EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week: The Discovery of San Francisco

EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week: The Discovery of San Francisco

Elizabeth Gallo Court Reporting’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week is here to help you get through the work week by sharing a random fact about American History, law, and more! Today’s Fun Fact is about San Francisco.

The Discovery of San Francisco

On March 28th, 1776, a man by the name of Juan Bautista De Anza would arrive on a piece of land that would become the major U.S. city known as San Francisco. After his arrival, Anza would start some work on the land. For example, he built a military fort on the San Francisco Peninsula. As a result, other would come to follow Anza and contribute to city’s development.

Anza would not get to see city grow and expand. However, in 1777, he would later be named the Governor of New Mexico.







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