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TVHS to present story of Magee Family and Rancho Las Flores

 

Last updated 9/20/2018 at 11:24pm

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Rancho Las Flores and the Magee family who lived on part of U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is the subject of Barbara Greenbush's presentation, Sept. 24, at the Temecula Valley Historical Society.

TEMECULA – Barbara Greenbush of the Camp Pendleton Historical Society will give a presentation 6 p.m. Sept. 24, to the Temecula Valley Historical Society at the Little Temecula History Center. She will speak on the subjects of Rancho Las Flores and the Magee family who lived on part of what is U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton today. The Las Flores Adobe is an example of California "Monterey style" architecture and is a registered National Historic Landmark. 

In 1882, the property was leased to the family of Jane Magee, who was known as the "Bean Queen" because she raised l...



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