Just 10 miles from downtown San Bernardino, Redlands has a population estimated at 69,999 residents in 2013. Found in San Bernardino County, Redlands was previously a territory of the Morongo and Agua Caliente tribes belonging to the Cahuilla indians. Redlands began to boom after the arrival of the South Pacific Railroad, growing into what it is today.
For almost 75 years, Redlands was known as the largest producer of naval oranges in the world. The citrus industry is what led to the city's prosperity and what its become in present day. However by the end of the 1990s its three citrus packing facilities were closed, allowing other agriculture industried to become more prominent.
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