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  2. San Jose State University - Wikipedia

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    San José State University was originally established in 1857 as the Minns Evening Normal School in San Francisco.It was founded by George W. Minns.. In 1862, by act of the California legislature, Minns Evening Normal School became the California State Normal School and graduated 54 women from a three-year program.

  3. Almaden Valley, San Jose - Wikipedia

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    Almaden Valley's origins go back to the early 1800s in what is now its southernmost neighborhood, known as New Almaden (Spanish: Nueva Almadén).In the 1820s, there were several attempts by local Californio officials from the Pueblo of San José to mine the area for silver, including an 1824 venture led by Don Antonio Suñol, a prominent local figure, and Luis Chaboya, of Rancho Yerba Buena.

  4. San Ramon, California - Wikipedia

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    San Ramon (Spanish: San Ramón, meaning "St. Raymond") is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, located within the San Ramon Valley, and 34 miles (55 km) east of San Francisco. San Ramon's population was 84,605 per the 2020 census , [9] making it the 4th largest city in Contra Costa County, behind Richmond , Concord and ...

  5. Googleplex - Wikipedia

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    The original campus SGI Campus. The site was previously occupied by Silicon Graphics (SGI). The office space and corporate campus is located within a larger 26-acre (11-hectare) site that contains Charleston Park, a 5-acre (2-hectare) public park; improved access to Permanente Creek; and public roads that connect the corporate site to Shoreline Park and the Bay Trail.

  6. San Diego - Wikipedia

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    San Diego (/ ˌ s æ n d i ˈ eɪ ɡ oʊ / SAN dee-AY-goh, Spanish: [san ˈdjeɣo]; Spanish for 'Saint Didacus') is a major city in the U.S. state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and immediately adjacent to the Mexican border.

  7. Route of California High-Speed Rail - Wikipedia

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    San Francisco to San Jose. The 51-mile (82 km) bookend from San Francisco to San Jose used by Caltrain is scheduled to be electrified by 2024. High-speed trains will run at 110 miles per hour (180 km/h) on shared tracks as far as the San Francisco 4th and King Street station starting in 2031, a few years after the completion of the Central Valley segment.

  8. Santa Clara Valley - Wikipedia

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    The valley with its scenic beauty, mild climate, and thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees was known as "The Valley of Heart's Delight". Various fruit cooperatives were formed in the area to deal with economic issues, including The California Fruit Union (founded in 1883) and the Santa Clara County Fruit Exchange (founded in 1892).

  9. San Francisco Transbay Terminal - Wikipedia

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    The San Francisco Transbay Terminal was a transportation complex in San Francisco, California, United States, roughly in the center of the rectangle bounded north–south by Mission Street and Howard Street, and east–west by Beale Street and 2nd Street in the South of Market area of the city. It opened on January 14, 1939 as a train station ...