Carlsbad Barrio and Museum

Also known as Barrio CARLOS, its original center was located at the corner of Roosevelt and Walnut. Most of the original population of Carlsbad consisted of farm workers, and a lot of them lived in this neighborhood.

The first families to settle in the barrio were the Ramirez and the Trejos, in 1918. By 1924 the Acuņa, Mata, Aguilar, Martinez, Soto, Gastelum, Cantabrana, Villaseņor, Flores and Alcaraz were resident of the area.

In 1943 the Jaureguis bought the grocery store that now is Lola's. Refugio Rochin and Manuel Castorena owned C&R Provisions. Castorena became the City's first fire commissioner, and later one of its Mayors.

Carlsbad Barrio Museum Pictures

Carlsbad Barrio and Cinco de Mayo

Carlsbad Barrio Historical Timeline

Barrio Voices -- Part I

Barrio Voices -- Part II

Historia de Carlsbad - en Espaņol

Influencias Iniciales
Los 1880 y 1890
Los comienzos de 1900
Los Aņos 20
Los Aņos 30
Los Aņos 40
Los Aņos Posteriores a la Guerra