ECV1850 Plaque:
Battle of Santa Clara


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BATTLE OF
SANTA CLARA
ON JANUARY 2, 1847, SOMEWHERE
HEREABOUTS WAS FOUGHT THE LAST
NORTHERN BATTLE OF THE MEXICAN WAR.
THE OFFICIAL CASUALTY REPORT: "DEAD:
NONE, WOUNDED: NONE, MISSING BUT ONE ON
THE AMERICAN SIDE AND HE CAME UP
SHORTLY AFTERWARDS STATING THAT HE
HAD BEEN SEARCHING FOR HIS RAMROD
WHICH IN THE EXCITEMENT, HE HAD
FORGOTTEN TO DRAW FROM HIS GUN AND FIRED
AT THE ENEMY."
DEDICATED OCTOBER 14, 1978,

MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER No. 1850
E CLAMPUS VITUS

"RIGHT WRONGS NOBODY"

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This plaque was originally placed at
2780 El Camino Real.

Later relocated to El Camino Real
near Bowe Ave. (South-West corner.)
Between San Tomas Expressway. and Kiely Blvd.
Near the large Moonlite Shopping Plaza sign.
City of Santa Clara.
Santa Clara County, CA.

GPS
  Santa Clara
Battle  
WGS84 Datum
N 37.35222°
W 121.97389°




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