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  1. San Jose is the county seat of Santa Clara County, the most affluent county in California and one of the most affluent counties in the United States. San Jose is the main component of the San Jose–Sunnyvale–Santa Clara Metropolitan Statistical Area, with an estimated population of around 2 million residents in 2018.

  2. San Jose (officially San José) is a city in Santa Clara County, California in the United States. It is the third biggest city in California, after Los Angeles and San Diego. It is the tenth biggest city in the United States. It is south of San Francisco. The city has nearly 2,000,000 people.

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  4. Mission San José was not founded until 1797, about 20 miles (30 km) north of San Jose in what is now Fremont .) The town was founded by the colonists led to California by Anza, as a farming community to provide food for the presidios of San Francisco and Monterey. In 1778, the pueblo had a population of 68.

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    1. San José, Buenos Aires 1.1. San José (Buenos Aires Underground), a railway station 1.2. San José vieja (Buenos Aires Underground), a ghost railway station 2. San José, Santa María, Catamarca 3. San José, Entre Ríos 4. San José de Feliciano, Entre Ríos 5. San José de Fray Mamerto Esquiú, Catamarca 6. San José de Jáchal, San Juan 7. San José de Metán, Salta 8. Colonia San José, La Pampa

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    1. San José, Andrés Ibáñez 2. San José de Chiquitos

  6. Further reading. Beilharz, Edwin A.; and DeMers Jr., Donald O.; San Jose: California's First City; 1980, ISBN 0-932986-13-7 The California Room, the San Jose Library's collection of research materials on the history of San Jose and Santa Clara Valley.

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    The original site considered by Juan Crespí in 1772 for what was to become Mission San José was in what is today known as the San Ramon Valley. However, the Native Americans living in that area were very hostile towards the Spanish, so it was decided to locate the Mission further south, in an area that is now part of Fremont, California. Work on the site of Mission San Jose commenced in May 1797, many years after Crespí's death, by Native American people from Mission Santa Clara, 13 miles to the south, under the direction of Franciscan missionaries and secular Hispanic overseers. The location, on slopes overlooking the Fremont plain on the east side of San Francisco Bay, had been inhabited for countless generations by Indians who spoke the San Francisco Bay Ohlone language. The Ohlone lived a hunting and wild-plant harvesting lifestyle. Their food included seeds, roots, berries, the flour from acorns, small game, deer, fish, and shellfish. In 1797 most of the Indians, from the immed...

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    Jones, Terry L. and Kathryn A. Klar (eds.) (2007). California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity. Altimira Press, Landham, MD. ISBN 978-0-7591-0872-1.CS1 maint: extra text: authors l...
    Krell, Dorothy (ed.) (1979). The California Missions: A Pictorial History. Sunset Publishing Corporation, Menlo Park, CA. ISBN 0-376-05172-8.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
    Leffingwell, Randy (2005). California Missions and Presidios: The History & Beauty of the Spanish Missions. Voyageur Press, Inc., Stillwater, MN. ISBN 0-89658-492-5.
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