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Why do people choose ABC Movers as their #1 moving services provider in Piru?

Piru  is a small unincorporated historic town located in eastern Ventura County, California.  The population was 2,063 at the 2010 census, up from 1,196 when the 2000 census was enumerated.

History
The area was originally inhabited by the Tataviam Indians.The town was founded in 1887 by David C. Cook from Elgin, Illinois, a wealthy publisher of Sunday Schooltracts and supplies who bought the Rancho Temescal Mexican land grant from the sons of Ygnacio del Valle.Wanting to establish a "Second Garden of Eden" in this part of the Santa Clara River Valley, Cook specified, tradition says, that the acreage be planted with fruits identified with the Biblical garden—apricots, dates, figs, grapes, olives and pomegranates. That same year, he built his first home, a Colonial Revival structure, at the southwest corner of Main and Center Streets.The coast rail line was built through the valley in 1887. Because a small depot was already going to be built in nearby Camulos, Charles Crocker of Southern Pacific Railroad refused to build a depot in Piru. This so annoyed David Cook that he built his own depot and hired a stationmaster. Cook laid out the town around the railroad in 1888.The U.S. Post Office Department established the Piru Post Office on June 14, 1888.

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