Col. Warren



James Lloyd LaFayette Warren (1805-1896), also known as James L.L.F. Warren and simply Colonel Warren. Warren was born in Massachusetts and sailed to San Francisco in 1849, establishing stores catering to the needs of the miners in Sacramento and the Gold Country. He returned to his passion of farming when the Gold Rush died down and became involved in the development of agriculture organizations and published the California Farmer, beginning with the first issue in January of 1854. Warren has often been called the "Father of California Agriculture".

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