Surrounded by the city of Long Beach, Signal Hill is a city of the Greater Los Angeles County region. Incorporated in 1924, about three years after the discovery of oil in the area. Its home to 11,465 residents, and was named Signal Hill because of its 365 foot hill above its border town of Long Beach, which the native Tongva Indians used for signal fires. The fires could be seen all the way to Catalina Island, 26 miles away. Before the oil industry sprang up in Signal Hill, many homes were built on the hill itself, and at the lower elevations there were farms where vegetable, flowers, and fruit were grown. Many of the farmers in the area at the time were of Japanese descent.
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