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Mexican soil Rancho Santa Anita was given by Perfecto Hugo Reid and his wife, Tongwe Victoria Bartolomea Comicrabit in 1845. He was next to his wife, called family relationships, Anita Kota. Reid wrote the Gabrielino Indians a number of letters written in 1852 and served as a delegate to the 1849 Constitutional Congress in California. In 1847, Reed sold Rancho Santa Anita in his immediate vicinity Rancho Azusa, Henry Dalton. Lucky Baldwin Ranch changed owners several times, and in 1875, immigrant, businessman and major regional landlord Elias Jackon Baltwin purchased the farmer. Baldwin bought 8,000 acres (32 km2) for Santa Anita Ranch - $ 200,000. Seeing the place, she shook. "God." This is a paradise. "By acquiring the land, Baldwin decided to make that area its home and immediately began to build buildings and lands for land, gardens and livestock. Baldwin built Queen Anne's home for her fourth wife and she's 1885-1886, now at Arboretum. 1885 In Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley, the main railway line was opened by a farm, in which Baltwin was a shareholder, giving the opportunity to divide a part of the land into the urban area. Later this railroad became the Santa Fe Railway line. In 1889, at the corner of First Avenue and on the St. Joseph Street, along the Santa Fe highways, Baldwin opened the Oakwood hotel with 35 rooms, becoming the central element of the new city. 1890 The gate of an existing Santa Anita home was built.

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