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Paul Graham, founder of YCombinator, covered a bunch of places to “see Silicon Valley.” Good start, but he missed a bunch of places. Here’s my list:
The History of San Jose, California San Jose, CA, is a very old city, founded in 1777. Before white people came to this area, the Ohlone (Oh LONE ee) Indians lived here, along the Guadalupe (gwad uh LOOP ay) River. They were peaceful Indians who lived in huts made from grasses. In the 18th century, Spaniards came to this area.
Mount Umunhum ( Ohlone , meaning resting place of the hummingbird ) [ 3 ] is the fourth-highest peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California (after Loma Prieta , Crystal Peak, and Mt. Chual). The mountain is situated in Santa Clara County , southeast of Los Gatos and south of South San Jose . The peak can be recognized in Santa Clara Valley by the five-story concrete radar tower building, known locally as "the cube" [ 4 ] or "the box", that sits atop the summit. The tower construction began in 1960 and completed in 1962.
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The South Bay Historical Railroad Society (SBHRS) was incorporated in 1985 to preserve the local area railroad heritage while running a working museum to benefit the community. Our members are volunteers and work on the renovation and preservation of the Santa Clara Railroad Depot, the Santa Clara Tower and the two maintenance-of-way buildings. A large and varied collection of historic railroad artifacts are on display in the Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History located in the Depot. This now includes the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation business car #184 which was loaned to us and placed on our siding on June 26, 2009.