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By Jeff Pack
Special to Valley News 

Temecula Valley Historical Society learns the history of Camp Pendleton

 

Last updated 8/2/2018 at 5:25pm

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Barbara Greenbush from the Camp Pendleton Historical Society shares the history of the land on which Camp Pendleton now sits with members of the Temecula Valley Historical Society during a presentation, July 23.

Did you know that even though the United States Marine Corps had purchased the 125,000 acres that would become Camp Pendleton in 1942, there was a civilian family that lived on the base until 1967?

That was just a small fraction of historical information that Barbara Greenbush from the Camp Pendleton Historical Society shared with members of the Temecula Valley Historical Society during a presentation, July 23.

She told the story of Camp Pendleton's rich and varied history – starting with the time when Native Americans lived on the land, to the Spanish settlements and subsequent Mexican...



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