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this is were the first people that came to the San Fernando Valley in the 1800 buriedAdded July 24, 2017 by Enrique macias BIG HANK
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Although this history of this place is quite remarkable, sadly, there is visually not much to see here. Vandals and robbers have made off with most of the headstones, and a guided tour I took was primarily a discussion of what used to be here and what was visible through ground penetrating radar. An interesting piece of Valley history, but not really worth a trip. If you have funds to contribute to its restoration or to the historical preservation society that supports the site, by all means do so, and maybe this place will be restored.Added January 11, 2017 by Hurricane Linda
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Well, I've become an adult over the past 48+ years. This Nissan dealership, and various others have seemed to satisfy a good, hard-working market. I have stayed away from these very current and modern sales facilities because I have known my credit would concerns wouldv be embarrassing.Added October 23, 2016 by Michael S
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Very interesting location, must have driven past it 100 times. We ended up visiting because of its historical designation: California Historical Landmark #753. Earlier known as Morningside Cemetery, this is the oldest nonsectarian cemetery in San Fernando Valley. It was used from the early 1800s until 1939, it was legally abandoned in 1959, when Mrs. Nellis S. Noble donated the site in memory of the pioneers of San Fernando.Added August 20, 2016 by Zeke Barragan
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Website address: sfvhs.com
Website title: San Fernando Valley Historical Society