Tracy Court is permanently closed.
Until the 1760s, the region that is presently the city of Tracy was for quite some time populated by the Yokuts ethnic gathering of approximately related groups of Local Americans and their progenitors. They lived on hunting and assembling food sources, game and fish from the region, including its nearby waterways and rivers. In the wake of experiencing the Spanish homesteaders, the Yokuts experienced new irresistible sicknesses, which caused social disturbance, as did the Spanish endeavors to dazzle them for work at missions, explicitly Mission San Jose. Mexican and American pioneers later came into the region, pushing the Yokuts out. The Yokuts public are still around right up 'til now and live in little gatherings with a sum of around 2,600 individuals recognizing under the Yokuts name. Alongside the Yokuts, another dialect gathering of Local Americans found close to the Tracy region are alluded to as the Mono. Today the Mono people groups numbers are around 1,800 individuals.
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