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By Sabine Goerke-Shrode

Now a fast-growing urban of over 100,000, Fairfield was the house of the Patwin Suisuni Indians, whose well-known leader Solano grew to become one of many few local landowners in California within the 1830s. midway among San Francisco and Sacramento at the path to the gold fields, town was once based by way of clipper send captain Robert Waterman. A sensible dealer, Waterman provided the recent Solano County govt loose land and funds to relocate to his new urban, making it the county seat. quickly the railroad, and later the nation road, selected a course via Fairfield, developing an city middle for the attractive agricultural valleys that encompass it.

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