Palm Desert

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Palm Desert,

city (1990 pop. 23,252), Riverside co., S Calif., on the Whitewater River. A suburb of Palm Springs, Palm Desert is a rapidly growing resort and retirement community. Local industries include cattle raising, dairying, fruit and grain farming, and the growing of flowers and nursery stock; sand and gravel are processed. A campus of California State Univ., San Bernardino, is there.
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I carry the cross and serve Mass at Sacred Heart Church in Palm Desert, California.
Christopher Cantilena, an ACPE member in Palm Desert, Calif., said in his comments.
Rancho Mirage joins other 'Images of America' visual histories to celebrate the founding and growth of a town located in Southern California between Palm Springs and Palm Desert. It documents the discovery of water in the region's notoriously dry area, how date farms and ranchos developed as a result, and how these early farming communities evolved into desert residential communities with a focus on golfing attractions.