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The city of Milpitas, California is located in Santa Clara County. It is south of San Jose and north of Fremont. The city is bordered by Alameda County in the north, the eastern end of State route 237 and East Bay in the east. It is also a part of what is famously known as Silicon Valley. More on Milpitas CA
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The city of Milpitas, California is located in Santa Clara County. It is south of San Jose and north of Fremont. The city is bordered by Alameda County in the north, the eastern end of State route 237 and East Bay in the east. It is also a part of what is famously known as Silicon Valley.
The first inhabitants of Milpitas were the Tamyen a subtribe of the Ohlone people who were living in the San Francisco Bay Area before the Europeans came. They lived as hunters and gatherers. There is even archaeological evidence that there was a flourishing trade between the Tamyen and other tribes in Sacramento and Monterey.
The Spanish expeditions in the late 18th century saw several missions founded throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Milpitas acted as a crossroad between the Mission Santa Clara de Asis in present day Santa Clara and Mission San Jose de Guadalupe found in modern day Fremont.
Modern day Milpitas’ land area was divided among the three ranchos namely Rancho Milpitas which was granted to Jose Maria Alviso, Rancho Rincon de Los Esteros which was given to Ygnacio Alviso, and Rancho Los Tularcitos which was granted to Jose Higuera.
The land owners built adobe homes on their lands. These homes still exist today and are considered the oldest structures in Milpitas. The city of Milpitas is making a huge effort to preserve these houses and giving everyone a chance to see how life was back then.
In 1850, there was a large number of immigrants who came to work in the fertile farms of Milipitas. These early immigrants have Milpitas street names named after them to honor their contributions to the city.
In 1857 there was a move to add a post office in the area and so a name had to be chosen for the township. During that time, the name Penitencia which means a small Roman Catholic confession building was gaining support. Joseph Weller then argued that the Spanish word Penitentia might be confused with the English word penitentiary. Instead, he suggested they use another well know name in the area. He suggested Milpitas after Alviso’s ranch, the Rancho Milpitas.
January 26, 1954 was when San Jose City wanted to annex Milpitas. However, a great majority of the people in Milpitas did not want to be annexed to San Jose. This was proven in the 1961 election and to commemorate the event, Milpitas adopted the statue of Daniel Chester’s French Minuteman.
The name Milpitas is a Mexican-Spanish word for little cornfield. The word Milpitas was used by Jose Maria Alviso in naming his grant the Rancho de las Milpitas. The name could mean that there were small Native American gardens near the ranch because of the rich soil in the area.
Milpitas is part of the area known as Silicon Valley and has quite a number of computer and electronics companies that call Milpitas home. These companies include, Avaya, Intersil, Linear Technology, Maxtor, Seagate Technology, Cisco Systems, Quantum, Sandisk, Flextronics, Sigma Designs among many others.