Azusa is a town in Los Angeles County, California, United States, located in the San Gabriel Valley, near the San Gabriel Mountains. The population was 46,361 in 2010, up from 44,712 in 2000, according to the 2010 census. Foothill Boulevard and Alosta Avenue, which run parallel to historic Route 66, are where Azusa may be found. The San Gabriel Mountains go through Azusa to the north, Irwindale to the west, Vincent to the southwest, Glendora to the east, and Covina to the south.
During the Mexican Alta California era in the 19th century, the term Azusa was first applied to the San Gabriel Valley and the San Gabriel River. According to the evidence, it was derived from the Tongva name Asuka-nga. The area has been a part of Tongva territory since at least 55 BC. The backronym "Azusa stands for everything from A to Z in the United States of America." has been used by organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce to promote the city for years.
The earliest Mexican settlement in Azusa was Rancho el Susa, which was granted to Luis Arenas by Alta California Governor Juan Bautista Alvarado in 1841. Henry Dalton, an English immigrant and wealthy businessman from Los Angeles' Pueblo bought the ranch's land for $7,000 from Arenas. The rancho was called Rancho Azusa de Dalton, and a vineyard, distillery, vinegar house, meat smokehouse, and flour mill were built in his honor. In addition, a vineyard was developed. Dalton built a house in Azusa at 6th Street and Cerritos Avenue, known as Dalton Hill.
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