Old Town San Diego State Historical Park

Back in 2018, ‘Seul’ and ‘I'(Hae) visited San Diego, CA. We stopped by Old Town San Diego, Little Italy San Diego, and the Seaport Village. This post is of Old Town SD only. 2018년도에 ‘슬’κ³Ό ‘혜’λŠ” μΊ˜λ¦¬ν¬λ‹ˆμ•„μ£Όμ— λ‚¨λΆ€μ˜ μœ„μΉ˜ν•œ μƒŒλ””μ—κ³  ν˜Ήμ€ μƒŒλ””μ—μ΄κ³ λΌ λΆˆλ¦¬λŠ” λ„μ‹œλ₯Ό λ°©λ¬Έν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€~ λ°©λ¬Έν•˜λ©΄μ„œ μ˜¬λ“œνƒ€μš΄ μƒŒλ””μ—κ³ μ™€ λ¦¬ν‹€μ΄νƒœλ¦¬μ™€ μ”¨ν¬νŠΈ λΉŒλ¦¬μ§€λ₯Ό κ΅¬κ²½ν–ˆλŠ”λ°μš”. 이번 ν¬μŠ€νŠΈλŠ” μ˜¬λ“œνƒ€μš΄μ—μ„œ 찍은 사진 및 μ˜μƒλ“€ λͺ¨μ•„λ΄€μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park μƒŒλ””μ—κ³  μ˜¬λ“œνƒ€μš΄(κ΅¬μ‹œκ°€μ§€) 주립역사 곡원

As you walk in, you’re greeted with a map of the park and cacti. 곡원을 μž…μž₯ν• λ•Œ 제일 λ¨Όμ € 곡원을 ν•œλˆˆμ— λ³Ό μˆ˜μžˆλŠ” 지도와 선인μž₯듀이 λ°˜κ²¨μ€λ‹ˆλ‹€.

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park Map

This is the Temecula Olive Oil Company. 곡원 내에 ν…Œλ©”ν˜λΌ 올리브였일 κ°€κ²Œλ„ μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

Along the paths, there are succulents and pieces of art. 인도 κ±ΈμœΌλ©΄μ„œ λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ 선인μž₯κ³Ό μž‘ν’ˆλ“€μ΄ λ§ŽμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.


We stopped by La Panaderia to grab a snack, churros! 여행할땐 μŒμ‹μ΄ λΉ μ§€μ§€μ•Šμ£ ?γ…‹γ…‹ λ‹Ή λ–¨μ–΄μ§„λ‹€λŠ” ν•‘κ³„λ‘œ ‘라 νŒŒλ‚˜λ°λ¦¬μ•„’ λ“€λ €μ„œ κ°„λ‹¨ν•˜κ²Œ λ©•μ‹œμ½”λ₯Ό μƒμ§•ν•˜λŠ” 간식인 μΈ„λŸ¬μŠ€λ₯Ό λ§›μžˆκ²Œ μ˜΄λ‡Έλ‡Έ ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

This store sold sweets! Displayed in the red shelves were different sweet like chocolate covered snacks(coffee, apricot, cherry, raspberry, etc). In the wooden shelves there were candies on the top and below were pickled veggies. 이 κ°€κ²ŒλŠ” μΊ”λ”” νŒ”μ•˜μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€! 빨간색 μ„ λ°˜μ—λŠ” λŒ€λΆ€λΆ„ 초콜릿이 μžˆμ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. λ‚˜λ¬΄ μ„ λ°˜ μœ„μ—λŠ” 캔디와 λ°‘μ—λŠ” 절인 야채듀이 μžˆμ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.


There’s a Cosmopolitan Hotel. You can actually stay at this hotel. 곡원 μ•ˆμ— μ½”μŠ€λͺ¨ν΄λ¦¬νƒ„ ν˜Έν…”μ΄ 자리 μž‘μ•„μžˆλŠ”λ° μ‹€μ œλ‘œ 묡을 수 μžˆλŠ” ν˜Έν…”μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€!


There’s a Seeley Stable Museum Hazard Collection. When we visited, it was free admission. The history behind this building is that it is a reconstruction of the original stable built and used by a man named Albert Seeley back in 1867. He used this stable for horse and carriage storage. Today, the building is a museum displaying horse drawn vehicles and western memorabilia. 싀리 μŠ€ν…Œμ΄λΈ” 박물관도 μžˆλŠ”λ° 자율 μž…μž₯λ£Œμž…λ‹ˆλ‹€. 이 역사가 λ‹΄κΈ΄ 건물은 1867년도 μ•Œλ²„νŠΈ μ‹€λ¦¬λΌλŠ” 뢄이 μ‹€μ œλ‘œ 짓고 이 곳을 μ™Έμ–‘κ°„/λ§ˆκ΅¬κ°„μœΌλ‘œ 그리고 마차λ₯Ό λ³΄κ΄€ν•˜λŠ” μš©λ„λ‘œ μ‚¬μš©ν–ˆλ‹΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. ν˜„μž¬λŠ” 이 곳을 역사 λ°•λ¬Όκ΄€μœΌλ‘œ μž¬κ±΄ν•˜μ—¬ λ§ˆμ°¨μ™€ μ„œλΆ€ κΈ°λ…ν’ˆμ„ λ°°μΉ˜ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

La Casa de Estudillo. Β This 170 year old adobe hacienda is a museum which was built by Jose Maria de Estudillo, the Commandant of the Presidio in 1827. It represents how an important family in the mid-nineteenth century would have lived and worked. There was a well, a horno, and a garden. We spotted a rabbit and a Green June beetle while perusing the area. 라 카사 데 μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” 이 박물관은 1827 λ…„ ν”„λ ˆμ‹œ λ””μ˜€ 사령관인 ν˜Έμ„Έ λ§ˆλ¦¬μ•„ 데 μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”κ°€ 지은 170λ…„ 된 어도비 λ†μ›μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€. 이 곳은 19μ„ΈκΈ° μ€‘λ°˜μ— μ€‘μš”ν•œ 가쑱이 μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ μƒν™œν•˜κ³  μΌν–ˆλŠ”μ§€λ₯Ό λ‚˜νƒ€λƒ…λ‹ˆλ‹€. 우물과 화덕과 μž‘μ€ 정원이 μžˆμ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. κ΅¬κ²½ν•˜λ‹€κ°€ ν† λΌλž‘ μ§„μ§œ 큰 λ”±μ •λ²Œλ ˆλ„ λ΄€μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€ γ…‹γ…‹.

Commerce in the Casa:Β Francisco de Paul Rodriguez rented space from the Estudillos for a tiendaΒ (store) in the new wing of the Casa from 1851-54. He sold household, personal, and medicinal items. While here, he courted ConcepciΓ³n Rocha (a niece of JosΓ© Antonio and MarΓ­a Victoria Estudillo), who resided with the family. The couple married in 1854.

카사(Casa)의 상업:Β ν”„λž€μ‹œμŠ€μ½” 데 폴 λ‘œλ“œλ¦¬κ²ŒμŠ€λŠ” 1851λ…„λΆ€ν„° 1854λ…„κΉŒμ§€ 카사 μ‹ κ΄€ 건물에 μžˆλŠ” 곡간을 ν‹°μ—”λ‹€(점포)λ₯Ό μœ„ν•΄ μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” κ°€μ‘±μœΌλ‘œλΆ€ν„° λΉŒλ Έλ‹€. κ·ΈλŠ” κ°€μ •μš©ν’ˆ, κ°œμΈμš©ν’ˆ, μ•½ν’ˆ 등을 νŒ”μ•˜λ‹€. κ·ΈλŠ” 이곳에 λ¨Έλ¬΄λŠ” λ™μ•ˆ κ°€μ‘±κ³Ό ν•¨κ»˜ μ‚¬λŠ” μ½˜μ‹œμ˜¨ 둜차(ν˜Έμ„Έ μ•ˆν† λ‹ˆμ˜€μ™€ λ§ˆλ¦¬μ•„ 빅토리아 μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”μ˜ μ‘°μΉ΄λ”Έ)μ—κ²Œ κ΅¬μ• ν–ˆλ‹€. κ·Έ λΆ€λΆ€λŠ” 1854년에 κ²°ν˜Όν–ˆλ‹€.


A Growing Family:Β In addition to their own nine children, Jose Antonio and Maria Victoria Estudillo took in her sister’s two orphaned children in 1842, adopted two Quechan (Yuma) children around 1846, and four grandchildren to the household after the death of their daughter Maria Antonia β€œNutria” Estudillo de Pedrorena in 1851. Mexican and Native American servants lived with the family and helped care for the many children.

μžλΌλŠ” κ°€μ‘±:Β ν˜Έμ„Έ μ•ˆν† λ‹ˆμ˜€μ™€ λ§ˆλ¦¬μ•„ 빅토리아 μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”λŠ” μžμ‹ μ˜ 아홉 μžλ…€ 외에도 1842λ…„ 자맀의 고아인 두 μžλ…€λ₯Ό 데렀왔고, 1846λ…„κ²½ 두 λͺ…μ˜ μ·¨μ°¬(유마) 아이λ₯Ό μž…μ–‘ν–ˆμœΌλ©°, 1851λ…„ λ”Έ λ§ˆλ¦¬μ•„ μ•ˆν† λ‹ˆμ•„ “λ‰΄νŠΈλ¦¬μ•„” μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” 데 νŽ˜λ“œλ‘œλ ˆλ‚˜κ°€ 죽은 ν›„ 손주 λ„€ λͺ…을 가정에 μž…μ–‘ν–ˆλ‹€. λ©•μ‹œμ½”μ™€ 아메리카 원주민 쒅듀은 κ°€μ‘±κ³Ό ν•¨κ»˜ μ‚΄μ•˜κ³  λ§Žμ€ 아이듀을 λŒλ³΄λŠ” 것을 도왔닀.


Dining with the Estudillos:Β Increased prosperity allowed the Estudillo family the luxury of dedicating a room for the sole purpose of dining. Displays of elegant serving dishes and utensils, and meals served on matching china, expressed their status. When not hosting guests, Jose Antonio and his wife Maria Victoria, would have enjoyed dining with their family.Β 

μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”μ™€μ˜ 식사: 번영의 μ¦κ°€λŠ” μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” κ°€μ‘±μ—κ²ŒΒ μ‹μ‚¬ λͺ©μ μ„ μœ„ν•΄ 방을 ν—Œλ‚©ν•˜λŠ” μ‚¬μΉ˜λ₯Ό ν—ˆλ½ν–ˆλ‹€. μš°μ•„ν•œ μ„œλΉ™ μ ‘μ‹œμ™€ 식기, 그리고 그에 κ±Έλ§žμ€ 식사가 μ§„μ—΄λ˜μ–΄ κ·Έλ“€μ˜ μ§€μœ„λ₯Ό ν‘œν˜„ν–ˆλ‹€. μ†λ‹˜μ„ μ΄ˆλŒ€ν•˜μ§€ μ•Šμ„ λ•Œ, ν˜Έμ„Έ μ•ˆν† λ‹ˆμ˜€μ™€ 그의 μ•„λ‚΄ λ§ˆλ¦¬μ•„ 빅토리아가 κ°€μ‘±λ“€κ³Ό ν•¨κ»˜ 식사λ₯Ό ν•˜λŠ” 것을 μ¦κ²ΌμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.


The Estudillos Adapt to a Life on the Frontier:Β In the 1830s and 1840s, the Estudillos’ success in Alta California arose from their ability to adapt. The family adjusted to the remote conditions, thousands of miles from central Mexico and supply sources. They found ways to improve their lives and found opportunities for advancement through social connections, business opportunities and changing governments.

μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”μ˜ κ΅­κ²½ 삢에 적응기 : 1830λ…„λŒ€μ™€ 1840λ…„λŒ€μ—, μ•Œνƒ€ μΌˆλ¦¬ν¬λ‹ˆμ•„μ—μ„œμ˜ μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” κ°€μ‘±μ˜ 성곡은 적응 λŠ₯λ ₯μ—μ„œ λΉ„λ‘―λ˜μ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. 이 가쑱은 λ©•μ‹œμ½” 쀑뢀와 κ³΅κΈ‰μ²˜μ—μ„œ 수천 마일 떨어진 원격 ν™˜κ²½μ— μ μ‘ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. 그듀은 μ‚¬νšŒ μ—°κ²°, 사업 기회 및 λ³€ν™”ν•˜λŠ” μ •λΆ€λ₯Ό 톡해 μ‚Άμ˜ μ§ˆμ„ ν–₯μƒμ‹œν‚€κ³  λ°œμ „ 기회λ₯Ό μ°Ύμ•˜μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.


An Estudillo Tradition of Public Service:Β Born in 1838 and raised in the Casa, third son Jose Guadalupe Estudillo followed his father Jose Antonio’s path of public service. In 1869, Jose Guadalupe was elected President of the Board of Trustees of the City of San Diego which helped establish the future Balboa Park. A grand baileΒ (ball) was held here in 1875 to celebrate his election as California State Treasurer.

μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” 곡곡 μ„œλΉ„μŠ€μ˜ 전톡: 1838년에 νƒœμ–΄λ‚˜ 카사(Casa)μ—μ„œ μžλž€ μ„Έ 번째 μ•„λ“€ 인 ν˜Έμ„Έ κ³Όκ³Όλ‹¬λ£¨νŽ˜ μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš”λŠ” 그의 아버지 ν˜Έμ„Έ μ•ˆν† λ‹ˆμ˜€μ˜ 곡곡 μ„œλΉ„μŠ€ 경둜λ₯Ό λ”°λžμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. 1869λ…„ ν˜Έμ„Έ κ³Όλ‹¬λ£¨νŽ˜λŠ” μƒŒλ””μ—κ³ μ‹œ μ΄μ‚¬νšŒ 회μž₯으둜 μ„ μΆœλ˜μ–΄ 미래 λ°œλ³΄μ•„ 곡원을 μ„€λ¦½ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. μΊ˜λ¦¬ν¬λ‹ˆμ•„ 곡무원 μ„ κ±°λ₯Ό μΆ•ν•˜ν•˜κΈ° μœ„ν•΄ Β 1875년에 이 κ³³μ—μ„œ κ·Έλžœλ“œ 볼이 κ°œμ΅œλ˜μ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.


A Changing Kitchen and Cuisine:Β The Estudillo despensaΒ (pantry) stored a variety of foods safely from insects, spoilage, and theft. The family ranchos provided meat, game, grain, vegetables, and fruit. The ocean, bay, and river offered fish and seafood. With the arrival of newcomers to San Diego, different food, cooking styles, and cookware were introduced to the community. Cast iron, tin ware, and new forms of china and glass changed how food was prepared, served, and stored.

λ³€ν™”ν•˜λŠ” μ£Όλ°©κ³Ό μš”λ¦¬: μ—μŠ€νˆ¬λ””μš” μ‹λ£Œν’ˆ μ €μž₯싀은 곀좩, λΆ€νŒ¨ 및 λ„λ‚œμœΌλ‘œλΆ€ν„° λ‹€μ–‘ν•œ μŒμ‹μ„ μ•ˆμ „ν•˜κ²Œ λ³΄κ΄€ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. κ°€μ‘± λͺ©μž₯은 κ³ κΈ°, 사λƒ₯감, 곑물, 야채 및 과일을 μ œκ³΅ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. λ°”λ‹€, 만 및 강은 물고기와 해산물을 μ œκ³΅ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. μƒŒλ””μ—κ³ μ— μƒˆλ‘œ 온 μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ΄ λ„μ°©ν•˜λ©΄μ„œ λ‹€λ₯Έ μŒμ‹, μš”λ¦¬ μŠ€νƒ€μΌ 및 쑰리기ꡬ가 지역 μ‚¬νšŒμ— μ†Œκ°œλ˜μ—ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. μ£Όμ² , 주석 μ œν’ˆ, μƒˆλ‘œμš΄ ν˜•νƒœμ˜ 그릇과 μœ λ¦¬λŠ” μŒμ‹ μ€€λΉ„, μ„œλΉ™ 및 보관 방식을 λ³€ν™” μ‹œμΌ°μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.




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