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The History of Dogtown
Founded in 1875 as a small mining settlement, Irish, Welsh and German settlers, mainly clay miners, had dogs for protection. The dogs nipped at the heels of the horse of the tradesmen who drove their wagons down what is now Clayton Road to the riverfront. That is where the name first originated.
Later, about 1904, during the time of the Worlds' Fair, a tribe known as the Igorot Indians from the Philippines, came to participate in the fair. One of the delicacies of these people was dog! The Indians used to sneak over here at night and snatch dogs from the yards of the people in this neighborhood and well........
I think you can guess the rest of the story!