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The Devil's Gate. "Where the Arroya Canon opens into the Arroya Seco. Arroya means “river”, & seco means “dry”. So named from the broad, dry bed of the river leaving the canon. The pipes belong to two companies who supply Pasadena." B 46
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A Trip to California, 1887-1889 - Views
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