Somis is an unincorporated community of Ventura County, California
that was established in 1892 by Thomas Bard and D.T. Perkins on a
portion of the Mexican land grant, Rancho Las Posas. The name of this
townsite may have been derived from "water of the scrub oak," a
Chumash placename referring to the presence of water Somis is in the
Las Posas Valley on the south bank of Fox Barranca, just west of
Arroyo Las Posas. Like many of the farms on the adjacent Oxnard
Plain, the crops of corn, wheat and barley grown here were shipped
through the wharf that had been constructed in Hueneme in1871.
Agricultural products were able to be shipped by rail when the line from
Los Angeles to San Francisco was routed through the valley and a stop
was established adjacent to the community. Fulkerson Hardware
featured here still stands in this quaint little town. (Picture and sourced
from Wikipedia)

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