fort, serving California from to Maurice H. and Marco R. Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, , Containing the Reminiscences of Harris Newmark (Los Angeles: Zeitlin and Ver Brugge, ), pp. 23 Jaime Puigy Monmany to José Antonio de la Guerra y Noriega, Ap

      The Great Fort Tejon Earthquake of January 9, was one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in the United States that left an incredible surface rupture scar more than miles in length along the San Andreas fault. It is estimated to have had a Richter Scale magnitude of to - Explore castateparks's board "Fort Tejon State Historic Park", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Park, Local parks and Park photos pins.

        “Fort Tejon was established on Aug at a point in the Tejon Pass where the Coast Range meets the Sierra Nevada and about three miles north from the present Lebec Station It continued to be occupied until J when its regular garrison was removed for . TEJON RANCH is classic California, a land of legacy—bigger than life, rich in history, blessed by nature. Established in as a Mexican land grant, this grand sweep of territory was home to some of the Old West’s most illustrious exploits.


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In his fabulously researched "Old Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon," the author not only provides the history and construction details of the fort buildings, which at the time of this writing no longer stood; he also covers a century's worth of history, from the elusive Peter Lebeck to Gen.

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In the edition of the book, Old Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon, author Clarence Cullimore, a Bakersfield architect, summarizes the status of the work at this time: "In the State of California, through the Division of Beaches and Parks, acquired title to approximately five acres of land which contains only a portion of the original.

Fort Tejon in California is a former United States Army outpost which was intermittently active from Juntil Septem It is located in the Grapevine Canyon (La Cañada de las Uvas) between the San Emigdio Mountains and Tehachapi is in the area of Tejon Pass along Interstate 5 in Kern County, California, the main route through the mountain ranges separating Nearest city: Lebec, California.

Language Arts And English +9 Age Levels Primary (5 to 8 years old), Elementary (9 to 12 years old), Middle School (13 to 15 years old), High School (16 to 18 years old) The Native Americans who lived in this area prior to the establishment of Fort Tejon are generally referred to as the Emigdiano.

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Old Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon by Clarence Cullimore,is a detailed presentation of the history and remains of the old Fort to that time. The Artilleryman, SpringFort Tejon State Historic Park Has 3 Original Guns & Howitzer Replica by Peter A ted: 10 Aug, The architect, Clarence Cullimore, also refers to Tucoya in his booklet, "Old Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon" but acknowledges William J.

Graham as the source. Geographical nomenclature. A mountain, a ridge, a canyon, and a creek are all named after Tecuya. Fort Tejon Historical Association, Lebec, CA. K likes. Fort Tejon Historical Association at Fort Tejon State Historic Park/5(25).

Fort Tejon was first garrisoned by the United States Army on Aug and was abandoned ten years later on Septem There are restored adobes from the original fort and the park’s museum features exhibits on army life and local history.

The park also has a number of beautiful year-old Valley Oak trees. Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon” by Clarence Cullimore. Kern County Historical Society and the County of Kern through its Chamber of Commerce at Bakersfield, California |Revised Fort Tejon Continued from page 2.

The next year the Indians were transferred to the Tule River Indian Reservation and the U.S. Army closed Fort Tejon in Septemberformally ending its career as an active military post. The land was then operated as the Tejon Ranch, which utilized the fort’s old adobe buildings as stables, storehouses, and residences for ranch workers.

– Jedediah Strong Smith starts the flow of trappers, traders and explorers into the Tehachapi Mountain area. –Kit Carson, one of the West’s most noted figures, rides the range of Tejon, scouting and trapping beaver. – A bear kills Peter Lebec (Lebecque or LeBeck), a French trapper, at the site that would become Fort Tejon.

() Lebec, CA /5(38). News of the Society printed page. (Readers are referred to an article by E. Holden, "Cali fornia's First Pianos," this Quarterly, XIII (March ), ). Recent acquisition is also announced of three water color paintings by William B.

McMurtrie, "The entrance to the bay of San Francisco," and two views of San Francisco in. Author of Santa Barbara Adobes (Santa Barbara Book Publishing Co., ) [Main and Spec FS45 C78 ] and Old Adobes of Forgotten Fort Tejon () [Main FF67 C8 ].

Cunningham, J. V. [James Vincent] (). Poet, educator, translator, editor, literary critic, visiting professor at UCSB in ; late in life spent his winters in.History Old Trails. The ancient native trail which utilized what is now known as the Old Tejon Pass was found and explored in by Spanish explorer Pedro Fages.

The pass was used in by missionary explorer, padre FranciscoLt. Francisco Ruiz named it Tejon Pass while on an expedition into the San Joaquin also named Tejon Canyon and Tejon Creek, all Location: Kern County, California.Discover Old Fort Tejon, California with the help of your friends.

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