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  • ...fic coast near the southwestern corner of the state and is the seat of San Diego County. ...n Diego Historical Society, 1960), revised edition online at http://www.sandiegohistory.org/books/wcb/wcb.htm, chapter 2. </ref>
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  • #REDIRECT [[San Diego]]
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  • * [[San Diego/Catalogs/Popular culture|References to San Diego in popular culture]] * [[San Diego/Catalogs/Twinned cities|Twinned (sister) cities]]
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  • #redirect[[Plan de San Diego]]
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  • ...y led the company to discontinue all streetcar service in 1949, making San Diego the first major Southwestern city to convert to an all-bus transit system. ...6--Original Car and-Driver in 1911.jpg/credit}}<br />"Rapid Transit in San Diego: 1886 / Original Car and Driver" Panama-California Exposition Ground-breaki
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  • ...png|thumb|right|200px|{{SDA emblem.png/credit}}<br />The emblem of the San Diego and Arizona Railway, introduced in 1922.]] ...s sold their interests in the railroad (which was thereafter named the San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railway) to the Southern Pacific.
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  • {{r|Mission San Diego de Alcalá}} {{r|San Diegan}}
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  • The '''Plan de San Diego''' was a failed insurrection in 1915 in south [[Texas]], whereby [[Latino h ...hes before the Texas Rangers smashed the insurrection, with probably a thousand killed in skirmishes, as most rebels returned to Mexico. Tejanos strongly
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  • ...System]] purchased the SD&AE from Southern Pacific to establish the [[San Diego Trolley]], an interurban light rail passenger line. Throughout the interven
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  • ...na'' (part of the Spreckels transportation empire) plies the waters of San Diego Bay ''circa'' 1910. The vessel was built at the Risdon Iron Works in [[Oakl
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  • ...d V.|year=1960|title=Rails of the Silver Gate|publisher=Golden West Books, San Marino, CA|id=ISBN 0-87095-019-3}} * {{cite book|author=Hanft, Robert M.|year=1984|title=San Diego & Arizona: The Impossible Railroad|publisher=Trans-Anglo Books, Glendale, C
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  • ...4, 1906 edition of the ''San Diego Union'' proclaims, "''RAILROAD FROM SAN DIEGO TO YUMA IS NOW ASSURED.''" ...City Trustees of San Diego, and helped organize the [[Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway]]'s subsidiary line the [[California Southern Railroad]].</ref
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  • * {{cite book|author=Deutsch, Reena|year=2011|title=San Diego and Arizona Railway: The Impossible Railroad|publisher=Arcadia Publishing, ...d V.|year=1960|title=Rails of the Silver Gate|publisher=Golden West Books, San Marino, CA|id=ISBN 0-87095-019-3}}
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  • * Coerver, Don M. "Plan of San Diego" in [http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/PP/ngp4.html ''Hand
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  • {{r|Mission San Diego de Alcalá}} {{r|San Diegan}}
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  • ...}<br />During the Mission Period, natives occupying lands near Mission San Diego de Alcalá were referred to as ''Diegueños'' by the Spaniards.<ref>Loumala ...utilize a primitive plow to prepare a field for planting near Mission San Diego de Alcalá.
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • ...fic coast near the southwestern corner of the state and is the seat of San Diego County. ...n Diego Historical Society, 1960), revised edition online at http://www.sandiegohistory.org/books/wcb/wcb.htm, chapter 2. </ref>
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • ...4, 1906 edition of the ''San Diego Union'' proclaims, "''RAILROAD FROM SAN DIEGO TO YUMA IS NOW ASSURED.''" ...City Trustees of San Diego, and helped organize the [[Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway]]'s subsidiary line the [[California Southern Railroad]].</ref
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  • {{r|Named passenger trains of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway}} {{r|San Diegan}}
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  • ...png|thumb|right|200px|{{SDA emblem.png/credit}}<br />The emblem of the San Diego and Arizona Railway, introduced in 1922.]] ...s sold their interests in the railroad (which was thereafter named the San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railway) to the Southern Pacific.
    12 KB (1,942 words) - 07:40, 17 November 2013
  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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  • * {{cite book|author=Deutsch, Reena|year=2011|title=San Diego and Arizona Railway: The Impossible Railroad|publisher=Arcadia Publishing, ...d V.|year=1960|title=Rails of the Silver Gate|publisher=Golden West Books, San Marino, CA|id=ISBN 0-87095-019-3}}
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  • ...y led the company to discontinue all streetcar service in 1949, making San Diego the first major Southwestern city to convert to an all-bus transit system. ...6--Original Car and-Driver in 1911.jpg/credit}}<br />"Rapid Transit in San Diego: 1886 / Original Car and Driver" Panama-California Exposition Ground-breaki
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  • ...nia]]'''<br />[[Image:Deakin SD circa 1899.jpg|350px]]<br />'''Mission San Diego de Alcalá, ''circa'' 1899.'''<ref>{{Deakin SD circa 1899.jpg/credit}}</ref |[[San Diego, California]]
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  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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