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Etiwanda by Bus Mrs. M. Marino John L. Golden Elementary School Etiwanda School District
Objectives and Standards 3.2 Students describe the American Indian nations in their local region long ago and in the recent past 3.3 Students draw from historical and community resources to organize the sequence of local historical events and describe how each period of settlement left its mark on the land.
Hoppe House 6155 East Avenue Christmas tree farm
Highland Avenue Street Trees Palm trees Eucalyptus trees Windrows
Hippard Ranch Victoria Street Bernard Maybeck
Stegmeier House 7050 Etiwanda Avenue Jacob StegmeierStegmeier Queen Anne style
Etiwanda Congregational Church 7126 Etiwanda Avenue 1902 Court
Chaffey-Garcia House 7150 Etiwanda Avenue Arc Lamps Telephone
Fisher House 7165 Etiwanda Avenue Porch Home Telephone Company
Grapeland School and the Bell Grapeland and Perdew 1892
Chaffey-Isle House 1883 James C. Isle Citrus producer Founder Etiwanda Citrus Association
Etiwanda Railway Station 7089 Etiwanda Avenue Pacific Electric Line
Johnston Home 6998 Etiwanda Avenue grapes and raisins
Etiwanda School District East Avenue. Etiwanda, CA (909) Fax (909) Excellence in Education
Etiwanda by Bus (answer sheet) Name ___________________________________Date_________ The George Hoppe was the planter of one of the first commercial Christmastree farms. Palm and eucalyptus trees were used to shield the community from the high gusty winds. Bernard Maybeck, a famous architect from San Francisco, designed the Hippard Ranch for George Hippard. The Stegmeier House is a Queen Anne style that was built in The Etiwanda Congregational Church was the center of meetings in the community and for a time the Etiwanda Justice Court used the basement! The Chaffey-Garcia house was the location of the first electric light, west of the Rocky Mountains, in In 1895, the Fisher house was built with a porch that was quite detailed. This house is the location of the switchboard for the Home Telephone Company. The bell, that once called the students in for class at the first school, rang to celebrate the ending of World War II. George Chaffey Jr. departed to Australia in 1886, and this house was sold to James C Isle. In 1914, a Mission Revival style building was built as part of the Pacific Electric Line, the local railroad. The Etiwanda Metate is believed to be a grinding stone that was used by the local Shoshone Indians for grinding acorns. George F. Johnstone was instrumental in promoting table grape crops in southern California and he owned a local raisin packing house. In 1883, the first building was erected for the Etiwanda School District. The building was located at Etiwanda and Victoria Avenues.
Vocabulary Eucalyptus tree: A tree that is native to Australia. It was used for protection from the wind. Porch: A covered platform, usually having a separate roof, at an entrance to a building. Wind rows: Trees planted in a row for wind protection.