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Vista was once home to the Luiseno Indians who built a village today called Tovalum in the Vista area.
With the independence of Mexico and Spain in the 1830s, the prosperity of the mission era began to decline. Beginning the Rancho era in California, the Mexican government started to give land ownership to many people. Rancho Guajome Rancho Buena Vista and Agua Haneda Y Los Manos were the three ranchos granted in Vista.
The changing political climate and scarcity of water caused the ranchos to disappear in the 1850s. After California was made a state in 1850, a growing number of settlers arrived in the area and started to establish smaller agricultural holdings. John A. Frazier was the only settler in Vista. After several attempts, Frazier finally settled on the name Vista. Vista officially came into being in 1882 with the opening of its first post office.
Bernard Delpy, a Frenchman from France, arrived in 1870 to construct what became "Delpy Corners", at the intersection of East Vista Way (now Foothill Drive) and Foothill Drive. Jules Jacques Delpy Delpy, his nephew, joined him in 1879 to plant several hundred acres together. They built the first winery in the country in 1886. Prohibition forced the closure of the winery.