The county is said to have been named after citrus fruits in an attempt to promote immigration by suggesting a semi-tropical paradise, a place where anything could grow. The Orange County name was created to promote immigration in the area. The name suggests that oranges and other citrus fruits can grow well in the area, making it perfect for anyone who wants to move to the area for a living. Many citrus, avocado and berry farms have been established in the county over the years, and the boysenberry farm run by Walter Knott is among the most prominent spaces.
With just over three million people, Orange County is the country's sixth-largest county by population. The two men in top hats are not identified, but the Orange Public Library, which also has a copy of the photo in its online database, says that “tradition suggests that the two men represented are the founders of Orange, Alfred Chapman and Andrew Glassell. Other communities had been founded in the Santa Ana Valley since the winter of 1869-1870, and their leaders joined Anaheim in the call for the County Division. In November 1871, a new call was made for a County Division meeting in Gallatin (a small, almost forgotten community that is now part of Downey).
Pressure is under way to change the name of John Wayne Airport to Orange County John Wayne Airport in an effort to qualify the county as a tourist destination. Orange County encompasses the coast of Southern California, located south of Los Angeles County, north of San Diego County, and west of Riverside County. The area now known as Orange was founded in 1871 by two Los Angeles lawyers, Alfred Beck Chapman and Andrew Glassell, and was first called “Richland”. It has its own airport, Orange County Airport (SNA), but it is also close to Los Angeles International Airport and Long Beach Airport.
Sam Armor, one of Orange County's first Supervisors, later wrote: “Sometimes there are some members of the legislature looking for the 'Colonel. Most of the locals grew grapes and raised pigs, but in an effort to better promote the area, the county was looking for oranges. The city became one of the centers of the local citrus industry and, in the 1920s, oranges became the city's main crop. For a view with your American food, head up the hill to Orange County Mining Company, located in the Orange Hills.
Interior views of up to 40 miles are possible from the large orange globe that rises 400 feet above Great Park in Irvine. There are bags of Mexican cuisine all over the county, with one of the best belonging to the family-run El Farolito in Placentia. If history is high on your to-see list, head to the Bower's Museum in Santa Ana, which presents the first years of life in Orange County and showcases other cultures, such as Chinese and Mesoamerican. The Division meetings were held in Orange and Santa Ana, and speakers from both sides repeated the usual arguments.