History of San Jose

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History Of San Jose, California - Growth
... Hamann also spent significant time on the East Coast, selling San Jose as an ideal place for businesses to expand into ... When Hamann left office in 1969, San Jose had grown to 495,000 residents and 136 square miles ... Since then, San Jose has been governed by a liberal-managerial regime focused on growth management, neighborhood services, and fiscal solvency ...
San Jose, Negros Oriental - History of San Jose
... San Jose is the home of the old Spanish families settled since 1871 like the Patero, Amiscaray, Larena, Pareja, Siglos, Remollo, Renacia, Remata, Araco and Remoto ... San Jose was created as a town in 1954 from the barrios of Ayuquitan, Basak, Basiao, Cambaloctot, Calo, Cancawas, Hanay-Hanay, Jilocon, Lalaan, Naiba ... Lakes Natural Park in Enrique Villanueva,Sibulan Town.San Jose is the Regional Pineapple Capital ...
San Marino
... San Marino, officially the Republic of San Marino (i/sæn məˈriːnoʊ/ san-mə-REE-noh Italian Repubblica di San Marino) and also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Itali ... Its capital is the City of San Marino ... San Marino has the smallest population of all the members of the Council of Europe ...
Quimistán - Notable People
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Quezaltepeque, La Libertad - Sports
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