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City of Lancaster, California
The city of Lancaster is among the largest cities of the Los Angeles County, California. It is situated in the Antelope Valley in the west part of the Mojave Desert. Being a part of a twin city together with the Palmdale, this city is one of the principal cities of the California’s High Desert.
Located 70 miles north of LA County, this city is surrounded by mountain ranges such as the Sierra Nevada and San Gabriel Range. These are two major mountain ranges of the California State.
In 1960, the population was only at a small number of around 26,000, but on the last United States of America Survey , the population of the entire Lancaster City was around 161,000.
According to historians, the name of this city was believed to be because Mr. M.L. Wicks, a famous real estate developer who purchased a total of six sections of the land in 1884 when it was sold by the Southern Pacific Railroad, named the land after his former home in Pennsylvania. Lancaster was already a home to people even before it was incorporated.
Another possible reason why the land was called Lancaster was because it was named as such by Mr. Purnell, the person assigned to name all the stations included in the Southern Pacific Railroad, although it was not really proven because the fire in 1906 destroyed most of the documents that the city kept.
The progress of the city started when the Southern Pacific Railroad was established to operate in the year 1876. A water stop was also established in the land. The Western Hotel, known today as the Gilwyn, was also built in 1890 that made the city prosperous and popular.
In 1898, when gold were discovered in the northern part of the Lancaster, the Antelope Valley was made known as well all throughout the world as the world’s largest mine for borax when borax was found in the land.
Another contribution to the progress of Lancaster City was the flight tests conducted in the area in 1930 when the Air Force chose the land to bring the first airplane. The Muroc Air Base in Lancaster was where the flight tests were held.
Lancaster was also the city where the first musical road was held. The Civic Musical Road of Lancaster played part of William Tell Overture, the theme used in the Lone Ranger television show. Honda also used this music for its commercial. But due to the disturbing noise it created, residents complained about it, which forced the musical road to be reinstalled in a new location.
In the year 1977, when the land was under the governance of the Los Angeles County, the City of Lancaster was incorporated. The citizens agreed in unity to have established the cityhood, thus the Lancaster was voted to be incorporated as a city.
The Council-Manager form of government and the responsive and responsible citizens of the city make the City of Lancaster a great place to live in and a place worth visiting all year round.