The early Portuguese had settled in Southern Alameda County as whalers and seamen off the Pacific traders. The Portuguese were principally dairymen and farmers in the early 1900’s, and St. John’s Day brought together a loosely organized fraternity of the land where ranchers and field hands ate carne and sopas, drank wine and talked of the crops and cattle. On September 18, 1921, the fraternity organized formally as Council #8 of the Sociedade Espirito Santa (SES)…
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