Alameda Its Growth Progress And Future A Few Facts Figures Pictures And Descriptions That May Interest You Are Herewith Presented Classic Reprint

Author: Alameda Land Co
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Excerpt from Alameda, Its Growth, Progress and Future: A Few Facts, Figures, Pictures and Descriptions That May Interest You, Are Herewith Presented
Along the easterly shore of San Francisco Bay, nestling beneath Contra Costa hills, which afford shelter from the north winds, lies Alameda, the cleanest, brightest and most beautiful city on the Pacific Slope, covering an area of 3300 acres, being four miles long and on an average one mile in width. 5% Population, Distant from San Francisco seven miles and from Oakland three miles, connection between the latter city and Alameda being made by steam and electric railways and between Alameda and San Francisco by two separate lines of railroad and ferry systems.
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Alameda Its Growth Progress And Future

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