San Francisco De Jachis

The first anchorage was established at a small inlet on the north-east end of the peninsula later filled: now lower Market Streetand the small settlement that grew up nearby was named Yerba Buenaafter the herb of the same name that grew in abundance there.

The original plaza of the Spanish settlement remains as Portsmouth Square. Today's city took its name from the mission, and Yerba Buena became the name of a San Francisco neighborhood now known as South of Market. According to one anthropologistthe indigenous name for San Francisco was Ahwastemeaning, "place at the bay". When the Spanish arrived, they found the area inhabited by the Yelamu tribe, which belongs to a linguistic grouping later called the Ohlone.

The Ohlone speakers are distinct from Pomo speakers north of the San Francisco Bay, and are part of the Miwok group of languages. Their traditional territory stretched from Big Sur to the San Francisco Bayalthough their trading area was much larger. Miwok-speaking Indians also lived in Yosemite, and Ohlone-speakers intermarried with Chumash and Pomo speakers as well. The naming of San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood is attributed to the remains of Russian fur traders and sailors found there.

Upon independence from Spain inthe area became part of Mexico. InEnglishman William Richardson erected the first significant homestead outside the immediate vicinity of the Mission Dolores, [13] near a boat anchorage around what is today Portsmouth Square.

Together with Alcalde Francisco de Harohe laid out a street plan for the expanded settlement, and the town, named Yerba Buena after the herb, which was named by the missionaries that found it abundant nearby, began to attract American settlers. InRichardson petitioned and received a large land grant in Marin County and, inhe moved there to take up residence San Francisco De Jachis Rancho Sauselito. Richardson Bay to the north bears his name. The British Empire briefly entertained the idea of purchasing the bay from Mexico inclaiming it would "Secure to Great Britain all the advantages of the finest port in the Pacific for her commercial speculations in time of peace, and in war for more easily securing her maritime ascendency".

However little came of this, and San Francisco would become a prize of the United States rather than that of British naval power. On July 31,Yerba Buena doubled in population when about Mormon pioneers from the East coast arrived on the ship Brooklynled by Sam Brannan. Brannan, also a member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintswould later become well known for being the first publicist of the California Gold Rush of and the first millionaire resulting from it.

Henry Bulls Watson was placed in command of the garrison there. In AugustLt. Washington A. Bartlett was named alcalde of Yerba Buena. On January 30,Lt. Bartlett's proclamation changing the name Yerba Buena to San Francisco took effect. California was admitted to the U.

At the time the county and city were not coterminous; the county contained modern-day northern San Mateo County. Situated at the tip of a windswept peninsula without water or firewood, San Francisco lacked most of the basic facilities for a 19th-century settlement.

These natural disadvantages forced the town's residents to bring water, fuel and food to the site. The first of many environmental transformations was the city's reliance on filled marshlands for real estate. Much of the present downtown is built over the former Yerba Buena Cove, granted to the city by military governor Stephen Watts Kearny in The California gold rush starting in led to a large boom in population, including considerable immigration.

Between January and Decemberthe population of San Francisco increased from 1, to 25, The rapid growth continued through the s and under the influence of the Comstock Lode silver discovery. This rapid growth complicated city planning efforts, leaving a legacy of narrow streets that continues to characterize the city to this day.

The population boom included many workers from China who came to work in the gold mines and later on the Transcontinental Railroad. The Chinatown district of the city became and is still one of the largest in the country; today, as a result of that legacy, the city as a whole is roughly one-fifth Chineseone of the largest concentrations outside of China.

Many famous railroad, banking, and mining tycoons or " robber barons " such as Charles CrockerMark HopkinsCollis P. Huntingtonand Leland Stanford settled in the city in its Nob Hill neighborhood. As in many mining towns, the social climate in early San Francisco was chaotic. Committees of Vigilance were formed inand again inin response to rising crime and government corruption. This popular militia movement arrested, tried, and executed a total of 12 men, arrested hundreds of Irishmen and government militia members, and forced several elected officials to resign.

San Francisco was the county seat of San Francisco County, one of state's 18 original counties since California's statehood in Untilthe city limits extended west to Divisadero Street and Castro Street, and south to 20th Street.

In response to the lawlessness and vigilantism that escalated rapidly between andthe California government decided to divide the county. Everything south of the line became San Mateo County while everything north of the line became the new consolidated City and County of San Franciscoto date the only consolidated city-county in California. In autumn ofa ship bearing refugees from an ongoing cholera epidemic in the Far East authorities disagree as to whether this was the S.

Sam or the S. Carolina but primary documents indicate that the Carolina was involved in the epidemic of and the SS Uncle Sam in the epidemic of docked in San Francisco. Since the city's rapid Gold Rush population growth had significantly outstripped the development of infrastructure, including sanitationa serious cholera epidemic quickly broke out. The responsibility for caring for the indigent sick had previously rested on the state, but faced with the San Francisco cholera epidemic, the state legislature devolved this responsibility to the counties, setting the precedent for California's system of county hospitals for the poor still in effect today.

San Francisco De Jachis Sisters of Mercy were contracted to run San Francisco's first county hospital, the State Marine and County Hospital, due to their efficiency in handling the cholera epidemic of Bythe order opened St.

Mary's Medical Center, the oldest continually operating hospital in San Francisco. Due to the Gold Rush, and despite the Vigilantes, and the gradual implementation of law and order in San Francisco, its red-light district at the time became known as the Barbary Coast which became a hotbed of gamblingprostitution and most notoriously for Shanghaiing. It was during the s to the s when San Francisco began to transform into a major city, starting with massive expansion in all directions, creating new neighborhoods such as the Western Additionthe Haight-AshburyEureka Valleythe Mission Districtculminating in the construction of Golden Gate Park in In Hugh H.

Tolanda South Carolina surgeon who found great success and wealth after moving to San Francisco, founded the Toland Medical College, which became one of three affiliated colleges, which later developed into the University of California, San Francisco.

Initially, the affiliated colleges were located at different sites around San Francisco, but near the end of the 19th century interest in bringing them together grew. The new site, overlooking Golden Gate Parkopened in the fall ofwith the construction of the new affiliated colleges buildings. The city's famous cable cars were built around this time, a unique invention devised by Andrew Smith Hallidie in order to traverse the city's steep hills while connecting the new residential developments.

By the s, much like across the United States, San Francisco was suffering from machine politics and corruption, and was ripe for political reform. Adolph Sutro ran for mayor in under the auspices of the Populist Party and won handily without campaigning.

Unfortunately, San Francisco De Jachis for the Sutro BathsMayor Sutro substantially failed in his efforts to improve the city. Phelan elected inwas more successful, pushing through a new city charter that allowed for the ability to raise funds through bond issues. He got bonds passed to construct a new sewer system, 17 new schools, two parks, a hospital, and a main library. After leaving office inPhelan became interested in remaking San Francisco into a grand and modern Paris of the West.

Ina ship brought with it rats infected with bubonic plague to initiate the San Francisco plague of — ; the first plague epidemic in the continental U. Mistakenly believing that interred corpses contributed to the transmission of plague, and possibly motivated by the opportunity for profitable land speculation, city leaders banned all burials within the city.

Cemeteries moved to the undeveloped area just south of the city limit, now the town of Colma, California. A block section of Chinatown was quarantined while city leaders squabbled over the proper course to take, but the outbreak finally was eradicated by However, the problem of existing cemeteries and the shortage of land in the city remained.

In with fights extending untilall remaining cemeteries in the city were evicted to Colma, where the dead now outnumber the living by more than 1, to one. He and Ruef had been friends for 18 years.

Schmitz was less corrupt than the mayors who preceded him, [29] but he had to deal with Ruef who operated from his offices at California and Kearney Streets.

He wrote most of the mayor's official papers and conducted an ongoing series of meetings with Mayor Schmitz, city commissioners, officials, seekers of favors or jobs, and others. Officially an unpaid attorney for the mayor's office, he was the power behind the mayor's chair.

Heney eventually charged Ruef and Schmitz with numerous counts of bribery and brought them to trial. On June 13,Mayor E. Schmitz was found guilty of extortion San Francisco De Jachis the office of Mayor was declared vacant.

He was sent to jail to await sentence. Shortly thereafter he was sentenced to five years at San Quentin State Prisonthe maximum sentence the law allowed. He immediately appealed. Edward R. Taylor, Dean of Hastings Collegeagreed to step in as interim mayor and was given power to appoint new supervisors to replace those who had resigned. In Novemberhis conviction and sentence were finally upheld, and on March 1,he entered prison. He was the only person in the entire investigation who went to prison.

He was not allowed to return to his legal practice. On April 18,a devastating earthquake resulted from the rupture of over miles of the San Andreas Faultfrom San Juan Bautista to Eurekacentered immediately offshore of San Francisco. The quake is estimated by the USGS to have had a magnitude of 7. Many residents were trapped between the water on three San Francisco De Jachis and the approaching fire, and a mass evacuation across the Bay saved thousands.

Refugee camps were also set up in Golden Gate ParkOcean Beachand other undeveloped sections of the city. The initial low death toll was concocted by civic, state, and federal officials who felt that reporting the actual numbers would hurt rebuilding and redevelopment efforts, as well as city and national morale. Almost immediately after the quake re-planning and reconstruction plans were hatched to quickly rebuild the city. One of the more famous and ambitious plans, proposed before the fire, came from famed urban planner, Daniel Burnham.

His bold plan called for Haussmann style avenues, boulevards, and arterial thoroughfares that radiated across the city, a massive civic center complex with classical structures, what would have been the largest urban park in the world, stretching from Twin Peaks to Lake Merced with a large athenaeum at its peak, and various other proposals.

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