Olive Through the Ages, launched in 2005, was created as a tribute to Olive, California, to make the public aware of its existence, and to preserve its history. The original Web site featured maps, a timeline, historical overview, and images that provided a glimpse into Olive from its days as a pastoral community in the mid-1700s to the mid-1800s; to a bustling 1880s boom town with a lucrative flour mill; to an orchard-filled community with five citrus packing houses between the 1910s to the 1960s; to a residential island from the early 1960s to present times.
Beginning in 2009, Olive Through the Ages began
expanding to include information provided by local historians and individuals
with a connection to the Olive community. New content for the Olive
Web site was included in a section called "The Living Branch."
If you have old photos or stories about any places that once existed in Olive, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The site has grown and evolved because of contributions to its content made by many fine individuals. Thanks to all for your interest in this project. - Daralee
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