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Unread postby alexalonso » July 25th, 2003, 5:59 pm

In the late 1970s and through the 1980s the Santanas had a barrio in the Wilshire area from 3rd Street to about Olympic, they also hung out By Virgil & Wilshire where Mara Salvatrucha is at now, and they had a barrio near Hollywood by Sunset & Vermont.


I dont hear much about the Santanas anymore.

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Unread postby bgcasper » July 27th, 2003, 12:10 pm

now they have a santana in orange county ,its call LOPERS-SANTANA
here some street they claim they hang around madison park :

PINE/5TH/3RD/CYPRESS/ROOSEVELT/CHESTNUT

CEDAR STREET/MADISON PARK/MINNIE/BISHOP/

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Re: Santanas

Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » July 29th, 2003, 10:17 am

Alonso,
Correct me if I'm wrong, but there were no SANTANAS during that time in those areas. The name of the gang was SATANAS, one of the original filipino gangs that started it all for us pinoy g's that came up after them. They did kick it in those areas you mentioned. They had a Berendo kickback spot, a Madison Ave. kickback spot. They were always on the corner of Melrose/Vermont at the Beef Bowl. But their main L.A. corner was over by the Temple Mart on Temple Street/Coronado or Carandolet. That was where the original L.A. Satanas gangsters had their barrio. They started in the early 70's and been there till about the mid-late 80's. They have factions in Cerritos, Long Beach, Oxnard...(I consider those main three because they held down their barrios for a period of time. Actually Cerritos and Oxnard are still holding their turf to this day. Long Beach and L.A. is no more, only a few stragglers remain). Most of the pinoy gangmembers from Satanas of the early 70's/80's are doing long stretches in prison, or still dealing with drug addiction. Most of their recruits/peewees in L.A. are nonactive and are not holding down their original barrio on temple street. Back in the day, they had strict recruitment, they weeded out the busters and kept the riders. But as time went by, the torched wasn't passed and it kinda just faded.

Most filipino gangs don't hold barrios down, because they always end up moving to new areas(or stay mobile), but Satanas was the one of the few of the old school pinoy gangs that did in their day. Most of the pinoy gangs from back then are non-active.

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Re: Santanas

Unread postby nela_4lyf » March 11th, 2004, 8:35 pm

Whuddup Big Dusty Loco, i think he was referring to another gang. I knew some Cuban brawd back in the day that had an uncle from "Santana".. not the same one.. i asked her about the same thing and she said "no, not that".

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Re: Santanas

Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » March 13th, 2004, 11:37 pm

Then that is definitely news to me, as long as I've been here in the LOS. Only Santana I've heard of is in Santa Ana, Orange County.

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Unread postby Lonewolf » June 2nd, 2004, 6:16 pm

Back in the 70's, I used to party with some primos/cousins in Echo Park
and they're was some pleito/beef going around with STS Satanas/"SATAN"
whom where mostly Pinoys/Phillipinos & Chicanos/Mexicans. I know they
were in the Temple St. & Coronado St. neighborhood area by the Westlake
area of L.A., There was talk that they had branched off from West Side
Temple Street but don't know if this is really true. There's still a lot of Pinoys in the area, some belong to RBS Rebel boys, WS CYS Crazys.
As far as confusing SATANAS with SANTANAS, well don't. Santa Ana is in
Orange County and has at least a dozen gangs and several cliques in each of them. The only other one would be SN Santa Nita (Santa Anita) which is by the racetrack in the city of Arcadia. SN is one old Barrio.
Anyhow, don't confuse one with the other, they're all different for sure, and they're all in different areas. STS West Side L. A., SN San Gabriel Valley., S A R Orange County.

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Unread postby K1LLJOY » June 3rd, 2004, 8:22 am

THER WAS ALSO A SANTANAS CLICK OUT HERE IN THE AV

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Unread postby Lonewolf » June 3rd, 2004, 8:21 pm

Say K1LLJOY, you're still confusing santanas with satanas, check it out homie. Satanas means Satan in spanish, and Santanas is a derivative or mis-spelling of Santa Ana which means Saint Ann in spanish. It may sound about the same but it is 2 very different things. Satanas / Satan has always been affiliated with numerous Pinoy Cliques/Gangs, on the other hand Santana / Santa Ana is only in Orange County with a number of Gangs affiliated with the name. All right man / orale homie.

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Unread postby FLACO TSTX3 » January 28th, 2007, 4:09 am

SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.

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Unread postby youngwun » January 28th, 2007, 7:55 am

That area Sunset & Vermont is a gang of gangs going at it now like White Fence, LMLS13, C14, SL13, etc.

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Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » January 28th, 2007, 7:21 pm

FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.

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Unread postby FLACO TSTX3 » January 29th, 2007, 2:27 am

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.



I DONT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE DENY THIS S***.IT MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I WAS TOLD ABOUT THIS FROM MY OLDER HOMIES .
THIS IS WHY THERE WAS A LIL BEEF WITH TEMPLE AND SATANAS A WHILE BACK
BECAUSE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT HOW THEY STARTED OFF .
BUT ALL THAT IS OVER NOW AND SQUASHED.
WERE KOOL WITH THEM NOW.SOMETHING WENT ON AND I THINK WE CLICKED BACK UP ,OR THERE APART OF US SOMEHOW.

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Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » February 3rd, 2007, 9:31 am

FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.



I DONT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE DENY THIS S***.IT MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I WAS TOLD ABOUT THIS FROM MY OLDER HOMIES .
THIS IS WHY THERE WAS A LIL BEEF WITH TEMPLE AND SATANAS A WHILE BACK
BECAUSE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT HOW THEY STARTED OFF .
BUT ALL THAT IS OVER NOW AND SQUASHED.
WERE KOOL WITH THEM NOW.SOMETHING WENT ON AND I THINK WE CLICKED BACK UP ,OR THERE APART OF US SOMEHOW.


Much older homies? Ask your veteranos that are 45+, not the 28 year olds...LOL.

Pinoy Locos was a separate gang no? They just rolled with TST back then. STS was a separate gang, STS-TST or TST-STS went hand in hand.

TST did not absorb all STS beef, they didn't beef with RBS/etc. Do you guys ride out STS beefs? If they were your click, you would have to. If they weren't you click, you can side step it and claim it's none of your bizness.

I'm not arguing homie, just trying to verify.

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Unread postby FLACO TSTX3 » February 4th, 2007, 2:39 am

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.



I DONT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE DENY THIS S***.IT MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I WAS TOLD ABOUT THIS FROM MY OLDER HOMIES .
THIS IS WHY THERE WAS A LIL BEEF WITH TEMPLE AND SATANAS A WHILE BACK
BECAUSE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT HOW THEY STARTED OFF .
BUT ALL THAT IS OVER NOW AND SQUASHED.
WERE KOOL WITH THEM NOW.SOMETHING WENT ON AND I THINK WE CLICKED BACK UP ,OR THERE APART OF US SOMEHOW.


Much older homies? Ask your veteranos that are 45+, not the 28 year olds...LOL.

Pinoy Locos was a separate gang no? They just rolled with TST back then. STS was a separate gang, STS-TST or TST-STS went hand in hand.

TST did not absorb all STS beef, they didn't beef with RBS/etc. Do you guys ride out STS beefs? If they were your click, you would have to. If they weren't you click, you can side step it and claim it's none of your bizness.

I'm not arguing homie, just trying to verify.




MORE LIKE MY 55 YR OLD PINOY HOMIE FROM THE HOOD.
RBS HAS/HAD BEEF WITH STS?

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Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » February 4th, 2007, 8:05 pm

FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.



I DONT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE DENY THIS S***.IT MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I WAS TOLD ABOUT THIS FROM MY OLDER HOMIES .
THIS IS WHY THERE WAS A LIL BEEF WITH TEMPLE AND SATANAS A WHILE BACK
BECAUSE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT HOW THEY STARTED OFF .
BUT ALL THAT IS OVER NOW AND SQUASHED.
WERE KOOL WITH THEM NOW.SOMETHING WENT ON AND I THINK WE CLICKED BACK UP ,OR THERE APART OF US SOMEHOW.


Much older homies? Ask your veteranos that are 45+, not the 28 year olds...LOL.

Pinoy Locos was a separate gang no? They just rolled with TST back then. STS was a separate gang, STS-TST or TST-STS went hand in hand.

TST did not absorb all STS beef, they didn't beef with RBS/etc. Do you guys ride out STS beefs? If they were your click, you would have to. If they weren't you click, you can side step it and claim it's none of your bizness.

I'm not arguing homie, just trying to verify.




MORE LIKE MY 55 YR OLD PINOY HOMIE FROM THE HOOD.
RBS HAS/HAD BEEF WITH STS?


That is proven and old history. RBS has been STSK from the get go. Ask some of your vets from TST, they got caught in some crossfires hanging with STS/HSG. RBS was tight with EXP and lived in the same hood.

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Unread postby FLACO TSTX3 » February 4th, 2007, 10:54 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:
FLACO TSTX3 wrote:SATANAS WAS ORIGINALY A TEMPLE STREET 13 CLICK.
THEY BROKE OFF LATER ON TO THERE OWN GANG.


Can you verify that? I know you love your hood but I've still yet to hear somebody validate that claim.



I DONT KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE DENY THIS S***.IT MAKES PERFECT SENSE.
I WAS TOLD ABOUT THIS FROM MY OLDER HOMIES .
THIS IS WHY THERE WAS A LIL BEEF WITH TEMPLE AND SATANAS A WHILE BACK
BECAUSE OF THE TRUTH ABOUT HOW THEY STARTED OFF .
BUT ALL THAT IS OVER NOW AND SQUASHED.
WERE KOOL WITH THEM NOW.SOMETHING WENT ON AND I THINK WE CLICKED BACK UP ,OR THERE APART OF US SOMEHOW.


Much older homies? Ask your veteranos that are 45+, not the 28 year olds...LOL.

Pinoy Locos was a separate gang no? They just rolled with TST back then. STS was a separate gang, STS-TST or TST-STS went hand in hand.

TST did not absorb all STS beef, they didn't beef with RBS/etc. Do you guys ride out STS beefs? If they were your click, you would have to. If they weren't you click, you can side step it and claim it's none of your bizness.

I'm not arguing homie, just trying to verify.




MORE LIKE MY 55 YR OLD PINOY HOMIE FROM THE HOOD.
RBS HAS/HAD BEEF WITH STS?


That is proven and old history. RBS has been STSK from the get go. Ask some of your vets from TST, they got caught in some crossfires hanging with STS/HSG. RBS was tight with EXP and lived in the same hood.


THOSE CROSSFIRES
IM SURE THAT MUST OF BEEN SOMETHING THAT WASNT LEFT ALONE AND A BIG MISTAKE.
DIDNT THAT START BEEF WITH TST AND RBS.

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Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » February 5th, 2007, 11:23 pm

What you talkin bout willis?

Back to topic, what do your pinoy homies say bout STS and how they got started? I got some of the older generation of STS to be in their 50's. But to hear about a true Pinoy TST that's in their 50's, dude must've really been hanging tough through all the changes.

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Unread postby NikexCortez » February 5th, 2007, 11:33 pm

So what about TST, were they made by Mexicans or Filipinos?

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Unread postby FLACO TSTX3 » February 6th, 2007, 12:19 am

NikexCortez wrote:So what about TST, were they made by Mexicans or Filipinos?


IT WAS STARTED BY HISPANIC AND PHILLIPINO AMERICANS.
BUT ITS SAID THAT AT FIRST IT STARTED OFF AS A PHILLIPINO GANG WITH A LITTLE BIT OF HISPANICS IN IT,THEN HISPANICS OVER CROWDED IT.
EITHER WAY ITS STILL GOOD.



VARRIO.TEMPLE STREET.13.PARK DILLON LOCOS. FLAKO'

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Unread postby BIG DUSTY LOCO » February 10th, 2007, 1:32 am

FLACO TSTX3 wrote:
NikexCortez wrote:So what about TST, were they made by Mexicans or Filipinos?


IT WAS STARTED BY HISPANIC AND PHILLIPINO AMERICANS.
BUT ITS SAID THAT AT FIRST IT STARTED OFF AS A PHILLIPINO GANG WITH A LITTLE BIT OF HISPANICS IN IT,THEN HISPANICS OVER CROWDED IT.
EITHER WAY ITS STILL GOOD.



VARRIO.TEMPLE STREET.13.PARK DILLON LOCOS. FLAKO'


And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 10th, 2007, 7:38 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road
to San Gabriel and in the Ramona (Gardens) area. You also had them on
1st street by prospect park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became know as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before know as The Flats/Russian Flats which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to todays hillside of Boyle Heights. You had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans alonf the area of Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sisable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
Yo had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far as east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
and you had . You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 10th, 2007, 7:38 pm

I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road
to San Gabriel and in the Ramona (Gardens) area. You also had them on
1st street by prospect park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became know as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before know as The Flats/Russian Flats which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to todays hillside of Boyle Heights. You had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans alonf the area of Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sisable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
Yo had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far as east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
and you had . You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 10th, 2007, 7:50 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road
to San Gabriel and in the Ramona (Gardens) area. You also had them on
1st street by prospect park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became know as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before know as The Flats/Russian Flats which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to todays hillside of Boyle Heights. You had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans alonf the area of Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sisable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
Yo had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far as east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
and you had . You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
Throw out as truth. TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, R&R camps, orange groves, peach
Groves, shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 10th, 2007, 8:50 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel.
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had them on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became known as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before known as The Flats/The Flatlands which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to today’s hillside of Boyle Heights. You had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans along the area of the Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sizable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
You had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far >> east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as the neighborhood on
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley >> in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
throw out as truth. >> TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, R&R camps, orange groves, peach
groves, shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
company towns, labor camps, ravines, canyon sides >> “URBAN VILLAGES”
Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

Inactive and Past Barrios/Gangs/Hoods of Los Angeles County

In the hillside area facing east to Boyle Heights was an area called
El Puerton aka El Paredon. In the area where Vail School is today
there lived many Mexican families, so many Mexicans lived in this
area that later Vail School became known as the “Mexican School”
and this was as far back as 1912/1914. Bridge Street, Date Street,
Plymouth Street were additional places where Mex families lived.

Mexican communities existed from one end of today’s city, all
across the L.A. basin. From Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood
which became known as Barrio “La Vicente” to the neighborhood
on the East Side “LAND OF THE SUNNY HOMES QUE MARAVILLA”
>> Belvedere Gardens/East L.A. . . From Don Antonio Lugo’s land
in City of Commerce in the area that was L.A’s. “12th Street which
nowadays is East Side CHOPPERS neighborhood to the LA LOMA
neighborhood area aka “The Five Points” in the Harbor Area were
Palos Verdes Drive North, Gaffey Street, Anaheim Street, Vermont
and Normandie Avenues meet overlooking Harbor Lake (Machado
Lake) >> this is were the Varrios VLLR La Loma, HxL Harbor Loma,
PWL Park Western Loma all get their names from >> this is where
the Mexican resident families were later relocated to Housing Pjs.
FYI: Mexican families from Sonoratown expanded out north to the
Barrio Pales Verdes and these were the families that later were
pushed out to the Chavez Ravine area which was called LAS ANIMAS.
Mexicans were in Watts in what became later known as LA COLONIA
when the Anglos moved in afterwards. La Colonia goes back even
before 1900. Over in the west side you had the Lindero Canyon and
Triunfo Canyon neighborhoods in what is today WESTLAKE.

Needless to say, you had Mexicans in places that today we know as ..

San Fernando
Pacoima
Sun Valley
Padua Hills
Azusa
Burbank
Glendale
Torrance
Pasadena
Monterey Park
Pomona
San Gabriel
Culver City
Santa Monica
Long Beach
Placentia
Fullerton
La Puente
Norwalk
El Monte
Pomona
Gardena
Florence
North Hollywood
Inglewood
Vernon
Claremont
La Habra
Cucamonga
Venice
Sawtelle
San Pedro
Wilmington
Van Nuys
East Hollywood
Northridge
and more . . .

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 10th, 2007, 10:27 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 11th, 2007, 10:27 am

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became known as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before known as The Flats/The Flatlands which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to today’s hillside of Boyle Heights, and you had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans along the area of the Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sizable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
You had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far >> east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as the neighborhood on
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley >> in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
throw out as truth. >> TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, orange groves, peach orchards,
shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
company towns, R&R labor camps, ravines, canyon sides >> “URBAN VILLAGES”

Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

In the hillside area facing east to Boyle Heights was an area called
El Puerton aka El Paredon. In the area where Vail School is today
there lived many Mexican families, so many Mexicans lived in this
area that later Vail School became known as the “Mexican School”
and this was as far back as 1912/1914. Bridge Street, Date Street,
Plymouth Street were additional places where Mex families lived.

Mexican communities existed from one end of today’s city, all
across the L.A. basin. From Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood
which became known as Barrio “La Vicente” to the neighborhood
on the East Side LAND OF THE SUNNY HOMES “QUE MARAVILLA”
>> Belvedere Gardens/East L.A. . . From Don Antonio Lugo’s land
in City of Commerce in the area that was L.A’s. “12th Street which
nowadays is East Side CHOPPERS neighborhood, to the LA LOMA
neighborhood area aka “The Five Points” in the Harbor Area were
Palos Verdes Drive North, Gaffey Street, Anaheim Street, Vermont
and Normandie Avenues meet overlooking Harbor Lake (Machado
Lake) >> this is were the Varrios VLLR La Loma, HxL Harbor Loma,
PWL Park Western Loma all get their names from >> this is where
the Mexican resident families were later relocated to Housing Pjs.
FYI: Mexican families from Sonoratown expanded out north to the
Barrio Pales Verdes and these were the families that later were
pushed out to the Chavez Ravine area which was called LAS ANIMAS.
Mexicans were in Watts in what became later known as LA COLONIA
when the Anglos moved in afterwards. La Colonia goes back even
before 1900. Over on the west side you had the Lindero Canyon and
Triunfo Canyon neighborhoods in what is today WESTLAKE.

Needless to say, you had Mexicans in places that today we know as ..

San Fernando
Pacoima
Sun Valley
Padua Hills
Azusa
Burbank
Glendale
Torrance
Pasadena
Monterey Park
Pomona
San Gabriel
Culver City
Santa Monica
Long Beach
Placentia
Fullerton
La Puente
Norwalk
El Monte
Pomona
Gardena
Florence
North Hollywood
Inglewood
Vernon
Claremont
La Habra
Cucamonga
Venice
Sawtelle
San Pedro
Wilmington
Van Nuys
East Hollywood
Northridge
TUJUNGA
SUNLAND
and more . . .

Inactive and Past Barrios/Gangs/Hoods of Los Angeles County

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 11th, 2007, 12:57 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became known as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before known as The Flats/The Flatlands which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to today’s hillside of Boyle Heights, and you had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans along the area of the Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sizable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
You had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far >> east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as the neighborhood on
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley >> in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
throw out as truth. >> TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, orange groves, peach orchards,
shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
company towns, R&R labor camps, ravines, canyon sides >> “URBAN VILLAGES”

Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

In the hillside area facing east to Boyle Heights was an area called
El Puerton aka El Paredon. In the area where Vail School is today
there lived many Mexican families, so many Mexicans lived in this
area that later Vail School became known as the “Mexican School”
and this was as far back as 1912/1914. Bridge Street, Date Street,
Plymouth Street were additional places where Mex families lived.

Mexican communities existed from one end of today’s city, all
across the L.A. basin. From Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood
which became known as Barrio “La Vicente” to the neighborhood
on the East Side LAND OF THE SUNNY HOMES “QUE MARAVILLA”
>> Belvedere Gardens/East L.A. . . From Don Antonio Lugo’s land
in City of Commerce in the area that was L.A’s. “12th Street which
nowadays is East Side CHOPPERS neighborhood, to the LA LOMA
neighborhood area aka “The Five Points” in the Harbor Area were
Palos Verdes Drive North, Gaffey Street, Anaheim Street, Vermont
and Normandie Avenues meet overlooking Harbor Lake (Machado
Lake) >> this is were the Varrios VLLR La Loma, HxL Harbor Loma,
PWL Park Western Loma all get their names from >> this is where
the Mexican resident families were later relocated to Housing Pjs.
FYI: Mexican families from Sonoratown expanded out north to the
Barrio Pales Verdes and these were the families that later were
pushed out to the Chavez Ravine area which was called LAS ANIMAS.
Mexicans were in Watts in what became later known as LA COLONIA
when the Anglos moved in afterwards. La Colonia goes back even
before 1900. Over on the west side you had the Lindero Canyon and
Triunfo Canyon neighborhoods in what is today WESTLAKE.

Needless to say, you had Mexicans in places that today we know as ..

San Fernando
Pacoima
Sun Valley
Padua Hills
Azusa
Burbank
Glendale
Torrance
Pasadena
Monterey Park
Pomona
San Gabriel
Culver City
Santa Monica
Long Beach
Placentia
Fullerton
La Puente
Norwalk
El Monte
Pomona
Gardena
Florence
North Hollywood
Inglewood
Vernon
Claremont
La Habra
Cucamonga
Venice
Sawtelle
San Pedro
Wilmington
Van Nuys
East Hollywood
Northridge
TUJUNGA
SUNLAND
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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 11th, 2007, 12:58 pm

wtf ... what's up with this debug mode on sg? . . . can't fockin' post sh*t!

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 12th, 2007, 9:56 am

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became known as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before known as The Flats/The Flatlands which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to today’s hillside of Boyle Heights, and you had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans along the area of the Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sizable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
You had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far >> east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as the neighborhood on
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley >> in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
throw out as truth. >> TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, orange groves, peach orchards,
shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
company towns, R&R labor camps, ravines, canyon sides >> “URBAN VILLAGES”

Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

In the hillside area facing east to Boyle Heights was an area called
El Puerton aka El Paredon. In the area where Vail School is today
there lived many Mexican families, so many Mexicans lived in this
area that later Vail School became known as the “Mexican School”
and this was as far back as 1912/1914. Bridge Street, Date Street,
Plymouth Street were additional places where Mex families lived.

Mexican communities existed from one end of today’s city, all
across the L.A. basin. From Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood
which became known as Barrio “La Vicente” to the neighborhood
on the East Side LAND OF THE SUNNY HOMES “QUE MARAVILLA”
>> Belvedere Gardens/East L.A. . . From Don Antonio Lugo’s land
in City of Commerce in the area that was L.A’s. “12th Street which
nowadays is East Side CHOPPERS neighborhood, to the LA LOMA
neighborhood area aka “The Five Points” in the Harbor Area were
Palos Verdes Drive North, Gaffey Street, Anaheim Street, Vermont
and Normandie Avenues meet overlooking Harbor Lake (Machado
Lake) >> this is were the Varrios VLLR La Loma, HxL Harbor Loma,
PWL Park Western Loma all get their names from >> this is where
the Mexican resident families were later relocated to Housing Pjs.
FYI: Mexican families from Sonoratown expanded out north to the
Barrio Pales Verdes and these were the families that later were
pushed out to the Chavez Ravine area which was called LAS ANIMAS.
Mexicans were in Watts in what became later known as LA COLONIA
when the Anglos moved in afterwards. La Colonia goes back even
before 1900. Over on the west side you had the Lindero Canyon and
Triunfo Canyon neighborhoods in what is today WESTLAKE.

Needless to say, you had Mexicans in places that today we know as ..

San Fernando
Pacoima
Sun Valley
Padua Hills
Azusa
Burbank
Glendale
Torrance
Pasadena
Monterey Park
Pomona
San Gabriel
Culver City
Santa Monica
Long Beach
Placentia
Fullerton
La Puente
Norwalk
El Monte
Pomona
Gardena
Florence
North Hollywood
Inglewood
Vernon
Claremont
La Habra
Cucamonga
Venice
Sawtelle
San Pedro
Wilmington
Van Nuys
East Hollywood
Northridge
TUJUNGA
SUNLAND
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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 12th, 2007, 1:08 pm

I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 12th, 2007, 1:09 pm

I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.

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Unread postby Lonewolf » February 12th, 2007, 6:16 pm

BIG DUSTY LOCO wrote:And there you have it...the Temple Street area was the only place immigrants could live in during the early part of the 1900's (20's-30's) in that part of town. The eastside was still pretty much white. To uncover true L.A. history, just dig into a few census reports and old newspaper clippings if you have access. You can figure out the rest from having those basic facts.


I suppose it depends on what you would call "The east side" because you
had the Macy Street neighborhood, the Aliso Street neighborhood, the
Utah Street neighborhood, you had Mexicans on the Vernon Colonia and
in the Old Mission Vineyard area >> mission road. You had them on North
Main >> mission street/road to San Gabriel, all these on “The east side.”
And in the Ramona (Gardens) neighborhood area. You also had Raza on
1st street by Prospect Park north of Brooklyn and also on 8th street.
You had Mexicans on the Rio Hondo area at the fork where the LA River
meets up with Rio Hondo and you had them in the area around Marianna
which became known as Belvedere Gardens. You had a hell of a lot of
Mexicans along the Montebello Hills area stretching across the Southern
Pacific/Santa Fe R&R tracks >> an area that later became BARRIO
SIMONS aka The Brickyard. You also had Mexicans in what is today the
Laguna Park Vikings Varrio. And of course you had Mexicans in what was
before known as The Flats/The Flatlands which covered an area from
Alameda all the way to today’s hillside of Boyle Heights, and you had Mexicans
on Clarence Street. You also had Mexicans along the area of the Lincoln Hts
Downey Playground area >> which was called Buena Vista and of course
you had a very sizable community along Arroyo Seco . You also had many
Mexicans in the area that was called The Hole which later became known
as EL HOYO MV and also more Mexicans around where FORD ST is today.
You had some more Mexican families living in the area where Lorena St is
today and also on the area of Ficket Street. You also had the Elysian Park
neighborhood which extended as far >> east to meet up with Arroyo Seco
You had Mexicans living on the east side as far south as the neighborhood on
Clara Street in Bell Gardens. And if you consider Frog Town a part of NELA
THEN THEY WERE THERE TOO >> in an area of Glendale that was called
"RiverSide" aka Little River Valley >> in the North East part of Elysian Hills.

"I GOT PLENTY MORE >> HISTORY FACTS regarding Mexicans on the ExS"

In regards to “census” and “news clips” of the times/era, Homeboy, you know
better than that. The Anglos during that era were working hard on making L.A.
the Garden of Eden and portraying it as such to the rest of the nation in order to
bring in their COLONIZATION, and Mexicans were personas-non-gratas señor!
Anglos were more than happy to relegate the Mexicans into “obscurity”. . .

I got plenty of literature that contradicts whatever mainstream history wants to
throw out as truth. >> TRUTH IS >> MEXICANS were all over the damn place.

WE WERE FRONT LINE living in hillsides, orange groves, peach orchards,
shantytowns, cholo courts, all along the banks of the wandering LA River,
company towns, R&R labor camps, ravines, canyon sides >> “URBAN VILLAGES”

Everywhere and everyplace. A continuous migration that began some 200 years
before the ruffians/goldseekers arrived. “TRUTH BE TOLD”!

In the hillside area facing east to Boyle Heights was an area called
El Puerton aka El Paredon. In the area where Vail School is today
there lived many Mexican families, so many Mexicans lived in this
area that later Vail School became known as the “Mexican School”
and this was as far back as 1912/1914. Bridge Street, Date Street,
Plymouth Street were additional places where Mex families lived.

Mexican communities existed from one end of today’s city, all
across the L.A. basin. From Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood
which became known as Barrio “La Vicente” to the neighborhood
on the East Side LAND OF THE SUNNY HOMES “QUE MARAVILLA”
>> Belvedere Gardens/East L.A. . . From Don Antonio Lugo’s land
in City of Commerce in the area that was L.A’s. “12th Street which
nowadays is East Side CHOPPERS neighborhood, to the LA LOMA
neighborhood area aka “The Five Points” in the Harbor Area were
Palos Verdes Drive North, Gaffey Street, Anaheim Street, Vermont
and Normandie Avenues meet overlooking Harbor Lake (Machado
Lake) >> this is were the Varrios VLLR La Loma, HxL Harbor Loma,
PWL Park Western Loma all get their names from >> this is where
the Mexican resident families were later relocated to Housing Pjs.
FYI: Mexican families from Sonoratown expanded out north to the
Barrio Pales Verdes and these were the families that later were
pushed out to the Chavez Ravine area which was called LAS ANIMAS.
Mexicans were in Watts in what became later known as LA COLONIA
when the Anglos moved in afterwards. La Colonia goes back even
before 1900. Over on the west side you had the Lindero Canyon and
Triunfo Canyon neighborhoods in what is today WESTLAKE.

Needless to say, you had Mexicans in places that today we know as ..

San Fernando
Pacoima
Sun Valley
Padua Hills
Azusa
Burbank
Glendale
Torrance
Pasadena
Monterey Park
Pomona
San Gabriel
Culver City
Santa Monica
Long Beach
Placentia
Fullerton
La Puente
Norwalk
El Monte
Pomona
Gardena
Florence
North Hollywood
Inglewood
Vernon
Claremont
La Habra
Cucamonga
Venice
Sawtelle
San Pedro
Wilmington
Van Nuys
East Hollywood
Northridge
TUJUNGA
SUNLAND
and more . . .


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