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I live here and pass here daily...

I wrote a review before and i stand by it. HOWEVER...since then Stockton has had more renovations... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2015
Eric S
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Stockton, California, United States
via mobile
A little bit of history

It is nice that Stockton seeks to preserve and honor those Americans who came from the Philippines... read more

Reviewed 10 February 2013
Jeff W
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Stockton, California
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Three buildings remain of what was once the largest thriving Filipino community in the United States. The history of Filipinos in Stockton extended much greater than these three buildings. Little Manila once spanned more than four city blocks, and only these three original buildings, the Iloilo Circle and the Dimasalang House, and the Daguhoy Lodge remain. Since so much of our physical history has been bulldozed, we need places that connect us to our past. To see historical buildings, touch their walls, and share the space in which our foreparents lived, partied, slept, ate, planned, worked, and fought to make a better life is to experience part of them. People travel and visit historic neighborhoods, because it is a much more meaningful experience than to look at old pictures, only to wish the buildings and neighborhood still existed. To preserve our past is to connect with our early story as Filipino Americans. Is is a story of love, sacrifice and hope. It is our story to learn... and share.
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27 Apr 2015
“I live here and pass here daily...”
9 Feb 2013
“A little bit of history”
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Stockton, CA
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Reviewed 27 April 2015 via mobile

I wrote a review before and i stand by it. HOWEVER...since then Stockton has had more renovations and more construction around the downtown area making it...i bit safer and cleaner. while it is literally a street away from the courthouse and Police station it is...More

1  Thank Eric S
Reviewed 10 February 2013

It is nice that Stockton seeks to preserve and honor those Americans who came from the Philippines by preserving this area. Located in downtown Stockton it gives you a sense of what this area was like in more lively times. Dangerous at night.

2  Thank Jeff W
Reviewed 11 October 2012

Do you want to get shot, or buy drugs. Then this is the place for you. Were from the area and we avoid it like the plague. Not much to see except bums and criminal activity. Good luck.

7  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 14 February 2012

It's called Little Manila, but its a shame and sad that its mostly rundown and dumpy. A collection of old or busted buildings from the 70s. there are one or two places to eat but there are far too many homeless people and too many...More

7  Thank Eric S
Reviewed 3 June 2011

Followed the directions and not sure how that area is last of the Philippino history in Stockton. When the cross town freeway was put in they leveled the community replacing it with the complex.

2  Thank rayvn11
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