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 Long before Captain Charles Weber realized the value of a port city to  serve foothills-bound prospectors, the area we now call Stockton was  home to the Northern Valley Yokuts, a segment of the Native American  population that lived in present-day California for thousands of years  before Europeans arrived.

Long before Captain Charles Weber realized the value of a port city to serve foothills-bound prospectors, the area we now call Stockton was home to the Northern Valley Yokuts, a segment of the Native American population that lived in present-day California for thousands of years before Europeans arrived.

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 Long before Captain Charles Weber realized the value of a port city to  serve foothills-bound prospectors, the area we now call Stockton was  home to the Northern Valley Yokuts, a segment of the Native American  population that lived in present-day California for thousands of years  before Europeans arrived.
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Long before Captain Charles Weber realized the value of a port city to serve foothills-bound prospectors, the area we now call Stockton was home to the Northern Valley Yokuts, a segment of the Native American population that lived in present-day California for thousands of years before Europeans arrived.

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