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Sacramento-This city is the capital of California. A man named John Sutter jr. founded this city December 1848. During the gold rush Sacramento was a major distribution point. Los Angelos-This city is the second largest city in the United States. Los Angelos has a lot of major earthquakes. The last major earthquake was in 1994. In the year 2000 the population was 3,694,820. Lodi-in the year 2000 the city population was 56,999. This city is best known for making wine. The median income for household is $39,570 and for family it's $47,020. Santa Rosa-this city is one hour north of San Francisco. Santa Rosa is a popular tourist destination. Santa Rosa has many are scenes. As of July 1, 2003 the city population was 153,386. San Francisco-the estimate population for the city is 799,263. This is the 4th largest city in California. There are also several islands located here. In 1776 the first Europeans to settle here was the Spanish. Salinas-much of the city's economy depends on agriculture. This is one of the richest farming regions. Many fruits and vegetables are grown here. In the year 2000 the total population was 151,060.
Madera-in the year 2000 the city population was 43,207. There are 11,978 households in this city. The median income for a household is $31,033 and for a family it's $31,927. Manteca -This city was founded in 1961 by a man named Joshua Cowell. In the year 2000 the city population was 49,258. In northern California, Manteca is known for their waterslides. Tracy- This city is surrounded by farmlands, orchards, and ranches. The population was 56,929 in July 1,2002. Tracy is located east of San Francisco Bay area. The city has very dry and hot summers every year. Burbank- This city is an upper middle class community. The population in 2000 was 100,316. Burbank is in the eastern corner of San Francisco Valley. Much of the economy is based on the entertainment industry.