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The City of Pomona was named in honor of the Roman goddess fruit. It has a rich history that is as rich as its fertile land. Native Americans used the Pomona area as a trading route. Gabrieleno Native Americans were the first to be recorded as its inhabitants. In the 1700s, Rancho San Jose was named for the valley. It was part of Mission San Gabriel Grazing Lands a year later. Two soldiers, Don Ignacio Palamares (Don Ricardo Vejar) petitioned Governor and were granted the rights to the land on April 1837, fifty years after the fact.
Pomona (CA) Pomona was an "urban garden" in the 1800s. Pomona was quickly a leader in the field of citrus. The railroad was a catalyst for agriculture in the 1870s. Pomona's contribution to the growing industry inspired the citrus community, "Pomona", to be named after the Roman goddess of fruits and fruit trees. It was a wise name, and vineyards flourished during the 1880s. They supplied the winemaking and raisin industry. In the 1890s, vineyards were replaced by olive groves and citrus orchards. Pomona also maintained an economic advantage in the valley through its agricultural enterprises.