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Solomon Schocker and Agostino Pinelli are pioneers.O'Farrell provides for the building of the first Catholic church, with Father Rossi in charge, andlays out a general merchandise store operated by Bodega's Mc Caughey brothers. Mariano Vallejo elected Sonoma district's first state senator (district includes Mendocino County until 1859.) Numerous squabbles over land, including cost of court battles, cause major economic losses for Vallejoover a number of years.Serious conflict avoided as Sonoma supporters of squatters face off against Bodega group led by landowner Tyler Curtis in so-called "Bodega War." Curtis, married to the widow of Stephen Smith, moves to San Francisco. Italians come to Occidental, other areas, work in lumber mills,tanneries and quarries.Brown's Canyon Bridge, later a trestle, is tallest west of Mississippi.Railexpansion opens up Russian River area to Bay Area tourism.

Bartolome Ferrelo assumes command of two-ship Portuguese expedition after the death of Juan Rodriguez de Cabrillo, sails north near Cape Mendocino, then follows California coast south to Navidad, Mexico.

Returning from the Philippines, Sebastian Rodriguez Cermeno, commanding the galleon San Augustin, surveys the Pacific coast, spotting land north of Cape Mendocino and a large bay, present-day Drake's Bay, farthersouth.1808-1812 - Russian ship Kadiak, commanded by Ivan Kuskoff, sails into Bodega Bay looking for a trading base; sets up colony at Ft.

He builds Carnegie libraries and prestige homes in Petaluma and Santa Rosa. Sebastopol train depotbuilt, now home of West County Museum."Battle of Sebastopol Avenue" in Santa Rosa pits steam train supporters against backers of new electrictrain.

Electric rail line from Petaluma to Sebastopol, Forestville and Santa Rosa opens way for transport of Gravenstein apples/expansion of poultry industry. Hundreds of backers of both sides seek to dominate in Mar. After court intervention, the electric line is allowed over the crossing on Mar. Giant San Francisco quake causes heavy damage in Sonoma County, especially in Santa Rosa areawhere more than 100 die; three miners die in Rujssian River area; courthouse, Press Democrat Building, Antheneum and many other buildings destroyed; only 2 chimneys remain in Occidental area; Sebastopol buildingssuffer severe damage but there are no major injuries.

Logging and shipping become major activities in the 19th century as mill products are sent south by schooners.

Jasper O'Farrell buys Jonive Rancho (Sebastopol.) He names his holdings the Annaly Rancho, eventually turned into Analy.

Immigrant Russian Baptists, known as the Noshkin family, arrive in San Francisco.