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.Schools (before 1949).

At one time Lakeside was nothing more than a large amount of land being used for grazing of animals belonging to Mission de la Alcala and cared for by the Indians of the area.

After the town of Lakeside was founded in 1886, population increased and small one-room schools were started throughout the valley. These schools came in many different forms -sheds, adobe houses, other residences and homesteaders cabins. The building was of no great importance, but education was!



Wellington Hoover on right
In 1910, Wellington Hoover was driver of the Lakeside School bus.

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10/18/2015

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