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The Livermore area was home to the Ohlone ( or Costanoan) Indians before
the arrival of the Spanish in the 18th century; it was incorporated under
the Roman Catholic Mission San Jose in 1796. The Livermore Amador Valley
was primarily grazing land for Mission San Jose's thousands of cattle
and sheep until secularization of California missions from 1834 to 1837
opened great amounts of land throughout California for Mexican land grants.
The fourth and second largest of the valley's land grants was the Rancho
Las Positas grant, made to rancher Robert Livermore (a naturalized Mexican
citizen of English birth) and Jose Noriega in 1839. Livermore was as much
interested in viticulture and horticulture as he was in cattle and horses;
in 1846 he was the first in this area to plant both a vineyard and an
orchard of pears and olives. The first building on the ranch was an adobe
on Las Positas Creek, and in 1849 a two-story "Around the Horn"
house was added; it was the first wooden building in the valley.
After the discovery
of gold in California, Livermore became a popular stopping place for prospectors
headed for the Mother Lode, as it was one day's journey by horse or stagecoach
from San Jose.
Robert Livermore died
in 1858 before the establishment of the town that bears his name. His
ranch included much of the present-day city. The city itself was established
in 1869 by William Mendenhall, who had met Robert Livermore while marching
through the valley with Fremont's California Battalion. Livermore was
officially incorporated on April 15, 1876.
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