It is named after a coast redwood tree called El Palo Alto.

As of the 2010 census, the city's total resident population is 64,403.

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Known for its 13 rowdy saloons, Mayfield rejected his requests for reform.

This led him to drive the formation of a new Temperance Town with the help of his friend Timothy Hopkins of the Southern Pacific Railroad who bought 740 acres (3.0 km was proclaimed a local Heritage District during Palo's Alto Centennial in 1994.

The grant was bounded on the south by Mariano Castro's Rancho Pastoria de las Borregas grant across San Antonio Road.

This later became the Robles Rancho, which constitutes about 80% of Palo Alto and Stanford University today.

The Mexican War of Independence ending in 1821 led to Mexico becoming an independent country, though San Jose did not recognize rule by the new Mexico until May 10, 1825.

Mexico proceeded to sell off or grant much of the mission land.

In 1863, it was whittled down in the courts to 6,981 acres (28.25 km Their hacienda hosted fiestas and bull fights.

It was ruined in the 1906 earthquake and its lumber was used to build a large barn nearby, which was said to have lingered until the early 1950s.

He had a train stop created near his school on Mayfield's downtown street, Lincoln Street (now named California Avenue).