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To manage Rancho Los Cerritos, the company selected Lewellyn's brother Jotham Bixby, the "Father of Long Beach". The Alamitos townsite was kept as a separate entity, but at first it was primarily run by Lewellyn and Jotham Bixby, although I.
Three years later Bixby bought into the property and would later form the Bixby Land Company. The Rancho Los Alamitos property was split up, with Hellman getting the southern third, Jotham and Lewellyn the northern third, and J. W, Hellman (who had the largest single share) had a significant veto power, an influence made even stronger as the J. Bixby heirs began to side with Hellman more and more.
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Images from top, left to right: Long Beach skyline from Bluff Park, RMS Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific Blue Cavern exhibit, TTI Terminal at Port of Long Beach, Villa Riviera, Metro Blue Line, Long Beach Lighthouse It is the 36th most populous city in the United States and the 7th most populous in California.
Both Temple and his ranch house played important local roles in the Mexican–American War.
On an island in the San Pedro Bay, Mormon pioneers made an abortive attempt to establish a colony (as part of Brigham Young's plan to establish a continuous chain of settlements from the Pacific to Salt Lake).
Most of the damage occurred in unreinforced masonry buildings, especially schools.
Pacific Bible Seminary (now known as Hope International University) was forced to move classes out of First Christian Church of Long Beach and into a small local home due to damage.
For some, a home that’s frozen in time is everything. By the 16th-century arrival of Spanish explorers, the dominant group were the Tongva people.They had at least three major settlements within the present-day city.He built what is now known as the "Los Cerritos Ranch House", a still-standing adobe which is a National Historic Landmark.Temple created a thriving cattle ranch and prospered, becoming the wealthiest man in Los Angeles County.
The city also maintains a progressively declining oil industry with minor wells located both directly beneath the city as well as offshore.