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How did San Fransisco get it's name.

-- Timothy Webster (, October 16, 2002


San Francisco was originally named Yerba Buean "Good Herb". The Bay was called San Francisco Bay (1769) to honor the Franciscan Fathers who traveled north from Mexico to establish a string of Missions in California. The Pueblo of San Francisco is established in 1833.

Good luck in your research.

-- Kurt Iversen (, October 17, 2002.

i have recently devleoped a way of telling if someone is funny by three sentences they have written. so, what im wondering is, am i funny? by the way, my name doesnt count.cos this really is my name. dont worry, im not thinking about a lawsuit. im thinking about cheese. yes, so id really preciate it if one or many people came up with some sort of funny test. i anticipate questions to which humourus or unhumourus aswers must be given. and u lot remind me of rhebus monkeys.

-- Scott M. Hall (ivecrashedtheserver@hotm, October 30, 2002


真 真真真真真真真真真真真真真真真真真真, October 30, 2002.

-- sameasabove ( , October 30, 2002.

It is an interesting fact that Scott Hall is my uncle.

-- King Sean M. Hall I (sanfranciscofanclub@g, October 30, 2002.

-- sean m hall (sean@Adsga.asdf), October 31, 2002.

San Fransisco got it's name i think when the spanish came and named most of the west with spanish names

-- Breann Schaefer (, November 03, 2004.

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