Rancho Los Nietos

Rancho Los Nietos was one of the first, and the largest, Spanish land concession in Alta California. Located in present day Los Angeles County and Orange County, California. Rancho Los Nietos was awarded to Manuel Nieto in 1784. The rancho remained intact until 1834, when Governor Jose Figueroa officially declared the Rancho Los Nietos grant under Mexican rule and ordered its partition into six smaller ranchos.

Today, all parts of the following places are located on what was once Rancho Los Nietos:

  • Anaheim
  • Artesia
  • Buena Park
  • Bolsa Chica State Beach—Bolsa Chica Reserve
  • Cerritos
  • Cypress
  • Downey
  • Fullerton
  • Garden Grove
  • Huntington Beach
  • Lakewood
  • Long Beach
  • Los Alamitos
  • Naples
  • Norwalk
  • Santa Fe Springs
  • Seal Beach
  • Sunset Beach
  • Whittier

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... The rancho remained intact until 1833, when the Nieto heirs petitioned Mexican Governor José Figueroa for a partition and distribution of the land ... Figueroa officially declared the Los Nietos grant under Mexican rule and ordered its partition into six smaller ranchos. 1834 Partition of Rancho Los Nietos Name Size Disposition Los Alamitos 28,612 acres (115.79 km2) Juan Jose Nieto Las Bolsas 33,460 acres (135.4 km2) Catarina Ruiz (wido ...

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