Dolores Park Timeline

Dolores Park is quite possibly the most popular park in all San Francisco. Which is why it was not surprising to see the public outcry when they learned the park was going to close completely for a much needed renovation next year. Well, it’s true, this lovely piece of land has gone through a lot. It went from being home to the Ohlone Indians to hipster weekly debauchery. Here is a timeline of major events and periods that park has gone through.

Sources: SF Neighborhoods Park Council and Wikipedia.

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  1. Pingback: From Ohlone Indians to Hipster Debauchery – Mission Loc@l -- San Francisco Mission District's News, Food, Art and Events

  2. kevlar

    Timeline should be called ‘the European dolores park timeline’ since it starts when Spanish arrive. Didn’t the Ohlone have a history too?

  3. Hey Man,

    I am a friend on Andrea’s. I work for Dipity. You know that you can embed the timeline on your blog?

    Click “embed” and copy and paste the HTML. Try it out and let me know what you think: steve@dipity.com

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