Treaty sets the boundary between U.S. and Mexico and San Diego officially becomes an American city.
On May 10, Horton acquires 800 acres of land, (today's downtown San Diego), for $265.
Prospector Fred Coleman discovers placer gold near present day Julian, setting off local rush
The San Diego Street Car Co., founded. First streetcars began operating over 2-mile track on Broadway.
Remains an Army base until transfer to the Navy in 1959.
A capacity of 23,000, making it the largest municipal stadium in the nation at the time.
Washing out all but two of the City's 112 bridges and breaking the Lower Otay Dam
Replacing ferry service across San Diego Bay.
City of San Diego population reaches 875,538
Providing the national research community with access to highest performance computers.
Former base to be redeveloped for public and private uses.