This Date in Seal Beach History
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Tag Archives: Anaheim Bay
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On this date in 1874, the Southern Californian reported that nine steamers had landed at Anaheim Landing so far in May. – Michael Dobkins Have you enjoyed this and other This Date in Seal Beach History posts? If so, please … Continue reading
The joint is jumping at the Seal Beach Naval and Ammunition Depot. Continue reading
Once again we’re shocked that gambling was going on in Seal Beach Continue reading
Two fine still water bays! A mile of magnificent ocean frontage! Continue reading