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- 1The name given to the local railroad station of the Southern Pacific in the mid 1870s was taken from one the Actons in the east.
- 2Literally means "Upper Dena," referring to its location relative to Pasadena. The name was applied in 1887.
AlvaradoNamed after Juan B. Alvarado, governor of Mexican California 1836-1842.
Antelope ValleyNamed for the graceful animal once found throughout California.
- 5Named for early resident Harriet Atwater Paramore.
BaldwinNamed for E.J. "Lucky" Baldwin.
BandiniNamed for Juan Bandini, a powerful local ranch owner.
Bel AirNamed for developer Alfonso Bell.