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About Roseville, CA
The old Carnegie Library building was billed for the distractive ball in the early 1980’s, the land where the building placed was to be converted into a parking lot. However, something happened during the City Council convention where members were informed to vote on the building’s eradication, and a kin of the pioneer McRae family suddenly spoke to the organization. She said that “she is expecting to have her land back since the city donated by her family is not to be used anymore for library purposes”. The land was indeed donated by the McRae family but it was with a caveat. The land with Carnegie Library built with it was supposed to be used as the library.
The first deed was documented and the old building was safe. However, it needed purpose and restoration. The good people from the Roseville valley united all together and established the Roseville Historical Society with the objective of protecting and preserving the history of Roseville. Using the funds of the valley and with the help of everyone, the area was restored and the venerable old building became very important library, with the new focus of educating community about the historical Roseville. In the present day, it’s called the “Carnegie Library Museum.”
The agreement was originally a stage coach area called G riders. In accordance with the Roseville Historical Society, in the year 1864 the Central Pacific Railroad tracks were established eastward outside of Sacramento. When they passed by the California Central Railroad line they called the area Junction. In one day became known as Roseville. Three years after, Southern Pacific Railroad moved its facilities to Roseville from Rocklin, afterwards, the town was incorporated in year 1909. A period of expansion followed, with the people establishing more than 100 structures, and it includes the Pacific Fruit Express building, the biggest ice manufacturing plant in the world in 1913.
For decades, the city was a railroad by 1929, with employing up to 1,225 people out of a population of 6,425 numbers of people in the community. Through the onset of World War II, the postwar construction, expansion carried on with continued prosperity and abundance. The rail yards grow into busier than ever. Yet, in the mid-1950’s, the city changed fiercely and dramatically.
The railroad continued to upgrade and expand during the 1950’s switching its steam engine fleet to completely diesel engines in almost 10 years. Unfortunately, the railroad started to fall down in the shadow of air travel and at the same time, the development of civil Interstate Highway System. Even though the railroad lasts some primary employer, the development of the city started to expand into other business sectors.
The Washington Boulevard or what is currently known as the Seawall, (the railroad junction constructed in 1950), is another important change during this period. Because of the railroad, people started to travel from one side of the tracks to the other in more convenient way. Helping them with their business was the fact that they no longer needed travel through the Roseville business sector north of the tracks anymore. In 1956, Interstate 80 was completely established, which helped to relocate the population to East Roseville from downtown. The old downtown area shifted into an even decline.
Shopping is one of Roseville’s vital role economy that was known as the 13th highest market sales of all cities in California. One of California’s regional shopping destinations is Roseville, having the main shopping center in the city with Westfield Galleria and as the 2nd biggest Northern California shopping mall. Roseville Historical Society in the year 2012 celebrated the grand 100-year-old building that harbors the wonderful history of the city.