Contents 1 History 1.1 American Indians 1.2 Spanish and Mexican era 1.3 American era 2 Commerce 3 Transportation 4 Education 4.1 Libraries 5 Parks and recreation 6 Native plants 7 Native animals 8 Notable places 8.1 Wrecks 9 Notable residents 10 See also 11 Climate 12 References 13 Further reading 14 External links

History[edit] American Indians[edit] The Point Vicente Lighthouse on the Palos Verdes Peninsula and the National Register of Historic Places. The peninsula was the homeland of the Tongva-Gabrieliño Native Americans people for thousands of years. In other areas of the Los Angeles Basin archeological sites date back 8,000 years.[4][5] Their first contact with Europeans occurred in 1542 with João Cabrilho (Juan Cabrillo). Chowigna and Suangna were two Tongva settlements of many in the peninsula area, which was also a departure point for their rancherías on the Channel Islands. Spanish and Mexican era[edit] In 1846 José Dolores Sepúlveda and José Loreto received a Mexican land grant from Alta California Governor Pío Pico for a parcel from the huge original 1784 Spanish land grant of Rancho San Pedro to Manuel Dominguez.[6] It was named Rancho de los Palos Verdes, or "ranch of the green sticks", which was used primarily as a cattle ranch.[7] It was also a whaling station in the mid-19th century, albeit only for a brief period. American era[edit] By 1882 ownership of the land had passed from the Sepulveda family through various mortgage holders to Jotham Bixby of Rancho Los Cerritos, who leased the land to Japanese farmers.[8] Frank Vanderlip, representing a group of wealthy east coast investors, purchased 25 square miles of land on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in 1913 for $1.5 million.[9] In 1914, Vanderlip vacationed at Palos Verdes in order to recover from an illness, and he was astounded by scenery he compared to "the Sorrentine Peninsula and the Amalfi Drive." He quickly initiated development of Palos Verdes. He hired the Olmsted Brothers, the landscaping firm of John Charles Olmsted and Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., to plan and landscape a new subdivision. The Olmsted Brothers contracted Koebig & Koebig to perform engineering work, including surveying and road planning.[10] However, the project stalled as World War I started, and Vanderlip accepted a chairmanship to the War Savings Committee in Washington, D.C. in 1916. By 1921, Vanderlip had lost interest in overseeing development of Palos Verdes and enticed Edward Gardner Lewis to take over the project with an option to buy the property for $5 million. Lewis was an experienced developer, but lacked the capital to purchase and develop Palos Verdes. Instead, he established a real estate trust, capitalizing the project through the sale of notes which were convertible to Palos Verdes property. Under the terms of the trust, Lewis sought to raise $30 million for infrastructure improvements, effectively borrowing from investors for both the land and the improvements. He succeeded in attracting $15 million in capital, but far short of the $35 million needed. The trust dissolved and ownership of Palos Verdes reverted to Vanderlip.[11] Vanderlip established a new real estate trust to purchase 3200 acres from his land syndicate and establish the subdivision of Palos Verdes Estates. The new trust assumed not just the land, but also the improvements made by Lewis. They were not complete, but they were substantial: many sewers, water mains, and roads; landscaping, parks, and a golf course. They opened Palos Verdes for public inspection in June 1923.[12] Palos Verdes Estates was organized and landscaped by the Olmsted Brothers and in their planning, they dedicated a quarter of the land area to permanent open undeveloped space, giving the subdivision its unique rural characteristic and culture of scenic beauty.[13] Somewhat recently, around the 1980s, Rancho Palos Verdes acquired Eastview, a formerly unincorporated neighborhood of L.A. County with a San Pedro ZIP Code.

Commerce[edit] The historic Mediterranean Revival style Malaga Cove Plaza, in Palos Verdes Estates Areas of commerce include historic Mediterranean Revival style Malaga Cove Plaza, the Promenade on the Peninsula. Smaller shopping centers include the Peninsula Center, Lunada Bay Plaza and Golden Cove Plaza. The largest peninsula commercial district is in Rolling Hills Estates, with many shopping centers including The Promenade on the Peninsula with a megaplex movie theater and an ice rink. The Palos Verdes area has beautiful ocean views, coastline views and city light views.

Transportation[edit] In this night-time aerial photograph of Los Angeles, San Pedro is in the center and right foreground, including part of the brightly lit Terminal Island. The dark peninsula to the left of San Pedro is Palos Verdes. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Transit Authority provides bus service within and to the Palos Verdes Peninsula.[14] The Palos Verdes Peninsula is within 40 minutes of both Los Angeles International Airport and Long Beach Airport, which together provide access to most of the United States aboard all major carriers.

Education[edit] The edge of the Palos Verdes Peninsula extending down to the Pacific Ocean. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has one of the highest rated API scores in California[15] and has one of the highest average SAT scores[16] and one of the highest percentage of students successfully completing the Advanced Placement exams[17] in the county. There are three high schools, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School (formerly called Rolling Hills High School), Palos Verdes High School, and Rancho Del Mar High School (located in Rolling Hills). Marymount California University, a co-ed Roman Catholic four-year college is located in Rancho Palos Verdes. A private K–12 school, Chadwick School, is also located there. Rolling Hills Country Day School, adjacent to the Botanic Garden, offers a private K-8 education. In summary, there are 11 elementary schools, 3 intermediate schools, and 3 high schools located on the peninsula. In the Eastview neighborhood of Rancho Palos Verdes, however, residents have the option to choose either PV schools or the surrounding LAUSD schools (i.e. Dodson Middle School, Dana Middle School, San Pedro High School, etc.). Libraries[edit] The Peninsula is served by the Palos Verdes Library District which operates the: Peninsula Center Library Miraleste Library Malaga Cove Library- on the National Historical Register

Parks and recreation[edit] Aerial view of Marineland of the Pacific, in 1965, on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The Trump National Golf Course. South Coast Botanic Garden – 35 hectare (87 acre) landscaped botanical garden, event venue, and arboretum with over 150,000 landscape plants and trees from approximately 140 families, 700 genera, and 2,000 different species. It is a classic example of land recycling by reclaiming a site that was previously a sanitary landfill and open pit diatomite mine from 1929 until 1956.[18] Point Vicente Park is a popular spot for watching the migration of gray whales to and from their breeding lagoon in Baja California. Fort MacArthur Military Museum is located near Point Fermin in San Pedro. Del Cerro Park Trails is a popular hiking trail at end of Crenshaw Road Ryan Park This park is Rancho Palos Verdes's first established park in the city, overlooking a view of nearby island Catalina. Park features include baseball diamond, picnic areas with barbecue, and a community room.[19] The peninsula is frequented by runners, hikers, horseback riders, bird watchers, surfers, scuba divers, fishermen, and bicyclists. The area is home to several golf courses and country clubs. In addition, nude sunbathers formerly frequented Sacreds Cove (or "Smugglers Cove") until the city of Rancho Palos Verdes enacted a 1994 ordinance that ended such use of that beach. The infamous Palos Verdes surf spots have been in the spotlight many times over issues of "localism". The most notorious surf spot for localism in Palos Verdes is Lunada Bay, which can hold any winter swell and has been known to rival Sunset Beach, Hawaii on a big day. Localism in Palos Verdes reached a turning point in 2001 when a civil rights lawsuit was filed after a particularly violent confrontation with Hermosa Beach surfers.[20] Surveillance cameras were placed in the surfing area but were later removed.[21] In 2016, The Coastal Commission targeted the group after "renewed reports that their un-permitted structure [built along Lunada Bay] was being used as a spot for ongoing bullying and intimidation." On July 12, 2016, City Manager Tony Dahlerbruch is recommending the removal of the illegal structure after pressure from the California Coastal Commission.[22] The Trump National Golf Club is a Donald Trump venture with a golf course on the Ocean Trails cliffs. The 18th hole of the prior golf course fell victim to a landslide caused by a leak in the sanitary pipes underneath it. In the summer of 2006, the golf club erected a 70-foot flagpole for an American flag; critics claimed it was illegal, but the golf club was allowed to retain it after a City Council vote.[23] The Marineland of the Pacific site near Portuguese Bend is currently home of Terranea, a luxury oceanfront resort.[24] There are numerous nature reserves in Palos Verdes, which attribute to the area's unique natural property. Palos Verdes Estates Shoreline Preserve, Agua Amarga Reserve, and Portuguese Bend Reserve. The reserves contain coastal sage scrubs habitats, a community of fragrant and drought resistant shrubs and flowering plants. In August 2009, wildfire burned approximately 165-acres of the Portuguese Bend Reserve. As a result, in recent years, restoration has been done to reinstall native plants and animals to the area.[25]

Native plants[edit] Succulents[26] Trees[26] Shrubs[26] Vines[26] Herbaceous plants[26]

Native animals[edit] Palos Verdes blue

Notable places[edit] Interior of the Wayfarers Chapel. Remains of the wrecked Greek freighter SS Dominator along the Palos Verdes Peninsula coastline, 1965. The Wayfarers Chapel, a transparent glass chapel in a redwood forest, was designed in 1951 by the renowned architect and landscape architect Lloyd Wright. It is under the stewardship of the Swedenborgian Church, a well-known landmark on the National Register of Historic Places, and overlooking the ocean at the western entrance of Portuguese Bend. Portuguese Bend is one of the most geologically unstable areas in the world. Constant shifting of the soil (approximately 1/3 of an inch a day) and rock slides mean that Palos Verdes Drive South, the main road through the bend, is under constant repair. Point Vicente Lighthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places. Korean Bell of Friendship is located near Point Fermin in San Pedro. Marineland of the Pacific is the location of the former aquatic theme park on the coast. MTV Beach House. Fox filmed some scenes of its teen drama, The OC, at locations in and around Palos Verdes.[27] Wrecks[edit] The wreck of the SS Dominator, a freighter that ran aground in 1961, was for years an attraction for those willing to hike down the cliffs to the shoreline. Very little is left of the ship today. In 2006, the 45-foot cabin cruiser Lady Hawk sank two miles from the Palos Verdes coast due to an engine fire.[28]

Notable residents[edit] Sports Tracy Austin, former World No. 1 female professional tennis player Pete Sampras, former World No. 1 male professional tennis player Lindsay Davenport, former World No. 1 female professional tennis player Billy Martin, pro tennis player, UCLA coach, attended Palos Verdes High School John Cook, pro golfer, graduated from Miraleste High School Michelle Kwan, 5-time world champion figure skater, attended Soleado elementary school Bill Laimbeer, Notre Dame and NBA basketball star, WNBA coach, attended Palos Verdes High School Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, lived in city Joe Montana, Hall of Fame NFL quarterback of San Francisco 49ers lived in Palos Verdes Estates during off-season Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton, lived in city Pro basketball player Pau Gasol of the San Antonio Spurs, lived in city Pro basketball player Sasha Vujačić of the New York Knicks, lived in city Former pro basketball player Elden Campbell of the Los Angeles Lakers, currently resides in Palos Verdes Estates Heather Burge, pro basketball player Heidi Burge, pro basketball player UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva, lives in city[29] Professional wrestler John Morrison Pro basketball player Jeremy Lin of the Los Angeles Lakers, lives in city Christen Press, forward of the United States women's national soccer team Eliot Teltscher, professional tennis player Entertainment George Takei, actor, known for role as Hikaru Sulu from Star Trek Chester Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park Chuck Norris, actor and martial artist, star of Walker, Texas Ranger owns properties in the region Musician Gary Wright Musician Glenn Hughes Best-selling author and neuroscientist Daniel Levitin Mårten Andersson, bass player and songwriter with the hard rock bands Lizzy Borden and Lynch Mob Musician HYDE, lead singer of Japanese rock band L'Arc~En~Ciel owns property in the region Juan Croucier, bass player and songwriter of the bands Ratt and Dokken Actor Michael Dudikoff Actress Liza Minnelli, attended Chadwick School, a private K–12 school located on the Peninsula Actor Erik Estrada, of CHiPs Author, actor and filmmaker Scott Shaw Model and actress Coco Austin, wife of actor-rapper Ice T Musician Rod Stewart U.S. National Dancesport Champions (Professional Standard) and So You Think You Can Dance choreographers Heather Smith and Victor Veyrasset Christina Crawford, actress and author of Mommie Dearest, adoptive daughter of Joan Crawford, attended Chadwick School Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo video game designer, developer, producer; creator of video games such as Super Mario, Donkey Kong and The Legend of Zelda, part-time resident Other Frank A. Vanderlip, known as the Father of Palos Verdes The Scharffenberger family of Scharffen Berger Chocolates and Scharffenberger Cellars Winery Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee, who sold U.S. secrets to the Soviets, portrayed in book and movie The Falcon and the Snowman Billboard model Angelyne Billionaire John Tu Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh, physician scientist and proponent of the reverse epidemiology hypothesis Journalist, political activist, and Holocaust denier Willis Carto Galorath Inc. CEO and President Dan Galorath Natalie Pack, 2012 Miss California USA, contestant America's Next Top Model, Cycle 12

See also[edit] Los Angeles portal Horse community Palos Verdes blue—an endangered species of endemic butterfly of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy Peninsula—including a list of peninsulas Transverse Ranges—with the Palos Verdes Hills and Channel Islands a single geologic range.

Climate[edit] According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Palos Verdes has a Mediterranean climate, abbreviated "Csa" on climate maps.[30]

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Further reading[edit] Patryla, Jim (2005). A Photographic Journey Back to Marineland of the Pacific. Lulu Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4116-7130-0.

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