San Gabriel, Spanish for Saint Gabriel, may mean:
- San Gabriel, Ecuador
- San Gabriel, Durango
- San Gabriel, Guanajuato
- San Gabriel, Jalisco
- San Gabriel Chilac, Puebla
- San Gabriel Mixtepec, Oaxaca
- San Gabriel, La Union
- United States
- San Gabriel, California
- The San Gabriel River (California), site of the 1847 Battle of Rio San Gabriel in the Mexican-American War
- The San Gabriel River (Texas), site of the 1839 Battle of the San Gabriels in the Texas-Indian Wars
- The San Gabriel Valley in California
- The San Gabriel Mountains in California
Other articles related to "san gabriel, san":
... In 1994, the Gabrielino/Tongva of San Gabriel filed for federal recognition ... The San Gabriel group received nonprofit status with the state of California in 1994 ... In 2001, the San Gabriel council broke apart over concessions given to the developers of Playa Vista and a proposal to build an Indian casino in Compton, California ...
... There are many Chinese enclaves in the San Gabriel Valley in Southern California, which originated from the 1970s as many have migrated from the Los Angeles Chinatown ... Alhambra, Arcadia, Monterey Park, Rosemead, San Marino, San Gabriel, South Pasadena, and Temple City and then eastward to Diamond Bar, Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, and Walnut ...
... for Watershed Health, until recently named the Los Angeles San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council, regards the Los Angeles River, San Gabriel River, and their tributaries and ...
... San Gabriel is a town in Carchi Province of Ecuador. ...
... Peak (6,164 ft or 1,879 m) is a prominent peak in the San Gabriel Mountains of Los Angeles County, California ... Peak is the tallest of the front range peaks, being three feet higher than nearby San Gabriel Peak ... Both can be widely seen from greater Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley, and are popular with hikers ...
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