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By 1900, Bell Gardens was divided into tracts of 40 to 100 acres (0.40 km).The land adjoining the City of Bell became known as Bell Gardens. Beck purchased property and begins to build affordable homes for those suffering through the depression era.Today the grant includes the cities of Bell Gardens, Bell, Maywood, Vernon, Huntington Park, Walnut Park, Cudahy, South Gate, Lynwood and Commerce.Antonio Lugo built several adobe homes within the boundaries of the Rancho San Antonio grant, and raised cattle. Roy Whitehead in his book Lugo, "Don Antonio Maria Lugo…rode around Los Angeles and his Rancho San Antonio in great splendor.It is not, however, the oldest remaining house in Los Angeles County.Shane Kimbler, a Bell Gardens history enthusiast, wrote that early colonist Francisco Salvador Lugo and son Antonio María Lugo began construction in 1795 on what is now known as Casa de Rancho San Antonio or the Henry Gage Mansion.Their eldest son, Joseph Woodworth, built a two-story colonial style house at 6820 Foster Bridge Road in 1924.
In 1991, the park’s tenants, who own the land as well as Lugo’s original dwelling, were successful in their efforts to have Casa de San Antonio named State Historical Monument No. Their effort ensures that Don Antonio Maria Lugo’s name and his historic home will be preserved for future generations of Bell Gardens residents and Californians.World War I and World War II brought defense plants to the area that helped build the economic stability and the population, which led to construction of new homes, more schools, and a prosperous business climate. Since its incorporation in 1961, Bell Gardens has grown from a population of approximately 4,000 to nearly 45,000. There are six elementary schools, two intermediate schools, one high school and two adult schools.It is 93.4 percent Hispanic, 4.7% White, 0.6% Asian, 1.7% American Indian and Alaska Native and 1.1% African American.Bell Gardens is a city in Los Angeles County, California.The population was 42,072 at the 2010 census, down from 44,054 at the 2000 census.
One of his nine children, Vicente Lugo, married and built a two-story adobe home in 1850, located at 6360 Gage Avenue. Foster, Mayor of Los Angeles in 1854, and lived in an adobe house just east of 6820 Foster Bridge Road, now a parking lot.