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Temecula as a Cattle Town

By Phil Brigandi

     Temecula has been many things: Indian village, cross-roads settlement, railroad town, and (most recently) growing city. But beginning around the turn of the century, many residents and back country ranchers saw Temecula only as a cattle town.

     Many of the enterprises and a fair share of the excitement in town during those years revolved around the cows and cowboys that came to depend on Temecula for their livelihood.

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