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Prunes become a major crop; canneries and food packing plants around Healdsburg provide many jobs, especially for women.Natale Bacigalupi arrives in Santa Rosa, becomes unofficial mayor of "Little Italy." He runs a grocery store and makes "seed money" loans to immigrants. (Joe) Hotchkiss and James Miller develop winery & prune packing operations.

Ross on Sonoma coast in 1812, hoping to prosper with sea otter trade. Mariano Vallejo, "the last of the Conquistadores," arrives, becomes dominant landholder and political leader through most of the 19th century, with up to 50,000 head of cattle; first home built on Petaluma Rancho 1834-36; Vallejo leads assaults, takes control over rebellious Indians in 1830s; creates a pueblo with a large plaza in Sonoma in 1835.Rose Catholic Church, Western and La Rose Hotels, Carnegie Library, Jack London's Wolfhouse and wineries.Quarries become third largest industry after wine and dairying.Petaluman Brainerd Jones becomes a leading county architect for more than 40 years, blending styles oflate 19th and early 20th century.He builds Carnegie libraries and prestige homes in Petaluma and Santa Rosa. Sebastopol train depotbuilt, now home of West County Museum."Battle of Sebastopol Avenue" in Santa Rosa pits steam train supporters against backers of new electrictrain.

Ross on Sonoma coast in 1812, hoping to prosper with sea otter trade. Mariano Vallejo, "the last of the Conquistadores," arrives, becomes dominant landholder and political leader through most of the 19th century, with up to 50,000 head of cattle; first home built on Petaluma Rancho 1834-36; Vallejo leads assaults, takes control over rebellious Indians in 1830s; creates a pueblo with a large plaza in Sonoma in 1835.

Rose Catholic Church, Western and La Rose Hotels, Carnegie Library, Jack London's Wolfhouse and wineries.

Quarries become third largest industry after wine and dairying.

Petaluman Brainerd Jones becomes a leading county architect for more than 40 years, blending styles oflate 19th and early 20th century.

He builds Carnegie libraries and prestige homes in Petaluma and Santa Rosa. Sebastopol train depotbuilt, now home of West County Museum."Battle of Sebastopol Avenue" in Santa Rosa pits steam train supporters against backers of new electrictrain.

Spanish flu epidimic hits, leaves 175 dead by early 1919; 160 children ill at Lytton home north of Healdsburg (Oct., 1918); residents urged to wear masks; schools and theaters closed; heavy death toll at Sonoma State Hosp.