The Campo de Cahuenga, near the historic Cahuenga Pass in present-day Studio City, Los Angeles, California, was an adobe ranch house on the Rancho Cahuenga where the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed between Lieutenant Colonel John C. Frémont and General Andrés Pico in 1847, ending hostilities in California between Mexico and the United States. The subsequent Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of 1848, ceding California, parts of Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona (but not Texas since it had seceded from Mexico in 1836, declared itself a republic, and joined the union in 1845) to the United States, formally ended the Mexican-American War. From 1858 to 1861 the Campo de Cahuenga became a Butterfield Stage Station.

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  • The Campo de Cahuenga, near the historic Cahuenga Pass in present-day Studio City, Los Angeles, California, was an adobe ranch house on the Rancho Cahuenga where the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed between Lieutenant Colonel John C. Frémont and General Andrés Pico in 1847, ending hostilities in California between Mexico and the United States. The subsequent Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of 1848, ceding California, parts of Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona (but not Texas since it had seceded from Mexico in 1836, declared itself a republic, and joined the union in 1845) to the United States, formally ended the Mexican-American War. From 1858 to 1861 the Campo de Cahuenga became a Butterfield Stage Station. The original adobe structure was demolished in 1900. The city of Los Angeles provided funds for the purchase of the property in 1923, and a Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style replica "adobe" ranch house was built by the city following an effort led by Irene T. Lindsay, then President of the San Fernando Valley Historical Society, and dedicated on November 2, 1950. It is now a park and interpretive center managed by the City of Los Angeles's Department of Recreation and Parks in partnership with the Campo de Cahuenga Historical Memorial Association. Campo de Cahuenga is registered on the National Register of Historic Places, as California Historical Landmark No. 151, and as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 29. The foundations of the original adobe were unearthed beneath Lankershim Boulevard during construction of the Metro Red Line subway. The parts of the foundations within the park are preserved as an exhibit, and the "footprint" of the foundations under the street and sidewalk is marked by decorative pavement. Campo de Cahuenga is often confused with the nearby Rancho Cahuenga, an inholding within the Rancho Providencia land grant, now part of Burbank. The building is used by various organizations for special programs and regular meetings, and it is open with a docent on the first Saturday of each month, from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. (en)
  • Il Campo de Cahuenga, posto vicino allo storico Passo Cahuenga dove oggi sorge il quartiere di Studio City a Los Angeles in California, era un edificio in stile Adobe all'interno del Rancho Cahuenga. Vi venne firmato nel 1847 il Trattato di Cahuenga tra il colonnello John Charles Frémont ed il generale Andrés Pico ponendo così fine alle ostilità in California tra il Messico e gli Stati Uniti.Il seguente Trattato di Guadalupe Hidalgo del 1848 mise formalmente fine alla Guerra messicano-statunitense.Dal 1858 al 1861 Campo de Cahuenga divenne una stazione di posta. La struttura originale venne demolita nel 900. Tuttavia la città di Los Angeles raccolse i fondi e comprò il terreno su cui sorgeva la proprietà, costruì poi a fianco ai resti una replica dell'edificio.Il Campo de Cahuenga è dichiarato National Register of Historic Places, California Historical Landmark e si trova al 3919 Lankershim Blvd., Studio City, California. (it)
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  • The Campo de Cahuenga, near the historic Cahuenga Pass in present-day Studio City, Los Angeles, California, was an adobe ranch house on the Rancho Cahuenga where the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed between Lieutenant Colonel John C. Frémont and General Andrés Pico in 1847, ending hostilities in California between Mexico and the United States. The subsequent Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of 1848, ceding California, parts of Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona (but not Texas since it had seceded from Mexico in 1836, declared itself a republic, and joined the union in 1845) to the United States, formally ended the Mexican-American War. From 1858 to 1861 the Campo de Cahuenga became a Butterfield Stage Station. (en)
  • Il Campo de Cahuenga, posto vicino allo storico Passo Cahuenga dove oggi sorge il quartiere di Studio City a Los Angeles in California, era un edificio in stile Adobe all'interno del Rancho Cahuenga. Vi venne firmato nel 1847 il Trattato di Cahuenga tra il colonnello John Charles Frémont ed il generale Andrés Pico ponendo così fine alle ostilità in California tra il Messico e gli Stati Uniti.Il seguente Trattato di Guadalupe Hidalgo del 1848 mise formalmente fine alla Guerra messicano-statunitense.Dal 1858 al 1861 Campo de Cahuenga divenne una stazione di posta. (it)
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