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Take a Look at Los Angeles in 1869 – Four Years After the End of the Civil War

Take a look at Los Angeles in 1869, four years after the end of the Civil War. This photo and caption were taken from the site where the Court House now stands. Click the link to explore the photo in greater detail.
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Aren’t you curious what Los Angeles looked like back around the Civil War? Here is a photo taken four years after the end of the war. The caption states that the image was taken from where the court house stands today. Make sure you click on it for a larger version.

Los Angeles in 1869. Main portion of Los Angeles, taken from the site where the Court House now stands

Source: Library of Congress

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