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Early Stockton had a street named South street but what is it called now?
Posted by: Adine Wakefield (ID *****0420) Date: July 01, 2010 at 14:16:23
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Hi

According to HISTORY OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY by George Tinkham..under biography of Arthur R. McCarty on page 1608, it says:

"All in all, he has superinteded several million square feet of paving in San Joaquin County, including the largest single job under one contract, in the city of Stockton, namely, 1,300,000 square feet of the Homestead Addition,comprising all between Sutter St. and the Southern Pacific Railroad, and South and Ninth streets.

What is South street called today???? I cannot find it on a Stockton map so it must had changed its name some time ago.

Thank you, Adine


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