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12th July
written by Richard

San Diego Union, May 28, 1881

In San Diego of the mid-1800s, successful townspeople were individuals with ambition, community spirit, and valued frontier skills. Few pioneers typified these traits better than Edward W. Nottage, a man little remembered today but well-known to San Diegans of his day as “Cast Iron Nottage.”

The story of a well-loved San Diego pioneer Cast Iron Nottage.

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