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Corona City Historical Markers

Map of California State Historical Marker Locations in the City of Corona

Corona City Historical Markers

Corona General Interest
Butterfield Stage Station
Site of Butterfield Stage Station where mail was delivered and horses changed. The first stage carrying overland mail left Tipton, Missouri on Septemb... [click for more]

Carved Rock
The petroglyphs were carved by the Luiseņo Indians, their meaning is said to be: 'A chief died here. These are his plumes, his portrait, his sign, and... [click for more]

Corona Founders Monument
R. B. Taylor, George L. Joy, Samuel Merrill, A. S. Garretson, and Adolph Rimpau, after purchasing lands of La Sierra Rancho and El Temescal grant, fou... [click for more]

Old Temescal Road
This route was used by Luiseņo and Gabrieleno Indians, whose villages were nearby. Leandro Serrano established a home here in 1820. Jackson and Warner... [click for more]

Painted Rock
In tribute to the earliest record of any people in this region, the Santa Fe Railway has preserved this rock with its ancient pictograph, and the Comm... [click for more]

Ruins Of Third Serrano Adobe
Don Leandro Serrano set out orchards and vineyards and cultivated some of the fertile lands of the Temescal Valley. In the 1840s he built his third ad... [click for more]

Serrano Boulder
As early as 1818, Don Leandro Serrano had cattle, sheep, cultivated land, and orchards in Temescal Valley. The boulder placed by residents of Temescal... [click for more]

Serrano Tanning Vats
Nearby, two vats were built in 1819 by the Luiseņo Indians under the direction of Leandro Serrano, first non-Indian settler in what is now Riverside C... [click for more]