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Many ancient migratory paths of buffalo and other grazing mammals served as the basis of some of our current routes. Aboriginal people would often use the paths to hunt these same animals, as well as to travel throughout their territories. Early military expeditions and explorers took advantage of the existing routes to travel into the wilderness. Settlers also used these same paths to travel into the new territories. Eventually many of these became the basis of our modern roads.
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Ancient Traces and RoadsLa Playa Trail- San Diego, California

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This is one of several markers commemorating the oldest European Trail on the Pacific Coast of the USA... but first mentioned in 1542 by Juan Cabrillo as an Indian Trail. The trail is 12 miles long.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Metro2

location: California

date approved: 10/2/2009

last visited: 8/12/2014

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