Contents 1 Geography 1.1 Climate 2 The past 2.1 Original Kitanemuk placename 2.2 Cow Springs and French John's Station 2.3 Neenach 3 The future 4 Education 4.1 Schools 5 Neenach Meteorite 6 Communication 7 A range of lifestyles in Neenach 8 See also 9 References 10 External links


Geography[edit] Neenach is 34 miles (55 km) northwest of Lancaster[4] in the Antelope Valley portion of Southern California. It is 15 miles (24 km) southeast of Gorman and north of the Sierra Pelona Mountains,[5] and 75 miles (121 km) from the county seat in Downtown Los Angeles.[6] It lies southeast of Tejon Ranch, one of California’s oldest working ranches and site of several large proposed new communities. It lies directly on a section of the San Andreas Fault that is 'overdue' for a large earthquake, and that produced the 1857 Fort Tejon earthquake, one of the largest known earthquakes in California at an estimated 7.9 magnitude. Climate[edit] This region experiences warm (but not hot) and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above 71.6 °F. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Neenach has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate, abbreviated "Csb" on climate maps.[7]


The past[edit] The vicinity of Neenach was a stop on major transportation routes between Northern California and Southern California since at least the 1820s. Original Kitanemuk placename[edit] The original name for present day Neenac is puyutsiwamǝŋ. This is in the Kitanemuk language. The Spanish referred to it as Ojo de la Vaca, or Eye of the Cow. Cow Springs and French John's Station[edit] An early 19th century name for the area was Cow Springs (34°46′22″N 118°37′17″W / 34.77273°N 118.62134°W / 34.77273; -118.62134), about a mile southwest of today's Neenach School.[8] El Camino Viejo, passed from Laguna Chico Lopez north via Willow Springs Canyon, then west to the water at Aquaje Lodoso, then to Cow Springs and on to Tejon Pass.[9] Later a shorter route was followed by the Stockton - Los Angeles Road and the Butterfield Overland Mail between Elizabeth Lake and Gorman. Instead of going north they went westward via the San Andreas Rift to Oakgrove Canyon then north via Pine Canyon to Antelope Valley and Cow Springs.[10] French Johns Station, 14 miles east of Gorman,[11] near Cow Springs provided a way station for the stage line, teamsters and other travelers. Neenach[edit] Neenach itself was founded in the 1870s by Danish settlers from Neenah, Wisconsin. In 1888, a post office was established, with John A. Coovert as the first postmaster.[12] In September 1905 Christian Clausen was named postmaster.[13] James Anderson filed a homestead claim for 160 acres (647,000 m²) at present-day State Route 138 and 300th Street West in 1887. He had a county contract to maintain and improve roads in the Antelope Valley as far as Three Points.[12] Construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct between 1905 and 1913, which brought water from the distant Owens Valley to the San Fernando Valley, was important to the area. On July 13, 1917, Chief Water Engineer William Mulholland of the city of Los Angeles, the builder of the aqueduct, received word that the line had been broken. He went to Neenach and found a 60-foot rupture. He ordered additional surveillance, which saw the arrest of one man, an employee of the rival Los Angeles Gas and Electric Company. The suspect was later released.[14] James Anderson became a line rider or patrolman on the aqueduct: He had to shut down the tunnel periodically to check its condition. He also checked the surface to verify that none of the aqueduct’s opponents had damaged it. Harry Womersley, from England by way of Illinois, was another resident who worked on the aqueduct—the 12 miles from Fairmont to Neenach.[12] Gold was discovered in the hills south of the community in the early 1930s. The “Oh Suzanna” mine produced some $7 million over the few years of its operation.[12] In the 1970s, Neenach was lively, one resident told a reporter. There were community-wide potluck dinners and almost 80 members in the local 4-H Club. Since then, he said, many of the kids moved away as soon as they were able.[3]


The future[edit] “ …the truly rural outposts of Los Angeles County—the nation's top agricultural county not so long ago—are withering away. And this one happens to abut the proposed site of the largest planned community in county history. ” —Scott Gold, Los Angeles Times.[3] A portion of nearby Tejon Ranch called Centennial is proposed to be a 23,000-home master-planned community adjacent to Neenach. Civic squares, parks, shops, three fire stations, and other services are proposed. Children would be encouraged to walk to one of the eight elementary schools planned. The promoters have pledged to create 30,000 local jobs. On average, a new house would be erected every eight hours, seven days a week, for 20 years.[3] The Tucson, Arizona,-based Center for Biological Diversity, however, opposes the project—claiming that Centennial would be built on rare ecosystems, including the largest native grassland left in California.[3] The proposal has yet to be approved by county officials.


Education[edit] Schools[edit] “ The school closed a few years back when they ran out of kids, and its rose-painted walls are still the brightest thing on the prairie. ” —Scott Gold.[3] Neenach Elementary School has no students today but is kept in good condition. Neenach is part of the Westside Union School District of West Lancaster, which also operates Del Sur, Joe Walker, Hill View, Cottenwood, Rancho Vista, Sundown, Valley View, Leona Valley, and Quartz Hill schools, through the eighth grade. [1] The present Neenach School building was constructed in the 1990s to replace an older building that had stood for decades on a neighboring lot.[12] The school was closed in 2001 because of dwindling population and high heating costs; lack of a natural-gas source meant the school was all-electric. Sixty-six pupils were enrolled the previous year.[15] The community is within the Antelope Valley Union High School District and the Antelope Valley Community College District.


Neenach Meteorite[edit] The Neenach Meteorite, discovered in 1948 and photographed in 2007 The Neenach Meteorite is a 30-pound mass of stony, ordinary chondrite discovered in April 1948 by Elden Snyder of Neenach when he unearthed it with his plow, in the process breaking it into four pieces. In 1952 it was brought to the attention of Robert Wallace Webb of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Later it was donated to the collection of the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at the University of California, Los Angeles.


Communication[edit] The ZIP Code is 93536, served by the Lancaster post office, and the telephone system is part of area code 661.


A range of lifestyles in Neenach[edit] Gil's Country Store on Highway 138. A homeowner's directional sign. Korean-language church compound. Mailboxes by the side of the road. Click the images to see larger versions of the photos.


See also[edit] Mountain Communities of the Tejon Pass


References[edit] ^ "Neenach". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.  ^ The U.S. Census does not break out a separate figure for Neenach. The county registrar said in 1991 that the voting district for Neenach, which included the nearby Three Points area and Holiday Valley, had 378 voters. "L.A.'s Outback: Three Points Residents are like a family," Los Angeles Times, June 16, 1991, page 6 (library card required). The 800 figure is from the Scott Gold story, below. ^ a b c d e f Scott Gold, "Stoic little town faces tomorrow; A massive housing project may mean the end for Neenach, in the Antelope Valley," Los Angeles Times, February 29, 2008 (library card required) ^ Google page showing distance between Neenach and Lancaster ^ Google page showing distance between Neenach and Gorman ^ Google page showing distance between Neenach and downtown Los Angeles ^ Climate Summary for Neenach, California ^ Bonnie Ketterl Kane, A View From the Ridge Route, Volume III, The Ranchos, Frazier Park: Bonnie's Books, 2005 ISBN 0-9703992-3-5 ^ Frank F. Latta, "EL CAMINO VIEJO a LOS ANGELES" - The Oldest Road of the San Joaquin Valley]; Bear State Books, Exeter, 2006; p.21. Reprint of the 1936 work by Frank F. Latta. ^ Map of Passes in the Sierra Nevada from Walker's Pass to the Coast Range: from Explorations and Surveys made under the direction of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War, by Lieut. R.S. Williamson Topl. Engr. assisted by Lieut. J.G. Parke Topl. Engr. and Mr. Isaac Williams Smith, Civ. Engr. 1853. Explorations and Surveys for a Rail Road Route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. War Department. Routes in California to connect with the routes near the 32nd and 35th parallels. Engraved by Selmar Siebert. ^ List of Stations from New York Times, October 14 1858, Itinerary of the Route ^ a b c d e Bonnie Ketterl Kane, A Brief Overview of the History of Neenach. Although Kane states that the post office was originally known as Neenah and it became known later as Neenach, she cites no source. The first mention of Neenach in the Los Angeles Times was on September 4, 1890, reporting a marriage license issued to Uriah W. Pratt, 32, and Estelle Hereford, 24, both "of Neenach." There were no references in the Times data base under any other spelling. ^ "New Postmaster for the Town of Neenach," Los Angeles Herald, September 10, 1905 ^ Catherine Mullholland, William Mulholland and the Rise of Los Angeles, University of California Press, 2002, p. 262. ISBN 0-520-23466-9 ^ Karen Maeshiro, "Neenach School Won't Open in Fall," Los Angeles Daily News, August 3, 2001.


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Clarks's Station – Located 12 miles south of San Francisco in what is now San Bruno. Sun Water Station – Located 9 miles south of Clarks Station in what is now San Mateo. Redwood City – Located 9 miles south of Sun Water Station. Mountain View Station – Located 12 miles south of Redwood City. San Jose Station – Located 11 miles south of Mountain View Station in the city of San Jose. Seventeen Mile House – Located 17 miles south of San Jose. Gilroy Station – Located 13 miles south of Seventeen Mile House in what is now Gilroy, California. Pacheco Pass Station – Located 18 miles east of Gilroy St. Louis Ranch – Located 17 miles east of Pacheco Pass. Lone Willow Station – Located 18 miles east of St. Louis Ranch near Los Banos. Temple's Ranch – Located 13 miles southeast of Lone Willow Station near Dos Palos. Firebaugh's Ferry – Located 15 miles southeast of Temples Ranch, on the San Joaquin River. Fresno City – Located 19 miles southeast of Firebaugh's Ferry. Elkhorn Spring Station – Located 22 miles east of Fresno City near present-day Riverdale. Whitmore's Ferry – Located 17 miles southeast of Elkhorn Spring Station on the Kings River. Head of Cross Creek Station – Located 15 miles southeast of Whitmore's Ferry. Visalia – Located 12 miles southeast of Cross Creek Station. Packwood Station – Located 12 miles east of Visalia. Tule River Station – Located 14 miles south of Packwood Station. Fountain Spring Station – Located 14 miles southeast of Tule River Station. Mountain House – Located 12 miles south of Fountain Spring Station. Posey Creek Station – Located 15 miles southwest of Mountain House, on Posey (Poso) Creek. Gordon's Ferry (Kern River Station) – Located 10 miles south of Posey Creek Station on the Kern River just above present-day Bakersfield. Kern River Slough Station – Located 12 miles south of Gordons Ferry. Sink of Tejon Station – Located 14 miles southwest of Kern River Slough Station. Fort Tejon – Located 15 miles southwest of Sink of Tejon Station. Reed's Station – Located 8 miles southeast of Fort Tejon, near the Tejon Pass summit. French John's Station – Located 14 miles east southeast of Reeds Station, in the vicinity of the mouth of Cow Springs Creek Canyon. Mud Spring, a later station operating in 1860, 14 miles east from French Johns and 13 miles north from Clayton's Station (formerly Widow Smith's Station). Widow Smith's Station (Clayton's Station, Major Gordon's Station) – Located 24 miles from French John's Station, in upper San Francisquito Canyon near Green Valley. King's Station – Located 10 miles south of Widow Smith's Station in lower San Francisquito Canyon. Hart's Station or Lyons Station – Located 12 miles south of King's Station, near Santa Clara River. Lopez Station – Located 8​1⁄2 miles southeast of Hart's Station, in the San Fernando Valley north of Mission San Fernando Rey de España. Cahuenga Station – Located 12 miles southeast of Mission San Fernando, in Cahuenga Pass, the Santa Monica Mountains. Source: "List of Butterfield Overland Mail Stations "Itinerary of the Route"". New York Times. October 14, 1858.  Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Neenach,_California&oldid=811118532" Categories: Unincorporated communities in Los Angeles County, CaliforniaAntelope ValleyPopulated places in the Mojave DesertEl Camino ViejoButterfield Overland Mail in CaliforniaButterfield Overland Mail stationsStagecoach stops in the United StatesUnincorporated communities in CaliforniaHidden categories: Coordinates on Wikidata


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