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Known for its 13 rowdy saloons, Mayfield rejected his requests for reform.This led him to drive the formation of a new Temperance Town with the help of his friend Timothy Hopkins of the Southern Pacific Railroad who bought 740 acres (3.0 km was proclaimed a local Heritage District during Palo's Alto Centennial in 1994.The land grant, Rancho Rinconada del Arroyo de San Francisquito, of about 2,230-acre (9.0 km) on the lower reaches of San Francisquito Creek (i.e., parts of modern Menlo Park and northern Palo Alto) was given to Maria Antonia Mesa in 1841.She and her husband Rafael Soto (who had died in 1839) had settled in 1835 near present day Newell and Middlefield roads and sold supplies.Greer owned a home on the site that is now Town & Country Village on Embarcadero and El Camino Real. To the south of the Sotos, the brothers Secundino and Teodoro Robles in 1849 bought Rancho Rincon de San Francisquito from José Peña, the 1841 grantee.The grant covered the area south of Rancho Rinconada del Arroyo de San Francisquito to more or less present day Mountain View.On April 10, 1853, 250 acres (1.0 km), comprising the present day Barron Park, Matadero Creek and Stanford Business Park, was sold for ,000 to Elisha Oscar Crosby, who called his new property Mayfield Farm.
On November 29, 1777, Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe (now the city of San Jose a few miles to the south of what was to be Palo Alto) was established by order of the viceroy despite the displeasure of the local mission.
Thinking the bay was too wide to cross, the group retraced their journey to Monterey, and never became aware of the Golden Gate entrance to the Bay.