Catalina

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Santa Catalina Island, California - Culture
... of films and TV series set in Santa Catalina Island, California In its heyday in the 1930s, due to its proximity to Hollywood, Catalina Island was a favored getaway destination for Hollywood stars such as ... Art Good, host of the Jazztrax Showcase of the Absolute Newest, holds the Catalina Island Jazztrax Festival there each year ... pottery and tile were made on the island at the Catalina Clay Products Company, and these items are now highly sought-after collectibles ...
SS Catalina
... Catalina, also known as The Great White Steamer, was a 301-foot steamship built in 1924 that provided passenger service on the 26-mile passage between Los Angeles and Santa Catalina Island from 1924 to 1975 ... to the Steamship Historical Society of America, the Catalina has carried more passengers than any other vessel anywhere ... Catalina also served as a troop ship during World War II, transporting more than 800,000 soldiers and sailors ...
Catalina, Newfoundland And Labrador
... Catalina is a community located on the eastern side of the Bonavista Peninsula, in the province of Newfoundland, Canada ... Catalina adjoins the union town of Port Union, the town built for and home to the Fisherman's Union Company established by Sir William Coaker ... In 2005 Catalina was amalgamated with Melrose and Port Union to form the town of Trinity Bay North ...
Santa Catalina Island, California - Transportation and Communication
... Catalina is serviced by passenger ferries ... Catalina has also been an active port of many cruise lines since the 1990s, with Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, and Carnival Cruise Lines making the port a regular ... The island is also home to the Catalina Airport (FAA Identifier AVX), also known as Airport-in-the-Sky ...
Santa Catalina Island, California - History - Early History
... villages near present day San Pedro and Playa del Rey, regularly traveled back and forth to Catalina for trade ... It is estimated that there are over 2,000 middens on Catalina Island, only half of which have been discovered ... Evidence from these middens indicate that around 2000 B.C as many as 2,500 lived on Catalina Island ...