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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1957 I Etapa First Library Opens Founded Juan Manuel Vaca arrives inCalifornia and before long, sells his share of a Mexican land grant under the conditionthat 1 sq. mile be designated"Vacaville" 1891 1915 Population Explodes 1921 Nut Tree Following the end of World War II, Vacaville's development increased drastically. As highways and transportation technology improved, demand for new businesses and buildings intensified. Buck Mansion Established Nut Tree Closes 1945 1961 Post War Era The historic Nut Tree opened in 1921on old U.S. Route 40. In it's heyday,it contained a full restaurant, bakery,multiple shops and the Nut Tree Railroad that transportedvisitors to the Nut Tree Airport 1961 Birth of Fiesta Days The Premium Outlets stands as one of the greatest retail hot spots in all of California. Not only do the outlets bring hundreds of thousands of visitors from California, but they also serve as a populardestination for international shoppers as well. 1996 1854 Revolutionary Train Paves The Way Fiesta Days is a special tradition of Vacaville. The festival has a parade, beauty pageants, all while celebratingWestern rodeo and Hispanic culture. 1941 = 1,000 1988 Beginning of the Outlet Era Educaciรณn Inicial - 2016 MYTH BUSTED Refrigerated freight trains were one of the biggest innovations to come to Solano County.It allowed for the widespread shipping of Vacaville's fresh produce CRONOGRAMA "Vacaville" does not come from the Spanish translation of Cow Town. After years of struggling to finda permanent home for a library,the Vacaville Saturday Clubpetitioned and earned a grantfor their own Carnegie Library. The Nut Tree ceased operations in 1996 due to financial problemsbrought on by increased competition and changing consumer tastes. It reopened it's doors in 2009 and now is one of the premiershopping centers in Northern California. Built by George Sharpe, The Buck Family Mansion is a primeexample of turn of the centuryluxury architecture. The Buck Familymade their wealth by building a fruitempire within Vacaville's rich fields. Arranged by:Joey Combs Director of Social Media at Visit Vacaville
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