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About Manhattan Beach
Manhattan Beach is a city located in southwestern Los Angeles County,
California, USA. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population
of 33,852. Of a rotating City Council of five members, Joyce Fahey is
the current mayor.
The municipal pier in downtown Manhattan Beach.The city is on the Pacific
Ocean coast, to the south of El Segundo, and to the north of Hermosa Beach.
To the east is the city of Redondo Beach. It is one of the three Beach
Cities in the South Bay.
Early inhabitants and european discovery
The first known inhabitants of present day Manhattan Beach were the Engnovangas
rancheria indians. The indians survived off of corbina fish they hunted
in the shallows, along with other species of surf fish. The Engnovangas
often made the 3 mile trek south to the salt flats in present day Redondo
Beach, CA to harvest the mineral. The old Salt Flat is now occupied by
Southern California Edison, roughly located on Herondo Street and North
Harbor Drive. The salty estuary was said to be only 150 yards from the
ocean and the rough size of 120,000 square yards.
In 1781, when El Pueblo
de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles was established, a small,
one-lane dirt road was cleared to connect the Salt Flat and Los Angeles.
Aviation Boulevard now runs almost directly on top of the old Salt Flat
road. Three years later, in 1784, the Spanish government established "ranchos",
or land parcels, all along the South Bay. The land grants did not convey
titles to the land; rather they simply gave permission to migrant farmers
to use the land as they wished. In 1822, the newly-established Mexican
government sold the land to the highest bidder. Some of the Ranchos purchased
by farmers were: Aguaje de la Centinela, La Ballona, La Tijera, and Sausal
Redondo, which translates into "round clump of willows." (Note
that many streets in the South Bay region are named after these ranchos.)
In 1822, Rancho Sausal Redondo (present day Manhattan Beach) was purchased
by Antonio Ygnacio Avila, who mainly used the 22,500 acres for sheep grazing.
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