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Named after the Bishop and Philosopher George Berkeley. This city is on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. Berkeley is bordered by the cities of Oakland and Emeryville to the South Albany and Kensington to the north and Contra Costa County and the ridges of the Berkeley Hills.
The area that is known as Berkeley today was the territory of the Chochenyo and Huchiun tribe of the Ohlone people before the European settlers arrived. Relics of these Native American tribe have been found along the downtown area of Berkeley and as far as Strawberry Creek and the shoreline of San Francisco Bay.
The De Anza Expedition is credited as the first group of Europeans to arrive in the Berkeley area in 1776. They established the Presido of San Francisco, which is due west of Berkeley and right at the entrance of San Francisco Bay. A soldier of that expedition by the name of Luis Peralta was given the land on the east shore of San Francisco for his ranch. This land is where modern day Berkeley is now situated.
Rancho San Antonio was the name of Luis Peralta’s ranch. It was a cattle ranch that provided meat and hides for the settlers. Peralta eventually portioned his land to his four sons. The majority of the land in Berkeley went to Domingo and a part of Berkeley was also part of another son, Vicente’s portion. Not much is known about the 2 ranch portions but the title of the Peralta land grant is still intact.
The gold rush sees the coming of squatters on the ranches of Domingo and Vicente. Eventually they lost most of their lands to various American settlers . Early Berkeley was a combination of farms, ranches, vast open lands and a small but busy wharf by the bay. It was not named Berkeley yet, but just the northern part of the Oakland Township division of Alameda County.
It was in 1866 that the College of California went looking for a new site for their campus. They decided in a location north of Oakland, on the foot of the Contra Costa Range and beside Strawberry Creek. The name Berkeley was suggested by Frederick Billings, a student of the College of California while watching ships moving to and from the Golden Gate Bridge. They then changed how the name is pronounced to American English as “Burk-lee”.
The 20th century saw the growth of Berkeley as a city and a center of education. The earthquake of 1906, the Great Depression and a massive fire could not stop the city’s growth. Despite the setbacks and with the help of the schools in the area, Berkeley has become a city of its own and eventually becoming one of the most politically liberal cities in the United States.
Here are a few locations that should be visited when in Berkeley, The University of California, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Graduate Theological Union, Tilden Regional Park, East Shore State Park, Berkeley Marina, Cesar Chavez Park to name a few places.