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

Warner Springs is a small unincorporated community in northern San Diego County, California.

History
The Cupeño people were long time indigenous inhabitants of the Warner Springs area. The Cupeño/CahuillaAgua Caliente rancheria village was located at the hot springs  located here.The hot springs were "rediscovered" by Spanish explorers of upper Las Californias province in 1795.Juan Jose Warner received the 26,689-acre (108.01 km2) Rancho San Jose del Valle Mexican land grant in 1844, and renamed the area Warner Springs.Also in 1844, the asistencia's lands on the south became part of the Rancho Santa Ysabel Mexican land grant. In 1851 the Cupeño/Cahuilla "Garra_Revolt" raid on Warner's Ranch occurred, a part of the Yuma War against immigrant intrusions.Former California Governor John Downey purchased the Warner Springs Ranch in 1880, to graze cattle and sheep herds. In 1892, after years of disputes with the Cupeños living at the ranch, Downey sued to evict the Indians. In 1894 after Downey's death, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the Cupeños.The eviction order came in 1901 and their exodus two years later became known as the “Cupeno Trail of Tears.”William Henshaw purchased the Warner Springs Ranch in 1911, and had Henshaw Dam completed by latter 1922 and its reservoir filled by 1924. In 1978 the reservoir level was lowered 40% due to danger from the Elsinore Fault Zone running beneath the dam.

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