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CHL No. 789 Site of the Los Angeles Star - Los Angeles


NO. 789 SITE OF THE LOS ANGELES STAR - Southern California's first newspaper, The Los Angeles Star, was founded in this block on May 17, 1851 and for many years exerted a major influence upon this part of the state. Suspended temporarily from 1864 to 1868, it continued later as an effective voice of the people until its final termination date in 1879.


Fletcher Bowron Square, 300 block of N Main, between Temple and Aliso Sts, Los Angeles
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The Los Angeles Star (La Estrella de Los Angeles) was originally published with four pages. Two were in English two were in Spanish.

NO. 789 SITE OF THE LOS ANGELES STAR - Fletcher Bowron Square