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us: San Francisco (Calif.)


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    • us: San Francisco County (Calif.)
    • us: San Francisco
    • us: San Francisco City & County (Calif.)
    • us: San Francisco City and County (Calif.)
    • us: City & County of San Francisco (Calif.)
    • us: City and County of San Francisco (Calif.)
    • us: Saint Francisco (Calif.)
  • Variants

    • us: San Francisco County (Calif.)
    • us: San Francisco
    • us: San Francisco City & County (Calif.)
    • us: San Francisco City and County (Calif.)
    • us: City & County of San Francisco (Calif.)
    • us: City and County of San Francisco (Calif.)
    • us: Saint Francisco (Calif.)
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        (lcsh) Cities and towns
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  • Earlier Established Forms

      San FranciscoSan Francisco Yerba Buena (Calif.)Yerba Buena (Calif.)
  • Sources

    • found: Writers Program, Calif. San Francisco, 1973: p. 24 (under regime of Gov. Jose Figueroa [of Spanish province of Alta California] San Francisco Bay was declared a port of entry and in 1835 pueblo of Yerba Buena was laid out; in 1847 [by which time Calif. was American territory] name changed to San Francisco)
    • found: SFGOV, the official San Francisco City & County Web site, Oct. 1, 2005 (San Francisco City & County; City & County of San Francisco)
    • found: The California almanac for ... 1849: t.p. (calculated for the meridian of Saint Francisco; impr.: Saint Francisco)
    • found: Geonames, April 3, 2015 (San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, seat of a second-order administrative division; 37°46ʹ30ʺN 122°25ʹ10ʺW)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW site, viewed Apr. 3, 2015 (San Francisco; officially the City and County of San Francisco; the only consolidated city-county in California; the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California) {http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco}
    • notfound: NUCMC data from Calif. Hist. Soc. for Leese, J.P. Papers, 1836-1863
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    • 1979-03-23: new
    • 2015-04-28: revised
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