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Lemon Grove is a city in San Diego County, California. The population was 25,320 at the 2010 census, up from 24,918 as of the 2000 census.
The community was settled in 1869 by its first known permanent resident, sheep rancher Robert Allison. From the 1860s to 1900 the area was known for sheep and poultry ranching and vegetable crops. In the early 1900s, the community acquired its name when large citrus groves were planted, and lemon and orange growing and shipping became the area's major industry.
The Lemon Grove Incident in 1931 was a boycott of segregated schools by Mexican Americans, resulting in the first court-ordered school desegregation in the United States.
By World War II, most of the citrus groves had disappeared and suburbanization had begun. By 1960, most of the easily developable land was gone. Lemon Grove was incorporated as a general-law city in 1977; however, it continues to receive law enforcement services, via contract, from the San Diego County sheriff's office.
In 1966, two male teenagers ventured into caves near Chihuahua, Mexico, in search of a mummy to keep for their own. After searching for a month exploring caves the teens finally found two mummies, a girl and an infant, which they packed up and smuggled across the border.
Having no idea what to do with their discoveries and not wanting their parents to know, they received permission from a friend to store a box in her garage in Lemon Grove, California. The mummies remained in the Lemon Grove garage for 14 years until the mother discovered the mummies while cleaning out garage. When the mummies were tracked back to the two males, they wanted to donate the mummies to a museum. San Diego Museum of Man officials contacted Mexican authorities and asked for permission to display the mummies as an addition to the permanent collection. Permission was granted, and the mummies were placed on exhibit.
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