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May 18, 2021

[Answer] Which California city was named after a redwood tree?

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...1. Fresno 2. Mendocino 3. Palo Alto 4. Sacramento




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Palo Alto - El Palo Alto means “the tall tree” in Spanish. And it was one particularly tall tree that gave the city its name. When Spanish explorers charted the area, they camped beneath a tall tree, and that 1,000-year-old coastal redwood tree — named El Palo Alto — is still standing. Former California Governor and U.S. Senator Leland Stanford purchased 650 acres of land in this area, and in 1885, he founded Stanford University. When the nearby town of Mayfield refused to close its saloons, Stanford founded the town of Palo Alto as a temperance town. An image of El Palo Alto (the tree) appears on Stanford University’s logo, and the marching band’s mascot is also a tree.:


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